Dodge City

Dodge City

Errol Flynn
Director: Michael Curtiz Cast: Errol Flynn
Errol Flynn
, Olivia de Havilland
Olivia de Havilland
, Ann Sheridan
Ann Sheridan
Michael Curtiz


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This landmark western -- which, along with Stagecoach, has often been credited with revitalizing what had become a stagnant genre -- stars Errol Flynn as Wade Hatton, a cattle man who arrives in the frontier community of Dodge City, which is overrun by footloose cowboys and outlaws. When Hatton helps Dodge City lawmen capture a gang of cattle rustlers led by Jeff Surrett (Bruce Cabot), he's asked to help guide a wagon train into town with his friends Rusty Hart (Alan Hale, Sr.) and Tex Baird (Guinn Williams). En route, an impulsive young cowpoke named Lee Irving (William Lundigan) needlessly fires off his pistol, sparking a cattle stampede that leads to his death. When Hatton and his men arrive in Dodge, they discover Surrett is once again at large, and his gang has taken over the city. Appointed the city's new sheriff, Hatton is determined to clean up the town and put the outlaws out of business. In his rare moments off duty, Hatton tries to win the affections of Abbie Irving (Olivia de Havilland), but she believes that Hatton is responsible for the death of her brother Lee; Hatton's habit of flirting with dance hall girl Ruby Gilman (Ann Sheridan) does nothing to improve her opinion of him. A solid box office hit, Dodge City was the first of a series of westerns for swashbuckling star Flynn; his next oater, Virginia City, followed in 1940.

Product Details

Release Date: 06/09/2015
UPC: 0883929447503
Original Release: 1939
Source: Turner Classic Movie
Time: 1:44:00
Sales rank: 17,096

Special Features

Leonard Maltin hosts Warner Night at the Movies with The Oklahoma Kid Theatrical Trailer; Vintage Newsreel; Academy Award Winning Short Sons of Liberty and Dangerous Dan McFoo cartoon; Dodge City: Go West, Errol Flynn featurette; Theatrical trailer

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Errol Flynn Wade Hatton
Olivia de Havilland Abbie Irving
Ann Sheridan Ruby Gilman
Bruce Cabot Jeff Surrett
Frank McHugh Joe Clemens
Alan Hale Rusty Hart
John Litel Matt Cole
Henry Travers Dr. Irving
Henry O'Neill Col. Dodge
Victor Jory Yancey
William Lundigan Lee Irving
Bobs Watson Harry Cole
Gloria Holden Mrs. Cole
Douglas Fowley Munger
Georgia Caine Mrs. Irving
Charles Halton Surrett's lawyer
Ward Bond Bud Taylor
Russell Simpson Orth
Monte Blue Barlow, the Indian Agent
Clem Bevans Charlie, the Barber
James Burke Cattle Auctioneer
Nat Carr Crocker
Spencer Charters Clergyman
Chester Clute Coggins
Joseph Crehan Hammond
Fred Graham Al
George Guhl Jason, the Marshal
Thurston Hall Twitchell
Robert E. Homans Mail Clerk
Milt Kibbee Printer
Vera Lewis Woman
Wilfred Lucas Bartender
William McCormick Man
Pat O'Malley Conductor
Bud Osborne Stagecoach Driver/Waiter
Henry Otho Conductor
Ralph Sanford Brawler
Guinn "Big Boy" Williams Tex Baird
Cora Witherspoon Mrs. McCoy

Technical Credits
Michael Curtiz Director
George J. Amy Editor
Milo Anderson Costumes/Costume Designer
Robert Buckner Screenwriter
Leo F. Forbstein Musical Direction/Supervision
Oliver S. Garretson Sound/Sound Designer
Byron Haskin Special Effects
Robert Lord Producer
Sol Polito Cinematographer
Ray Rennahan Cinematographer
Ted Smith Art Director
Max Steiner Score Composer
Perc Westmore Makeup
Jack Williams Stunts
Rex Wimpy Special Effects

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