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Johnny Guitar 1954

From Amazon: "I've never seen a woman who was more like a man," a character observes of Vienna (Joan Crawford), who has just opened a saloon that hasn't exactly endeared itself to the local townspeople. Emma (Mercedes McCambridge), the local sexually repressed, lynch-happy harpy, is particularly displeased. Vienna is wooed both by the Dancin' Kid (Scott Brady) and by Johnny Guitar (Sterling Hayden), a peripatetic tough guy-turned-troubadour with whom she has a past. When the Kid's gang (which includes Ernest Borgnine) decides to knock over the bank before heading to California, Emma wants just about everyone in sight on the business end of a rope....

Directed By:
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Written By:
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Joan CrawfordJoan Crawford
Ernest BorgnineErnest Borgnine
No image existsSterling Hayden
No image existsMercedes McCambridge
No image existsScott Brady
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John CarradineJohn Carradine
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Johnny Guitar Movie Review by Derringer (12/1/2008)

Released in 1954 and filmed in glorious Technicolor, JOHNNY GUITAR has got to be one of the most unique Westerns that this Cowboy-Junkie has ever seen.

What makes JOHNNY GUITAR stand out, as a truly 'unique' Western, is that Director NICHOLAS RAY has intentionally reversed the gender roles here. In JOHNNY GUITAR it's,...

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