Santa Fe (1951)

Santa Fe


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The creative team of producer Harry Joe Brown and star Randolph Scott turned out some of the best westerns of the 1950s, and Santa Fe is no exception. Set in the years following the Civil War, the film casts Scott as Britt Canfield, one of four ex-Confederate brothers who head West to carve out a new life. While his three siblings (Jerome Courtland, Peter Thompson and John Archer) cast their lot on the wrong side of the law, Britt accepts a job with the Santa Fe Railroad. Inevitably, Britt is … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Western, Drama, Classics
Directed By:
Written By: Kenneth Gamet
In Theaters:
On DVD: Sep 6, 2005
Sony Pictures Entertainment


as Britt Canfield

as Judith Chandler

as Terry Canfield

as Tom Canfield

as Clint Canfield

as Dave Baxter

as Cole Sanders

as Luke Plummer

as Dan Dugan

as Ella Sue

as Moore Legrande

as Swede Swanstrom

as Marshal Bat Masterso...

as Harned

as Chief Longfeather

as Uncle Dick Wootton

as Henchman

as Official in Santa Fe

as Col. Cyrus K. Hollid...

as Missouri Bartender

as Union Veteran

as Corporal Fletcher Mu...

as Missouri Saloon Barf...

as Railroad Worker

as Railroad Worker

as Depot Clerk

as Surveyor

as Official

as Singer

as Railroad Worker

as Railroad Worker

as Railroad Worker

as Gang Member

as Stevenson

as Gang Member

as Fiddle Contest Betto...

as Wagon Driver

as Fiddle Contest Betto...
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Rousing but charmless western is set soon after the Civil War.

Full Review… | March 21, 2005
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