The Oklahoman (1957)


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Despite its obviously low budget (some of the actors wear the same costumes throughout the picture), The Oklahoman is a sturdy, solid vehicle for sturdy, solid Joel McCrea.The star plays frontier doctor John Brighton, who decides to stay in his adopted Oklahoma town after his wife dies in childbirth. Doc Brighton runs afoul of town bosses Cass and Mel Dobie (Brad Dexter, Douglas Dick) when he champions the cause of victimized Indian farmer Charlie Smith (Michael Pate). He also becomes … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Western, Action & Adventure, Classics
Directed By:
Written By: Daniel B. Ullman, Dan Ullman
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On DVD: Feb 24, 1993
Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment


as Dr. John Brighton

as Anne Barnes

as Cass Dobie

as Maria Smith

as Mrs. Waynebrook

as Mel Dobie

as Charlie Smith

as Jim Hawk

as Mrs. Fitzgerald

as Bob Randell

as Jason Stableman

as Little Charlie

as Marshal Bill

as Marshal Bill

as Cowboy/Henchman

as Storekeeper

as Louise Brighton

as Ken the Driver

as Sam the Bartender

as Sam the Bartender

as Messenger at Ranch

as Bushwacker

as Wild Line

as Dobie Henchman

as Dobie Henchman
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A classy western.

Full Review… | April 18, 2003
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