Tulsa (1949)



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In this film, Susan Hayward stars as an ambitious cattleman's daughter who wishes to wreak vengeance on the encroaching oil interests but who becomes a "black gold" mogul herself. Robert Preston co-stars as a geologist who hopes to rescue his beloved Oklahoma from being utterly devastated by drilling and derricks.

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama, Action & Adventure, Classics
Directed By: ,
Written By: Frank S. Nugent, Curtis Kenyon
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On DVD: Mar 29, 2005



as Cherokee Lansing

as Brad Brady

as Jim Redbird

as Pinky Jimpson

as Nelse Lansing

as "Crude Oil" Johnny B...

as Tooley

as Bruce Tanner

as Charlie Lightfoot

as Winters

as Mr. Kelly

as Taxi Driver

as Candy Williams

as The Osage Indian

as Joker

as Oilman

as Governor

as Judge McKay

as Man with Newspaper

as Oil Worker
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Susan Hayward plays one of her typical tough, ambitious women in this romantic adventure, a chronicle of the emergence of Tulsa as the land of oil.

Full Review… | July 15, 2011

It's at best an average American Dream story, told in a soap opera, cliché-ridden and glossy style.

Full Review… | February 14, 2007
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It seems a bit ironic watching this movie today. We should have heeded Cherokee's ultimte lesson and been more concerned with conservation and less with outrageous profits. A good film overall.

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