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Tulsa

1949, Action, 1h 30m

2 Reviews 250+ Ratings

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Stuart Heisler's film is set during the 20s Oklahoma oil boom. Cherokee Lansing, daughter of a rancher killed by the oilmen, is determined to get her revenge by finding oil before they can. Helped by native American Jim Redbird and roustabout Brad Brady she strikes it rich, but her greed sees her and oilman Bruce Tanner become partners.

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  • Jan 27, 2008
    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.
    Sarah P Super Reviewer
  • Sep 10, 2007
    Melodramatic and, at times, downright sappy. Here's a film that is so pro-Tulsa and so pro-oil industry you'd think it was produced by the Oklahoma department of tourism. But, in spite of its over-acting and sugarcoated revision of Oklahoma's history, it still has a certain charm. Susan Hayward's enormous talent keeps this one from sinking into the abyss of obscurity.
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