Tycoon

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This John Wayne adventure is set in South America's rugged Andes Mountains. The Duke has been assigned by a powerful U.S. mining magnate to build a railroad to his newest mines. However, the two men lock horns over the route the railroad will take.

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Cast

John Wayne
as Johnny
Judith Anderson
as Miss Braithwaite
James Gleason
as Pop Mathews
Anthony Quinn
as Enrique `Ricky' Vargas
Grant Withers
as Fog Harris
Michael Martin Harvey
as Curly Massinger
Charles Trowbridge
as Senor Tobar
Sam Lufkin
as Laborer
Wayne McCoy
as Laborer
Frank Leyva
as Laborer
Tom Coffey
as Laborer
John Eberts
as Laborer
Sheila Raven
as Laborer's Wife
Diane Stewart
as Laborer's Wife
Clarise Murphy
as Laborer's Wife
Fred Aldrich
as Foreman
James Brick Sullivan
as Foreman with Holden at Fiesta
Rudolph Medina
as Dancer at Fiesta
Al Murphy
as Assistant Doctor
Trevor Bardette
as Julio Ayora - House Guest
Argentina Brunetti
as Señora Ayora - House Guest
Max Wagner
as Undetermined Role (uncredited)
Blanca Vischer
as Young Woman
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Critic Reviews for Tycoon

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This romantic adventure with John Wayne (as engineer for a change), made a year before he became a major star, suffers from Wallace's routine helming and Borden Chase's uneven script.

Mar 24, 2008 | Rating: C+ | Full Review…

Never terrible, but never that good.

Oct 11, 2005 | Rating: C | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Tycoon

Nice action-romantic with John Wayne who plays a different character than usual. For the first part of the film he plays his standard All-American man, but during the second half he turns to a heel. Laraine Day looks fabulous. The plot had a lot going for it, the photography was nice, the direction OK.

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