Paint Your Wagon

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Musicals

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Time Out says

Logan's rotund version of Lerner and Loewe's musical Western may lack actors (Presnell excepted) who can actually sing, but that's compensated for by a solid plot involving a farcical discovery of gold, and the growth of a mining town (No Name City) that develops from amoral shantydom to respectability and a holocaust. When the novelty wears off of watching Eastwood (as one of Seberg's two husbands in a variant on a Mormon ménage) singing I Talk to the Trees like a cross between Roy Rogers and Bobby Vee, you'll have a wavering but consistently interesting performance from Marvin, hamming away as the other husband.
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Release details

UK release:

1969

Duration:

165 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Joshua Logan

Cast:

Ray Walston, Harve Presnell, Jean Seberg, Clint Eastwood, Lee Marvin, Tom Ligon

Music:

Frederick Loewe

Production Designer:

John Truscott

Editor:

Robert C Jones

Cinematography:

William A Fraker

Screenwriter:

Paddy Chayefsky, Alan Jay Lerner

Producer:

Alan Jay Lerner

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mikrphone

really funny moving roll really good film . Loved it when i was 9 and love it still today that im 50 .

mikrphone

really funny moving roll really good film . Loved it when i was 9 and love it still today that im 50 .