Carson City

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  • Genre(s): Western
  • Release year: 1952
  • Running time: 87 min
Carson City is a 1952 American Western film directed by Andre DeToth and starring Randolph Scott, Lucille Norman, and Raymond Massey. Based on a story by Sloan Nibley, the film is about a railroad construction engineer whose plans to build a railroad... read more
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Carson City is a 1952 American Western film directed by Andre DeToth and starring Randolph Scott, Lucille Norman, and Raymond Massey. Based on a story by Sloan Nibley, the film is about a railroad construction engineer whose plans to build a railroad line between Nevada's Carson City and Virginia City are met with hostility by the locals, who feel the trains will attract outlaws. Filmed on location at Iverson Ranch, Bell Ranch, and Bronson Canyon in Griffith Park, Carson City was Warner Bros.' first film shot in WarnerColor.

Original Release

06/13/1952

US Release

06/13/1952

Cast

Randolph Scott Silent Jeff Kincaid
Lucille Norman Susan Mitchell
Raymond Massey Big Jack Davis
Richard Webb Alan Kincaid
Don Beddoe Zeke Mitchell / Charles Crocker
James Millican Jim Squires
Larry Keating William Sharon
George Cleveland Henry Dodson
William Haade Hardrock Haggerty
Thurston Hall Charles Crocker
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

André De Toth

Writers

Sloan Nibley, Winston Miller

Cast

Randolph Scott Silent Jeff Kincaid
Lucille Norman Susan Mitchell
Raymond Massey Big Jack Davis
Richard Webb Alan Kincaid
Don Beddoe Zeke Mitchell / Charles Crocker
James Millican Jim Squires
Larry Keating William Sharon
George Cleveland Henry Dodson
William Haade Hardrock Haggerty
Thurston Hall Charles Crocker
Vince Barnett Henry
Ida Moore Spinster on Stagecoach
Sarah Edwards Spinster on Stagecoach
Iris Adrian Saloon Girl in Fight
Mickey Simpson Robbie Dolby
Abdullah Abbas Train Passenger
Carl Andre Gang Member
Stanley Andrews Mine Owner on Train
Ray Bennett Guard
Stanley Blystone Mine Owner

Producers

Editors

Robert L. Swanson

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