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The epic tale of the development of the American West from the 1830s through the Civil War to the end of the century, as seen through the eyes of one pioneer family.
United States of America
George Marshall, Henry Hathaway, John Ford
Carroll Baker (Eve Prescott Rawlings), Lee J. Cobb (Marshal Lou Ramsey), Henry Fonda (Jethro Stuart), Carolyn Jones (Julie Rawlings), Karl Malden (Zebulon Prescott), Gregory Peck (Cleve Van Valen), George Peppard (Zeb Rawlings) more..., Robert Preston (Roger Morgan), Debbie Reynolds (Lily Prescott), James Stewart (Linus Rawlings), Eli Wallach (Charlie Gant), John Wayne (William Sherman), Richard Widmark (Mike King), Brigid Bazlen (Jeb Hawkins' Daughter), Walter Brennan (Jeb Hawkins), David Brian (Lilith's Attorney), Andy Devine (Peterson), Raymond Massey (Abraham Lincoln), Agnes Moorehead (Rebecca Prescott), Harry Morgan (Ulysses S. Grant), Thelma Ritter (Agatha Clegg), Mickey Shaughnessy (Deputy Stover), Russ Tamblyn (Confederate Deserter), Spencer Tracy (Narrator (voice)), Harry Dean Stanton (Gant Henchman), Lee Van Cleef (River Pirate), Rodolfo Acosta (Gant Gang Member), Clinton Sundberg (Hylan Seabury), Willis Bouchey (Civil War Surgeon (uncredited)), Claude Johnson (Jeremiah Rawlings (uncredited)), Kim Charney (Sam Prescott (uncredited)), Bryan Russell (Zeke Prescott (uncredited)), Stanley Livingston (Prescott Rawlings (uncredited)), Jay C. Flippen (Huggins (uncredited)), Tudor Owen (Alec Harvey (uncredited)), Karl Swenson (Train Conductor (uncredited)), James Griffith (Gambler (uncredited)), Jack Pennick (Cpl. Murphy), Jim Michael (Barfly (uncredited))
Johnny Mercer (Lyricist), Charles Lang (Director of Photography), William H. Daniels (Director of Photography), Henry Grace (Set Decoration), Joseph LaShelle (Director of Photography), Sydney Guilaroff (Hairstylist), Harold F. Kress (Editor) more..., Alfred Newman (Original Music Composer), Alfred Newman (Songs), Milton Krasner (Director of Photography), George W. Davis (Art Direction), Walter Plunkett (Costume Design), Addison Hehr (Art Direction), Franklin Milton (Recording Supervision), John Gay (Screenplay), Ken Darby (Lyricist), William Ferrari (Art Direction), William Tuttle (Makeup Artist), A. Arnold Gillespie (Visual Effects), James R. Webb (Writer), Bernard Smith (Producer), Harold E. Wellman (Second Unit Cinematographer), Robert Emmett Dolan (Music Coordinator), Robert R. Hoag (Visual Effects), Charles K. Hagedon (Color Assistant), Sammy Cahn (Lyricist), Jack Mills (Set Decoration), Dave Guard (Musician), Wingate Smith (Assistant Director), Don Greenwood Jr. (Set Decoration), William McGarry (Assistant Director), George Marshall Jr. (Assistant Director), William Shanks (Assistant Director), Robert Saunders (Assistant Director), Thomas Conroy (Production Supervisor),
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Wagonmaster Roger Morgan tells Lilith he wants to marry her.
Professional gambler Cleve Van Valen offers his services to Lilith Prescott and her fellow traveler Agatha Clegg.
Zeb and his family are at the at Gold City's train station to pick up Lilith. She is not the only one arriving. Charlie Gant whose brother is killed by marshall Zeb, is also arriving in town.
Zeb and his family are about to start a new life at the Arizona farm of Lilith.
Linus Rawlings is saying goodbye to the indians and returns with lots of beaver pelts in his boat.
Linus is deceived by a couple of river pirates.