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Geronimo (1962 film)

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Geronimo
Geronimo FilmPoster.jpeg
Theatrical release poster
Directed byArnold Laven
Written byPat Fielder, Arnold Laven
Produced byArnold Laven
Arthur Gardner
Jules V. Levy
StarringChuck Connors
Adam West
Denver Pyle
Armando Silvestre
CinematographyAlex Phillips
Edited byMarsh Hendry
Music byHugo Friedhofer
Color processTechnicolor
Production
company
Distributed byBedford Pictures Inc.
United Artists
Release date
May 1, 1962
Running time
101 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

Geronimo is a 1962 American Western film made by Levy-Gardner-Laven and released by United Artists, starring Chuck Connors in the title role.[1] The film was directed by Arnold Laven from a screenplay by Pat Fielder, filming took place in Sierra de Órganos National Park in the town of Sombrerete, Mexico.[2]

The following year, Connors married his costar, Kamala Devi.[3]

Summary

The movie loosely follows the events leading up to the final surrender of Geronimo during the Apache-United States conflict in 1886.[3]

Cast

Production

In November 1957 the producing team of Arnold Laven, Arthur Gardner and Jules V. Levy announced they would make a film about Geronimo for their company, Gramercy Pictures, and release through United Artists. They hoped for Linda Darnell to play the female lead.[4]

Following the completion of the film in 1961, the producers signed Connors to a two-picture contract.[5]

See also

References

  1. ^ "film review". Variety. April 25, 1962.
  2. ^ "GERONIMO". Monthly Film Bulletin. 29 (336). London. January 1, 1962. p. 80.
  3. ^ a b Nixon, Rob (2009). "Geronimo". Turner Classic Movies Spotlight. Turner Classic Movies. Retrieved September 25, 2009.
  4. ^ Schallert, Edwin (November 5, 1957). "British Want Howard Keel: Million-Five Deal Heralded for Granger for Six Pictures". Los Angeles Times. p. C9.
  5. ^ "John Ericson Stars on 'Cleopatra' Sets". Los Angeles Times. August 24, 1962. p. D13.

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