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Paint Your Wagon ()

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featuring Lee Marvin, Clint Eastwood, Jean Seberg, Ray Walston, Harve Presnell

After a debut on Broadway in 1951, Paramount spent an estimated 17 to 20 million dollars in production costs for this Lerner and Loewe musical. With ... Show synopsis

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  • Paint Your Wagon – DVD (2001)
    directed by Joshua Logan
    featuring Lee Marvin, Clint Eastwood, Jean Seberg, Ray Walston, Harve Presnell

    Paint Your Wagon

    DVD
    2001
    1 disc

    UPC: 097360693348

    After a debut on Broadway in 1951, Paramount spent an estimated 17 to 20 million dollars in production costs for this Lerner and Loewe musical. With Loewe's permission, Lerner wrote five additional tunes for the film with Andre Previn. Ben Rumson (Lee Marvin) is the grizzled prospector trying his luck panning for gold in California. Pardner (Clint Eastwood) is his companion. When Ben buys a woman from a Mormon, Elizabeth (Jean Seberg) expects equal rights for her gender and chooses to live with both men. Ben and Pardner ... Show more

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Overall customer rating: 4.500
mehaul

Chorus Line Pans For Gold

by mehaul on Feb 25, 2010

TITLE: Paint Your Wagon GENRE: Musical Comedy CAST: Lee Marvin, Jean Seberg, Clint Eastwood, Ray Walston PLOT: Anecdotal snippet of a drifter's collision with the California Gold Rush. Based on Lerner and Loewe's Broadway musical. Marvin plays drifter Ben Rumson who discovers gold while burying a fallen farmer by a streambed. A town, No Name City, grows around the find. Along the way there is romance, singing and mayhem. One singing scene has around 100 panners stream bathing in unison. This is Clint's adventure as a singing cowboy. Thank gawd he failed and went to Italy and spaghetti Western History. A great song is "They call the Wind Mariah". But the one that sums up this movie the best is the title song with lyrics of "Where am I going? I don't know. When will I get there? I don't care. All I know is I am on my way". Marvin's croaking of "I Was Born Under A Wandering Star" was a chart topper in the UK. RETURN ON INVESTMENT:7.5 of 10 The music is first rate, the set is the High Sierras, the costumes are authentic but it's hard to imagine all the choreography juxtaposed with a mining operation. (it's so enjoyably long there is an intermission) . DVD BONUS: Come on, it's Eastwood as a singing cowboy.

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LeeAnn

excellent movie

by LeeAnn on Jun 18, 2009

This movie is one of my favs...ever. Listening to Clint eastwood and Lee Marvin sing about gold and "fanciful women" is well worth the time and money. Very funny movie.

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