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McCabe & Mrs. Miller (2002, original release: 1971)
(DVD)

Call Number DVD/WESTERN/MCCABE

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MoviesDVD/WESTERN/MCCABEDue 07-16-14
Published: Burbank, Calif. : Warner Home Video, [2002]
Edition:  Widescreen letterboxed version
Description:  1 videodisc (121 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in
ISBN/ISSN: 0790765225,
Language:  English


Based on the novel "McCabe" by Edmund Naughton

Originally produced as a motion picture in 1971

Warren Beatty (McCabe), Julie Christie (Constance Miller), René Auberjonois (Sheehan), William Devane (The Lawyer), John Schuck (Smalley), Corey Fischer (Mr. Elliot), Bert Remsen (Bart Coyle), Shelley Duvall (Ida Coyle), Keith Carradine (Cowboy), Michael Murphy (Sears), Tom Hill (Archer), Hugh Millais (Butler), Manfred Schulz (Kid), Jace Van Der Veen (Breed), Linda Sorenson (Blanche), Janet Wright (Eunice), Jack Riley (Riley Quinn), Graeme Campbell (Bill Cobbs), Don Francks (Buffalo)

Charismatic but dumb John McCabe arrives in a turn-of-the-century Pacific Northwest town to set up a whorehouse/tavern. Shrewd Mrs. Miller, a professional madam, arrives soon after construction begins. She offers to help McCabe run his business and the whorehouse thrives. McCabe and Mrs. Miller draw closer, despite their conflicting intelligences and philosophies. Soon, however, the mining deposits in the town attract the attention of a major corporation, which wants to buy out McCabe along with the rest. His decision has major repercussions for him, Mrs. Miller, and the town

Rated R

DVD, Dolby mono

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