Union Pacific (1939)

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In 1862, Central Pacific and Union Pacific Railroads compete westward across the wilderness toward California.


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  • Joel McCrea and Robert Preston in Union Pacific (1939)

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According to Lucius Beebe's book "Union Pacific" the gold spike was not "driven" in. Since a spike made from gold would be much too soft to drive into a railroad tie the spike was "driven" into a hole drilled in a specially prepared tie. This was done both in ... ...


Jeff Butler: It's you I'll always want. Some of your sweetness got into my blood. I guess it's there for life.
Mollie Monahan: And my heart will be answering you... as long as ever it beats.


Position of Mollie's left arm when Jeff starts to read his letter on the handcar.


Plot Summary


Drama | Western

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