G | | Drama, Western
According to Rock Hudson, George Stevens did most of his direction of the actors before filming started, in meetings to help them understand their characters and by involving them in production decisions. One day he took Hudson to the production shop where the massive ... ...
I don't know what it might just be a good idea... to gamble 'long with ol' Madama.
Bick Benedict: How do you mean?
Jett Rink: Jus' gamble 'long. Just... keep what she give me.
Jett Rink: I'm sentimental too, Bick.
Juana Villalobos Benedict, Jordan III's wife, is obviously holding a doll meant to be a real child when she enters the lobby of the Emperador Hotel during the storm. She hands the doll (their child) to Dennis Hopper's character and again the size and rigidness betray that it's actually a doll and not a live child.
There are no cast and crew credits given at the end of the film. Just the words "The End" and a final slide for George Stevens and Warner Bros.
$5,649 (USA) (22 September 1996)
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