1 edition of Wind across the Everglades found in the catalog.
Wind across the Everglades
Written in English
|Other titles||Budd Schulberg"s Wind across the Everglades|
|Statement||Warner Bros. Pictures presents ; written by, Budd Schulberg ; produced by, Stuart Schulberg ; directed by, Nicholas Ray|
|Series||WB Home Entertainment Group archive collection, Archive collection|
|Contributions||Ives, Burl, 1909-1995, actor, Plummer, Christopher, actor, Lee, Gypsy Rose, 1914-1970, actor, Voskovec, Jiří, 1905-1981, actor, Galento, Tony, 1910-1979, actor, Smith, Howard, 1893-1968, actor, Kelly, Emmett, 1898-1979, actor, Henning, Pat, 1911-1973, actor, Eden, Chana, actor, Brun, Joseph, director of photography, Klotz, Georges, editor of moving image work, Zigman, Joseph, editor of moving image work, Thompson, Frank L., 1920-1977, Warner Bros. Pictures (1923-1967), Warner Home Video (Firm)|
|LC Classifications||PN1997 .W56 2015|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 videodisc (93 min.)|
|Number of Pages||93|
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His presentation will be followed by a screening of the full-length “Wind Across the Everglades”. The event is hosted by the Everglades Society for Historic Preservation. It is free and open to the public but reservations are required. For information and to book your places, email [email protected] or call Marya at () Wind Across The Everglades An early example of drama addressing ecological concerns, this rather strange film meditates on arguments between conservation and environmental exploitation, and the.
Press Photo Chana Eden stars in the film "Wind Across the Everglades" This is an original press photo. Chana Eden, an Israeli-born actress, makes her screen debut in the feminine lead of Warner Brothers' "Wind Across the Everglades," filmed entirely in Florida with Burl Ives in the starring role. She plays a Miami turn-of-the-century Rating: % positive. The original book “Across the Everglades” has a lengthy introduction by Schulberg describing his discovery of the glades and its colorful history. His previous script “On the Waterfront” won an Academy Award in “Wind” was released in and reviewed in The New York Times Sept. 12 issue.
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Wind Across the Everglades is a film directed by Nicholas was fired from the film before production was finished, and several scenes were completed by screenwriter Budd Schulberg, who also supervised the Fujiwara wrote on Turner Classic Movies that the film is "an acid test for auteurists, one of those special films that, while ignored or despised for the most part Music by: Paul Sawtell, Bert Shefter.
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With Burl Ives, Christopher Plummer, Chana Eden, Gypsy Rose Lee. An ornithologist battles a family of bird poachers in the Florida Everglades/10().
He also appeared in Wind Across the Everglades, the movie in which he and Burl Ives sing some of Totch's Florida cracker songs. About the Author Loren G. Cited by: 2. User Ratings: wind across the everglades.
kevin sellers Interesting attempt to make a movie with an ecological hero, especially noteworthy since it appeared four years before Rachel Carson's "Silent.
The Warner Archive Collection DVD-R of Wind Across the Everglades is a good encoding of this ‘minor’ release that’s Wind across the Everglades book given a fairly high roost in the works of Nicholas Ray.
The image is bright even if the color values shift at times, even in the middle of a scene. Some of the cutaways to wildlife shots also don’t match well, even though we’re told that they are not stock shots. Plummer, whose works include the classic film "The Sound of Music" to Pixar's upcoming feature "Up", will be on-hand for a screening of his rarely seen film, 's "Wind Across The Everglades." After the film screening, an "Inside the Actors Studio"-style Wind across the Everglades book will take place with Plummer.
Wind Across the Everglades represents the once-in-a-lifetime collaboration between director Nicholas Ray and screenwriter Budd Schulberg, and a strange little picture it is indeed.
In his second film appearance, Christopher Plummer plays bibulous 19th-century Florida game warden Walt Murdock, who declares war on the poachers in his : Warner Archives. Wind Across the Everglades () Wind Across the Everglades () is an acid test for auteurists, one of those special films that, while ignored or despised for the most part, are cherished and fiercely defended by those who love great American directors.
It could be said that there are two kinds of film lovers: those for whom Wind Across the Everglades is a marvelous film by Nicholas Ray. Wind Across the Everglades is a film whose intentand the prospect of seeing a young Christopher Plummer in actionis much better than the end result.
It's a wildly uneven ride that has trouble keeping momentum at times, most likely due to the real-life creative differences near the end of its production.
Wind Across The Everglades captures the wild dangerous beauty of early s Florida. A brief synopsis as I remember it: Christopher Plummer is a young game warden intent on reining in Florida Everglades "Crackers", like Burl Ives' notorious character, "Cottonmouth", who make their living poaching wildlife.
Also known as: Across the Everglades, Lost Man's River (working titles), Inferno Verde (Uruguay), Muerte en los pantanos (Spain) Release Date: September 11th, (New York City premiere) Directed by: Nicholas Ray, Budd Schulberg (uncredited) Written by: Budd Schulberg Music by: Paul Sawtell, Bert Shefter Cast: Burl Ives, Christopher Plummer, Gypsy Rose Lee, Chana Eden.
Wind Across The Everglades. Format: DVD MOD. Very Good: An item that is used but still in very good condition. No damage to the jewel case or item cover, no scuffs, scratches, cracks, or holes.
The cover art and liner notes are Rating: % positive. Movies in the Everglades: K.C. Schulberg remembers when his dad Stuart and uncle Budd were making their celebrated film Wind Across the Everglades (Warner Brothers, ) starring Burl Ives, Gypsy.
Many of the people that worked on WIND ACROSS THE EVERGLADES went wild. It was hard to keep everything under control. WIND ACROSS THE EVERGLADES was one of the first films to cast real Native Americans in actual Native American roles in the Florida area, so the Seminoles have a favorable memory of the shooting of the film.
Wind Across the Everglades (Nicholas Ray, ). by Octo 5 minutes ( words) 35mm Cinémathèque québécoise, Festival of Nouveau Cinema/‘Films for the Planet’ section. (Excerpt) Brown's acting debut was in - Wind Across the Everglades, starring Burl Ives.
His book, films and documentaries that followed, even though years later, were: (book) Totch, A LIfe in. Wind Across the Everglades: hypnotically horrible What Refer Madness is to the war on drugs, the Wind Across the Everglades is to environmentalism. That is, an oafish attempt to persuade the audience that the other side–whether they’re drug users or animal poachers–are amoral savages.
In the film Wind Across the Everglades (), a notorious poacher named Cottonmouth (played by Burl Ives) ties a victim to the trunk of a manchineel tree.
The tree is recorded as the world's most dangerous tree by the Guinness World : Euphorbiaceae. Brown's acting debut was in - Wind Across the Everglades, starring Burl Ives. His book, films and documentaries that followed, even though years later, were: (book) Totch, A LIfe in the Everglades, (films) Best of: The Everglades National Park, The Sage of Chokoloskee (), The Everglades Outlaw: Totch Brown, Yesterday's Everglades (.
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This is the great barrier to Everglade travel ; it pays better to go twentyfive miles around than half a mile through. What makes this grass so formidable and so much to be 5/5(1)."Totch Brown's memoirs of vanished days in the Ten Thousand Islands and the Everglades--the last real frontier in Florida, and even today the greatest roadless wilderness in the United States--are invaluable as well as vivid and entertaining, for Totch is a natural-born story-teller, and his accounts of fishing and gator hunting as well as his life beyond the law as gator poacher and drug Reviews: 1.He also appeared in Wind Across the Everglades, the Budd Schulberg movie in which Totch and Burl Ives sing some of Totch's Florida cracker songs.
Loren G. "Totch" Brown was born in Brand: Loren G Brown.