Cimarron (1930)

Type Feature Film
MPAA Rating N/A
Runtime 2hr 11mins.
Genres Adaptation, Historical, Western
Keywords 1880s, frontier, husband, journalist, Kansas, lawyer, marriage, newspaper, Oklahoma, rivalry, thief, wife
Status Released
US Release Date
Name Credit Credited as Role Id Sort Order
Lillian Lane Actor Cousin Bella 1 1000026
Henry Roquemore Actor Jouett Goforth 1 1000027
Nell Craig Actor Arminta Greenwood 1 1000028
Tyrone Brereton Actor Dabney Venable 1 1000025
Anna Lee Actor Aunt Cassandra 1 1000024
Douglas Scott Actor "Cim"--Youngest 1 1000021
Reginald Streeter Actor Yancey Junior 1 1000022
Lois Jane Campbell Actor Felice Junior 1 1000023
Robert McKenzie Actor Pat Leary 1 1000029
Wesley Ruggles Director n/a 2 2000001
William Hamilton Editor n/a 172 7000001
Max Ree Art Director n/a 183 9000001
Max Ree Costume Designer n/a 169 13000001
Edward Cronjager Director of Photography n/a 120780 6000001
Edna Ferber Source Material (from novel) ("Cimarron") 120793 4000002
William LeBaron Producer n/a 3 3000001
Howard Estabrook Screenplay n/a 120778 4000001
Junior Johnson Actor "Cim"--Younger 1 1000020
Donald Dillaway Actor "Cim"--Eldest 1 1000019
George E Stone Actor Sol Levy 1 1000007
Robert McWade Actor Louie Heffner 1 1000008
Edna May Oliver Actor Mrs Tracy Wyatt 1 1000009
Roscoe Ates Actor Jess Rickey 1 1000006
William Collier Jr. Actor The Kid 1 1000005
Irene Dunne Actor Sabra Cravat 1 1000002
Estelle Taylor Actor Dixie Lee 1 1000003
Nance O'Neil Actor Felice Venable 1 1000004
Frank Darien Actor Mr Bixby 1 1000010
Eugene Jackson Actor Isaiah 1 1000011
Frank Beal Actor Louis Venable 1 1000016
Nancy Dover Actor Donna Cravat--Eldest 1 1000017
Helen Parrish Actor Donna Cravat--Younger 1 1000018
William Orlamond Actor Grat Gotch 1 1000015
Otto Hoffman Actor Murch Rankin 1 1000014
Dolores Brown Actor Ruby Big Elk--Eldest 1 1000012
Gloria Vonic Actor Ruby Big Elk--Younger 1 1000013
Richard Dix Actor Yancey Cravat 1 1000001
Dramatization of Edna Ferber's acclaimed novel about the Oklahoma land rush of 1888. Among the settlers who staked claims on this land are Yancey Cravat and his young wife Sabra. Over the next forty years, we follow their progress, as a scheming rival steals their land, and Yancey starts up a newspaper. Although he has a moral center - even going so far as defending their rival when she is arrested for prostitution - Yancey also has a wanderlust and leaves Sabra alone for long periods of time.