In 1900, unscrupulous timber baron Jim Fallon plans to take advantage of a new law and make millions off California redwood. Much of the land he hopes to grab has been homesteaded by a Quaker colony, who try to persuade him to spare the giant sequoias...but these are the very trees he wants most. Expert at manipulating others, Fallon finds that other sharks are at his own heels, and forms an unlikely alliance. Written by
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According to Kirk Douglas in his autobiography called Ragman's Son, he accepted to play in this film for free, only in order to cut the matter short with Warner Bros, to break up his contract. So that he could be free again. See more
In the beginning of the film, Jim Fallon appears in the window opening the divided curtain with both hands. Then the curtain on his right-hand side remains open while he holds the other part with his left hand. In the following shot from inside, the part on his right-hand side is closed. See more
You stye on the eye of a flea on a thigh of a nit on the neck of a gnat!
Remake of The Valley of the Giants
It's Tulip Time in Hollywood
Music by Richard A. Whiting
Lyrics by Dave Radford See more