Guns of the Timberland
|Guns of the Timberland|
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Robert D. Webb|
|Produced by||Aaron Spelling
|Written by||Louis L'Amour (novel) Screenplay Joseph Petracca|
|Music by||David Buttolph|
|Cinematography||John F. Seitz|
|Distributed by||Warner Brothers|
|Running time||91 minutes|
Logger Jim Hadley (Alan Ladd) and his lumberjack crew are looking for new forest to cut. They locate a prime prospect outside the town of Deep Wells. The residents of Deep Wells led by Laura Riley (Jeanne Crain) are opposed to the felling of the trees, believing that losing them would cause mudslides during the heavy rains. Conflict between the town's residents and the loggers is inevitable.
The film was shot on location in and around Blairsden, California, Graeagle, California, and other locations throughout Plumas County. The scenes involving the steam engine and railroad cars were shot on the Western Pacific Railroad right-of-way. The scene where the steam engine goes over the tall "bridge" was shot using the Clio trestle.
Alana Ladd, Alan Ladd's daughter, is featured as the love interest for Frankie Avalon's character.
In the film Frankie Avalon sings the song "Gee Whiz Whillikins Golly Gee".
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- "Epodunk Quincy Community Profile, Filming location for 1960 movie, Guns of the Timberland". Retrieved 2013-05-10.
- Halliwell, Leslie. Halliwell's Film Guide 2008. ISBN 978-0007260805.
- L'Amour, Louis. The Guns of the Timberland 1955. ISBN 978-0007190812.
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