- For the practice of walking herd, see Cattle drive.
|Directed by||Kurt Neumann|
|Produced by||Aaron Rosenberg|
|Screenplay by||Lillie Hayward
|Music by||Joseph Gershenson|
|Edited by||Danny B. Landres|
|Distributed by||Universal Pictures|
Cattle Drive is a 1951 Technicolor Western film directed by Kurt Neumann starring Joel McCrea, Dean Stockwell and Chill Wills. Much of the film was shot in the Death Valley National Park, California and Paria, Utah.
Chester Graham Jr. (Dean Stockwell), the spoiled young son of a wealthy railroad owner, manages to get himself lost in the middle of nowhere. He is found by a cowboy (Joel McCrea) on a cattle drive. The lad must start learning the hard lessons of working as part of a team of Cowboys in a Cattle Drive if he wants to make it to Santa Fe.
- Joel McCrea - Dan Matthews
- Dean Stockwell - Chester Graham Jr.
- Chill Wills - Dallas
- Leon Ames - Chester Graham Sr.
- Howard Petrie - Cap
- Bob Steele - Charlie Morgan
- Griff Barnett - Conductor O'Hara
- Lewis Martin - Winston
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