|Directed by||Alfred Santell|
|Produced by||Pandro S. Berman|
|Written by||Maxwell Anderson
|Cinematography||J. Peverell Marley|
|Edited by||William Hamilton|
The film greatly changes the ending of the play, in which the lovers Mio and Miriamne are shot to death by gangsters. In the film, the two are cornered, but Mio deliberately causes a commotion by loudly playing a nearby abandoned hurdy-gurdy and deliberately causing himself and Miriamne to be arrested, thus placing them out of reach from the gangsters.
- Burgess Meredith as Mio Romagna
- Margo as Miriamne Esdras
- Eduardo Ciannelli as Trock Estrella
- Maurice Moscovitch as Esdras
- Paul Guilfoyle as Garth Esdras
- Edward Ellis as Judge Gaunt
- Stanley Ridges as Shadow
- Mischa Auer as A radical
- Willard Robertson as Policeman
- Alec Craig as Oak
- John Carradine as Bartolomeo Romagna
- Myron McCormick as Carr
- Helen Jerome Eddy as Maria Romagna
- Barbara Pepper as A girl
- Fernanda Eliscu as Piny
The film made a loss of $2,000.
- "Winterset: Detail View". American Film Institute. Retrieved April 10, 2014.
- Richard Jewel, 'RKO Film Grosses: 1931-1951', Historical Journal of Film Radio and Television, Vol 14 No 1, 1994 p56
- "The 9th Academy Awards (1937) Nominees and Winners". oscars.org. Archived from the original on July 6, 2011. Retrieved August 7, 2011.
- "NY Times: Winterset". NY Times. Retrieved December 8, 2008.
Media related to Winterset at Wikimedia Commons
- Winterset at the American Film Institute Catalog
- Winterset on IMDb
- Winterset is available for free download at the Internet Archive
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