Tulsa / Cascadia Entertainment ; directed by Stuart Heisler ; produced by Walter Wanger ; screenplay by Curtis Kenyon and Frank S. Nugent ; story by Richard Wormser.
- Physical Description: 1 videodisc : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
- Publisher: Canada : Cascadia Entertainment., c
Videodisc release of the 1949 motion picture.
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Music, Frank Skinner ; directory of photography, Winton Hoch ; film editor, Terrell Morse.
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Susan Hayward, Robert Preston, Pedro Armendariz, Chill Wills, Ed Begley.
During the 1920's, the mad rush for oil changed Tulsa from a sleepy plains town to a bustling metropolis. It seemed as if Tulsa became the oil capital of the world virtually overnight, but at what cost? Cherokee Lansing, a beautiful cattleman's daughter, loses her father in a freak oil mining accident. Determined to save her ranch, she attempts to single-handedly challenge a powerful oil mogul, only to become one herself.--Container.
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