Union Pacific

"Union Pacific" is coming!

Categories: Drama, Western
One of the last bills signed by President Lincoln authorizes pushing the Union Pacific Railroad across the wilderness to California. But financial opportunist Asa Barrows hopes to profit from obstructing it. Chief troubleshooter Jeff Butler has his hands full fighting Barrows' agent, gambler Sid Campeau; Campeau's partner Dick Allen is Jeff's war buddy and rival suitor for engineer's daughter Molly Monahan. Who will survive the effort to push the railroad through at any cost?
















Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1939-05-05
Run time: 135 minute / 2:15
Director: Cecil B. DeMille
Writers: Jesse Lasky Jr., Walter DeLeon, C. Gardner Sullivan.
Production Company : Paramount
Production Country: United States of America





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Barbara Stanwyck
as Mollie Monahan
Joel McCrea
as Jeff Butler
Akim Tamiroff
as Fiesta
Robert Preston
as Dick Allen
Lynne Overman
as Leach Overmile
Brian Donlevy
as Sid Campeau
Robert Barrat
as Duke Ring
Anthony Quinn
as Cordray
Stanley Ridges
as Gen. Casement
Henry Kolker
as Asa M. Barrows
Francis McDonald
as Gen. Dodge
Willard Robertson
as Oakes Ames
Harold Goodwin
as Calvin
Evelyn Keyes
as Mrs. Calvin
Richard Lane
as Sam Reed
William Haade
as Dusky Clayton
Regis Toomey
as Paddy O'Rourke
J. M. Kerrigan
as Monahan
Fuzzy Knight
as Cookie
Harry Woods
as Al Brett
Lon Chaney Jr.
as Dollarhide
Joseph Crehan
as Ulysses S. Grant
Julia Faye
as Mame
Sheila Darcy
as Rose
Ernie Adams
as Gen. Philip Sheridan (uncredited)
Stanley Andrews
as Dr. Harkness (uncredited)
Richard Alexander
as Card Player (uncredited)
George Anderson
as Railwayman (uncredited)
Sam Ash
as Railwayman (uncredited)
Earl Askam
as Bluett (uncredited)
Harry A. Bailey
as Senator (uncredited)
May Beatty
as Mrs. Hogan (uncredited)
Don Beddoe
as Reporter (uncredited)
Genevieve Bell
as Kate (uncredited)
Monte Blue
as Indian (uncredited)
Ward Bond
as Tracklayer (uncredited)
Dick Botiller
as Indian with Accordion (uncredited)
Ed Brady
as Bartender (uncredited)
Tom Burke
as Laborer (uncredited)
George Burton
as Laborer (uncredited)
A.S. Byron
as Old Irishman (uncredited)
E.H. Calvert
as Major (uncredited)
Steve Carruthers
as Telegrapher (uncredited)
Nora Cecil
as Snoring Woman on Train (uncredited)
Wheaton Chambers
as Businessman (uncredited)
Lane Chandler
as Train Conductor (uncredited)
Jack Chapin
as Fireman (uncredited)
Sonny Chorre
as Indian (uncredited)
Davison Clark
as Doctor (uncredited)
Jack Clifford
as Bartender (uncredited)
David Clyde
as Irishman (uncredited)
Iron Eyes Cody
as Indian (uncredited)
Allen Connor
as Laborer (uncredited)
Hal Craig
as Cassidy (uncredited)
Sidney D'Albrook
as Man (uncredited)
Max Davidson
as Card Player (uncredited)
Alfonso De Cruz
as Draftsman (uncredited)
Victor De Linsky
as Card Player (uncredited)
Richard Denning
as Reporter (uncredited)
Mike Driscoll
as Denny (uncredited)
Tex Driscoll
as Man (uncredited)
Peter Du Rey
as Reporter (uncredited)
Jimmie Dundee
as Laborer (uncredited)
Paul Everton
as Rev. Dr. Todd (uncredited)
Jim Farley
as Laborer-Grader (uncredited)
Martin Faust
as Railwayman (uncredited)
Maude Fealy
as Woman (uncredited)
John Fee
as Man (uncredited)
Eddie Fetherston
as Reporter (uncredited)
James Flavin
as Paddy (uncredited)
Byron Foulger
as Andrew Whipple (uncredited)
J. C. Fowler
as Official (uncredited)
George B. French
as Senator (uncredited)
Will Geer
as Foreman (uncredited)
Kenneth Gibson
as Card Player (uncredited)
Joe Gilbert
as Telegrapher (uncredited)
William Gillis
as (uncredited)
Wesley Giraud
as Boy (uncredited)
Gus Glassmire
as Gov. Stafford (uncredited)
Dick Gordon
as Reporter (uncredited)
Douglas Gordon
as Irishman (uncredited)
Wylie Grant
as Savage (uncredited)
George Guhl
as Irishman (uncredited)
Chuck Hamilton
as Card Player (uncredited)
John Harmon
as One-Armed Reporter (uncredited)
Pat Hartigan
as Irishman (uncredited)
Beth Hartman
as Belle (uncredited)
Edward Hearn
as Sergeant (uncredited)
Oscar "Dutch" Hendrian
as Irishman at Bar (uncredited)
Russell Hicks
as Sergeant (uncredited)
Leon Holmes
as Vendor (uncredited)
Robert Homans
as Man (uncredited)
Mitchell Ingraham
as Official (uncredited)
T.C. Jack
as Irishman (uncredited)
Selmer Jackson
as Jerome (uncredited)
Si Jenks
as Old Prospector (uncredited)
Noble Johnson
as Native American Shooting Piano (uncredited)
Jack W. Johnston
as Man (uncredited)
Edward Keane
as Man (uncredited)
Jane Keckley
as Official's Wife (uncredited)
Jim Kelso
as Railwayman (uncredited)
Jack Kennedy
as Man (uncredited)
Bob Kortman
as Gentleman at Golden Spike Ceremony (uncredited)
Frank Lackteen
as Indian (uncredited)
Ethan Laidlaw
as Irishman (uncredited)
Florence Lake
as Woman (uncredited)
Bobby LaSalle
as Fanny (uncredited)
Alexander Leftwich
as Official (uncredited)
Edward LeSaint
as Fr. Ryan (uncredited)
Elmo Lincoln
as Card Player (uncredited)
Walter Long
as Irishman (uncredited)
Viola Louie
as Lil (uncredited)
Evelyn Luckey
as Lulu (uncredited)
Evelyn Luckey
as Lulu (uncredited)
Hugh MacDonald
as Gambler (uncredited)
Wilbur Mack
as Jake (uncredited)
Mary MacLaren
as Official's Wife (uncredited)
George Magrill
as Surveyor (uncredited)
Tom Mahoney
as Irishman (uncredited)
Mala
as Indian Finding Cigar Store Indian (uncredited)
John Marston
as Durant (uncredited)
Ida May
as Goldie (uncredited)
Charles McAvoy
as Railwayman (uncredited)
Sam McDaniel
as St. Louis Waiter (uncredited)
Charles McMurphy
as Irishman (uncredited)
James McNamara
as Mr. Mills (uncredited)
John Merton
as Laborer (uncredited)
Ray Miller
as Laborer (uncredited)
Frank Mills
as Irishman (uncredited)
Pat Moriarity
as Mike (uncredited)
Adrian Morris
as Railwayman (uncredited)
Horace Murphy
as Irishman (uncredited)
Jack Murphy
as Terry (uncredited)
Louis Natheaux
as Card Player (uncredited)
David Newell
as Reporter (uncredited)
Nestor Paiva
as Canadian Pacific Conductor (uncredited)
Emory Parnell
as Foreman (uncredited)
Doreen Pastor
as Ruby (uncredited)
William Pawley
as Dinty (uncredited)
Edward Peil Sr.
as Laborer (uncredited)
Jack Pennick
as Harmonicist (uncredited)
Albert Petit
as Watercolorist (uncredited)
James Pierce
as Card Player (uncredited)
Russ Powell
as Vendor (uncredited)
John Power
as Irishman (uncredited)
Hal Price
as Surveyor (uncredited)
Frances Rather
as Official's Daughter (uncredited)
George Regas
as Indian Hearing Mollie's Telegraphy (uncredited)
John J. Richardson
as Official (uncredited)
Cyril Ring
as Surveyor (uncredited)
Margaret Roach
as Violet (uncredited)
Richard Robles
as Indian Chief (uncredited)
Buddy Roosevelt
as Fireman (uncredited)
Dick Rush
as Irishman (uncredited)
Joe Sawyer
as Shamus (uncredited)
Francis Sayles
as Railwayman (uncredited)
Syd Saylor
as Barker (uncredited)
Ed Schaefer
as Irishman (uncredited)
Ynez Seabury
as Shrimp (uncredited)
Frank Shannon
as Old Man (uncredited)
Michael Slade
as Irishman (uncredited)
Lew Short
as Laborer (uncredited)
James P. Spencer
as Indian (uncredited)
Edwin Stanley
as Businessman at Financiers' Meeting
Robert R. Stephenson
as Irishman (uncredited)
Bert Stevens
as Man (uncredited)
Charles Stevens
as Indian Shooting Mollie (uncredited)
Mark Strong
as Connors (uncredited)
John M. Sullivan
as Man (uncredited)
Albert Taylor
as Irishman (uncredited)
Nick Thompson
as Indian (uncredited)
Chief Thundercloud
as Indian (uncredited)
David Thursby
as Irishman (uncredited)
Archie Twitchell
as Secretary (uncredited)
Tony Urchel
as Indian (uncredited)
Guy Usher
as Leland Stanford
Morgan Wallace
as Sen. Smith
Calla Waltz
as Maggie (uncredited)
Ruth Warren
as Mrs. Cassidy (uncredited)
Stanhope Wheatcroft
as Secretary (uncredited)
Blackie Whiteford
as Irishman on Dance Floor (uncredited)
Greg Whitespear
as Indian (uncredited)
William Worthington
as Oliver Ames (uncredited)
Frank Yaconelli
as Saloon Gambler (uncredited)
Duke York
as Railwayman (uncredited)
Art
Hans Dreier Art Direction

Sound
Harry Lindgren Sound Recordist
John Cope Sound Recordist

Directing
Cecil B. DeMille Director

Production
Cecil B. DeMille Producer

Crew
Gordon Jennings Special Effects
Edwin Maxwell Dialogue Coach

Writing
Ernest Haycox Story

Sound
Gerard Carbonara Original Music Composer
Victor Young Original Music Composer

Writing
Jesse Lasky Jr. Screenplay

Sound
Sigmund Krumgold Original Music Composer
John Leipold Original Music Composer
Leo Shuken Original Music Composer

Camera
Victor Milner Director of Photography

Directing
Arthur Rosson Second Unit Director

Art
A.E. Freudeman Set Decoration
Roland Anderson Art Direction

Editing
Anne Bauchens Editor

Production
William H. Pine Associate Producer

Writing
Jack Cunningham Adaptation

Production
William LeBaron Executive Producer

Writing
Walter DeLeon Screenplay
C. Gardner Sullivan Screenplay

Costume & Make-Up
Natalie Visart Costume Design

Visual Effects
Farciot Edouart Visual Effects
Dewey Wrigley Visual Effects

Sound
Loren L. Ryder Sound Re-Recording Mixer





















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