The Grapes of Wrath

The Joads step right out of the pages of the novel that has shocked millions!

Category: Drama
Tom Joad returns to his home after a jail sentence to find his family kicked out of their farm due to foreclosure. He catches up with them on his Uncle’s farm, and joins them the next day as they head for California and a new life... Hopefully.

Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1940-03-15
Run time: 129 minute / 2:9
Budget: $750,000
Director: John Ford
Writer: Nunnally Johnson
Production Company : 20th Century Fox
Production Country: United States of America


Henry Fonda
as Tom Joad
Jane Darwell
as Ma Joad
John Carradine
as Casy
Charley Grapewin
as Grandpa Joad
Dorris Bowdon
as Rosasharn
Russell Simpson
as Pa Joad
O.Z. Whitehead
as Al Joad
John Qualen
as Muley Graves
Eddie Quillan
as Connie Rivers
Zeffie Tilbury
as Grandma Joad
Frank Sully
as Noah
Frank Darien
as Uncle John
Darryl Hickman
as Winfield
Shirley Mills
as Ruth Joad
Roger Imhof
as Thomas
Grant Mitchell
as Caretaker
Charles D. Brown
as Wilkie
John Arledge
as Davis
Ward Bond
as Policeman
Harry Tyler
as Bert
William Pawley
as Bill
Charles Tannen
as Joe
Selmer Jackson
as Inspection Officer
Charles Middleton
as Leader
Eddy Waller
as Proprietor
Paul Guilfoyle
as Floyd
David Hughes
as Frank
Cliff Clark
as City Man
Joe Sawyer
as Bookkeeper
Frank Faylen
as Tim
Adrian Morris
as Agent
Hollis Jewell
as Muley's Son
Robert Homans
as Spencer
Irving Bacon
as Driver
Kitty McHugh
as Mae
Gino Corrado
as Chef (uncredited)
Pat Flaherty
as Deputy (uncredited)
Francis Ford
as (uncredited) (unconfirmed)
Herbert Heywood
as Gas Station Attendant (uncredited)
Mae Marsh
as Muley's Wife (uncredited)
Dan White
as Poor Man Walking with Woman in Transient Camp (uncredited)
Wally Albright
as Boy Who Bragged of Eating Chicken (uncredited)
Erville Alderson
as Arkansas Storekeeper (uncredited)
Robert J. Anderson
as Hungry Boy (uncredited)
Arthur Aylesworth
as Father (uncredited)
Trevor Bardette
as Jule - Bouncer at Dance (uncredited)
Joe Bordeaux
as Migrant (uncredited)
George P. Breakston
as Boy (uncredited)
Buster Brodie
as Migrant (uncredited)
Delmar Costello
as Migrant (uncredited)
W.H. Davis
as Migrant (uncredited)
Emily Gerdes
as Migrant (uncredited)
Barney Gilmore
as Migrant (uncredited)
Edna Hall
as Migrant (uncredited)
Charles Herzinger
as Migrant (uncredited)
Harry Holden
as Migrant (uncredited)
David Kirkland
as Migrant (uncredited)
Lillian Lawrence
as Migrant (uncredited)
Scotty Mattraw
as Migrant (uncredited)
Frank Newburg
as Migrant (uncredited)
Walter Perry
as Migrant (uncredited)
Rose Plumer
as Migrant (uncredited)
Al Stewart
as Migrant (uncredited)
Charles Thurston
as Migrant (uncredited)
D.H. Turner
as Migrant (uncredited)
John Wallace
as Migrant (uncredited)
Charles West
as Migrant (uncredited)
Russ Clark
as Guard (uncredited)
James Flavin
as Guard (uncredited)
Philip Morris
as Guard (uncredited)
Max Wagner
as Guard (uncredited)
Harry Cording
as Deputy (uncredited)
Ralph Dunn
as Deputy (uncredited)
Bob Reeves
as Deputy (uncredited)
Lee Shumway
as Deputy (uncredited)
Paul Sutton
as Deputy (uncredited)
William Haade
as Deputy with shogun (uncredited)
Frank O'Connor
as Deputy #1 (uncredited)
Harry Tenbrook
as Deputy / Troublemaker (uncredited)
Tom Tyler
as Deputy Handcuffing Casy (uncredited)
Thornton Edwards
as Motorcycle Cop (uncredited)
Rex Lease
as Cop (uncredited)
Ben Hall
as Gas Station Attendant in Bakersfield (uncredited)
Louis Mason
as Man in Camp (uncredited)
Walter McGrail
as Gang Leader (uncredited)
Walter Miller
as New Mexico Border Guard (uncredited)
George O'Hara
as Clerk (uncredited)
Ted Oliver
as State Policeman (uncredited)
Inez Palange
as Woman in Camp (uncredited)
Steve Pendleton
as Gas Station Attendant #2 in Needles (uncredited)
Robert Shaw
as Gas Station Attendant #1 in Needles (uncredited)
Jack Pennick
as Camp Helper (uncredited)
Dick Rich
as Keene Ranch Guard (uncredited)
Gloria Roy
as Waitress (uncredited)
Peggy Ryan
as Hungry Girl (uncredited)
Georgia Simmons
as Woman (uncredited)
Harry Strang
as Fred - Trucker #2 at Diner (uncredited)
Glen Walters
as Woman Who Gets Shot (uncredited)
Norman Willis
as Joe - Shot at Floyd (uncredited)
Bill Wolfe
as Square-Dance Caller (uncredited)
Waclaw Rekwart
as Migrant (uncredited)
Josephine Allen
as Migrant
John Binns
as Migrant
Leon Brace
as Migrant
Henry Brahe
as Migrant
Scotty Brown
as Migrant
Hal Budlong
as Migrant
Nora Bush
as Migrant
Shirley Coates
as Girl in Migrant Camp
Cal Cohen
as Migrant
Cecil Cook
as Migrant
Jim Corey
as Buck Jackson - Witness at Dance
Jane Crowley
as Migrant
Helen Dean
as Migrant
John Dilson
as Bookseller
Lillian Drew
as Migrant
Gregg Toland Director of Photography

John Steinbeck Author

John Ford Director

Nunnally Johnson Screenplay

Nunnally Johnson Associate Producer
Darryl F. Zanuck Producer

Alfred Newman Original Music Composer

Robert L. Simpson Editor

Richard Day Art Direction
Mark-Lee Kirk Art Direction
Thomas Little Set Decoration

Costume & Make-Up
Gwen Wakeling Costume Design

Roger Heman Sr. Sound Designer
George Leverett Sound Designer
Edmund H. Hansen Sound Designer
Robert Parrish Sound Effects Editor

Ralph Dietrich Production Manager

Costume & Make-Up
Sam Benson Costume Supervisor
Gustaf Norin Makeup Department Head

Otto Brower Second Unit

Cliff Shirpser Camera Supervisor

Edward O'Fearna Assistant Director

Costume & Make-Up
Charles Gemora Makeup Artist

Wingate Smith Assistant Director

Bert Shipman Camera Operator

Vic Jones Gaffer
Bill McLellan Gaffer

William Sittel Assistant Property Master

Bernard McEveety Unit Production Manager

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