Three Faces West


Three Faces West is a 1940 American drama film directed by Bernard Vorhaus and starring John Wayne, Sigrid Gurie and Charles Coburn.[1]

The film, mainly set in North Dakota was one of a handful of overtly anti-Nazi films produced by Hollywood before American entry into World War II.[2] Isolationists and Nazi sympathizers condemned other Hollywood movies for being pro-British "propaganda" or for "glorifying war", however Three Faces West was deliberately crafted to celebrate the pioneer spirit of America, and the determination of Americans to survive the dust bowl, and contrasted these values with the evils of Nazism, thus preventing isolationists and Nazi sympathizers from being able to criticize the film as they had criticized other anti-Nazi films during this period.[3]

Writing in the Journal of Austrian-American History, Jacqueline Vansant has argued that the film "takes a bold stand on contemporary issues through its Austrian-American romance."[4]

Quelle: Wikipedia(englisch)
weitere Titel:
Les Déracinés
Three Faces West nb ast
La valle dei monsoni
Genre:Liebesfilm, Filmdrama
Herstellungsland:Vereinigte Staaten
IMDB: 692
Verleih:Republic Pictures
Regie:Bernard Vorhaus
Drehbuch:Frederick Hugh Herbert
Musik:Victor Young
Produzent:Sol C. Siegel
Darsteller:John Wayne
Sigrid Gurie
Charles Coburn
Russell Simpson
Charles Waldron
Roland Varno
Sonny Bupp
Spencer Charters
Trevor Bardette
Wade Boteler
Byron Foulger
Frank Brownlee
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