How the West Was Won

How the West Was Won

(1962)

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Streaming charts last updated: 5:19:20 AM, 11/30/2023

How the West Was Won is 20241 on the JustWatch Daily Streaming Charts today. The movie has moved down the charts by -750 places since yesterday. In the United States, it is currently more popular than A Gnome Named Gnorm but less popular than Desert Saints.

Synopsis

The epic tale of the development of the American West from the 1830s through the Civil War to the end of the century, as seen through the eyes of one pioneer family.

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Streaming Charts

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Rating

JustWatch Rating 78%
IMDB 7.0 (22k)

Genres

Western, War & Military

Runtime

2h 42min

Age rating

G

Production country

United States

Director

John Ford , Henry Hathaway , George Marshall

Cast

Carroll Baker
Eve Prescott Rawlings
Lee J. Cobb
Marshal Lou Ramsey
Henry Fonda
Jethro Stuart
Carolyn Jones
Julie Rawlings
Karl Malden
Zebulon Prescott
Gregory Peck
Cleve Van Valen
George Peppard
Zeb Rawlings
Robert Preston
Roger Morgan
Debbie Reynolds
Lilith Prescott
James Stewart
Linus Rawlings
Eli Wallach
Charlie Gant
John Wayne
Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman
Richard Widmark
Mike King
Brigid Bazlen
Dora Hawkins
Walter Brennan
Col. Jeb Hawkins
David Brian
Lilith's Attorney
Andy Devine
Cpl. Peterson
Raymond Massey
Abraham Lincoln
Agnes Moorehead
Rebecca Prescott
Harry Morgan
Gen. Ulysses S. Grant
Thelma Ritter
Agatha Clegg
Mickey Shaughnessy
Deputy Stover
Russ Tamblyn
Confederate Deserter
Spencer Tracy
Narrator (voice)
Harry Dean Stanton
Gant Henchman (uncredited)
Lee Van Cleef
River Pirate (uncredited)
Rodolfo Acosta
Gant Gang Member (uncredited)
Clinton Sundberg
Hylan Seabury (uncredited)
Willis Bouchey
Civil War Surgeon (uncredited)
Claude Johnson
Jeremiah Rawlings (uncredited)
Kim Charney
Sam Prescott (uncredited)
Bryan Russell
Zeke Prescott (uncredited)
Stanley Livingston
Prescott Rawlings (uncredited)
Jay C. Flippen
Huggins (uncredited)
Tudor Owen
Parson Alec Harvey (uncredited)
Karl Swenson
Train Conductor (uncredited)
James Griffith
Poker Player with Cleve (uncredited)
Jack Pennick
Cpl. Murphy
Jim Michael
Barfly (uncredited)
Chuck Roberson
Officer (uncredited)
Claude Akins
Man (uncredited)
Mark Allen
Colin Harvey (uncredited)
Don Anderson
Auction Guest (uncredited)
Beulah Archuletta
Arapaho Woman (uncredited)
Robert Banas
Dance Hall Dancer (uncredited)
Willie Bloom
Barfly (uncredited)
Bill Borzage
Barfly (uncredited)
John Breen
Waiter (uncredited)
Charlie Briggs
Flying Arrow Barker (uncredited)
Buddy Bryan
Music Hall Dancer / Wagon Train Traveler (uncredited)
Paul Bryar
Auctioneer's Assistant (uncredited)
Walter Burke
Wagon Poker Player (uncredited)
Polly Burson
Stock Player (uncredited)
Ken Curtis
Cpl. Ben (uncredited)
John Damler
Lawyer (uncredited)
Christopher Dark
Poker Player with Cleve (uncredited)
Kem Dibbs
Blacksmith (uncredited)
Forrest Draper
Bit Role (uncredited)
Craig Duncan
James Marshall (uncredited)
Raoul Freeman
Auction Guest (uncredited)
Sol Gorss
River Pirate (uncredited)
Tom Greenway
Bit Role (uncredited)
Barry Harvey
Angus Harvey (uncredited)
William Henry
Staff Officer (uncredited)
Roy Jenson
Henchman (uncredited)
Walter Kightly
Cavalryman (uncredited)
Jack Lambert
Gant Henchman (uncredited)
John Larch
Grimes (uncredited)
Robert P. Lieb
Bartender (uncredited)
J. Edward McKinley
Auctioneer (uncredited)
Gary Menteer
Music Hall Dancer / Wagon Train Traveler (uncredited)
Harold Miller
Auction Guest (uncredited)
Harry Monty
River Pirate (uncredited)
Bob Morgan
Member of Train Robbery Gang (uncredited)
Boyd 'Red' Morgan
River Pirate (uncredited)
Forbes Murray
Auction Guest (uncredited)
Robert Nash
Lawyer (uncredited)
Cliff Osmond
Bartender (uncredited)
Harvey Parry
Henchman (uncredited)
Gil Perkins
Henchman (uncredited)
Red Perkins
Union Soldier (uncredited)
Murray Pollack
Auction Guest (uncredited)
Paul Power
Auction Guest (uncredited)
Frank Radcliffe
Music Hall Dancer / Wagon Train Traveler (uncredited)
Walter Reed
River Pirate (uncredited)
Victor Romito
Henchman (uncredited)
Jamie Ross
Bruce Harvey (uncredited)
Gene Roth
Riverboat Poker Player (uncredited)
Bing Russell
Man (uncredited)
Danny Sands
Trapeze Man (uncredited)
Joe Sawyer
Riverboat Officer (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre
Auction Guest (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher
Bartender (uncredited)
June Smaney
Saloon Girl (uncredited)
Dub Taylor
Man (uncredited)
Ken Terrell
River Pirate (uncredited)
Jack Tornek
Barfly (uncredited)
William Wellman Jr.
Officer #2 (uncredited)
Harry Wilson
Cattleman at Barricade (uncredited)
Carleton Young
Poker Player with Cleve (uncredited)