The Virginian | Chicago Reader

The Virginian

A certified classic: no less an authority than the late Robert Warshow dubbed it “the first important imaginative breakthrough in sound in the Western” (1929, 91 min.). You might find it a bit leaden, but stick around for the ending. With Gary Cooper (“When you say that, smile”), Walter Huston, and Richard Arlen. Victor Fleming directs.


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