• Drama
  • Rated: U,G,PG
  • Director: Jerry Hopper, Jack Okey
  • Writer: Norman S. Hall, John Burress
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The Missouri Traveler is a 1958 American coming-of-age period piece comedy-drama film directed by Jerry Hopper starring Brandon deWilde and Lee Marvin. It is based on the novel of the same name by John Burress. The cinematography was by Technicolor developer Winton C. Hoch with harmonica and banjo score by Jack Marshall of The Munsters fame. The film was distributed by Disney's Buena Vista Corporation. It is the second of only 3 films produced by Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney's C. V. Whitney Pictures; the first being The Searchers in 1956 with John Wayne and directed by John Ford, the last being The Young Land in 1959 with Patrick Wayne and Dennis Hopper. Whitney married Mary Hosford, whom he gave a prominent part in this film, the same year it was released. The following year, in 1959, deWilde's career would graduate to more adult themes in Blue Denim.
  • Drama
  • Rated: U,G,PG
  • Director: Jerry Hopper, Jack Okey
  • Writer: Norman S. Hall, John Burress

  • Brandon De Wilde
    Lee Marvin
    Gary Merrill
    Paul Ford
    Ken Curtis
    Frank Cady
    Mary Field
    Kathleen Freeman
    Will Wright
    Mary Hosford
    Cal Tinney
    Tom Tiner
    Barry Curtis
    Eddie Little Sky
    William Bryant

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  • (1958)

  • Drama
  • Rated: U,G,PG
  • Director: Jerry Hopper, Jack Okey
  • Writer: Norman S. Hall, John Burress

Synopsis

The Missouri Traveler is a 1958 American coming-of-age period piece comedy-drama film directed by Jerry Hopper starring Brandon deWilde and Lee Marvin. It is based on the novel of the same name by John Burress. The cinematography was by Technicolor developer Winton C. Hoch with harmonica and banjo score by Jack Marshall of The Munsters fame. The film was distributed by Disney's Buena Vista Corporation. It is the second of only 3 films produced by Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney's C. V. Whitney Pictures; the first being The Searchers in 1956 with John Wayne and directed by John Ford, the last being The Young Land in 1959 with Patrick Wayne and Dennis Hopper. Whitney married Mary Hosford, whom he gave a prominent part in this film, the same year it was released. The following year, in 1959, deWilde's career would graduate to more adult themes in Blue Denim.

Starring
  • Brandon De Wilde
    Lee Marvin
    Gary Merrill
    Paul Ford
    Ken Curtis
    Frank Cady
    Mary Field
    Kathleen Freeman
    Will Wright
    Mary Hosford
    Cal Tinney
    Tom Tiner
    Barry Curtis
    Eddie Little Sky
    William Bryant