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A River Runs Through It (1992)

The Story of an American Family.

Genre : Drama, Family

Runtime : 2H 3M

Director : Robert Redford
Writer : Richard Friedenberg

Synopsis

A River Runs Through is a cinematographically stunning true story of Norman Maclean. The story follows Norman and his brother Paul through the experiences of life and growing up, and how their love of fly fishing keeps them together despite varying life circumstances in the untamed west of Montana in the 1920's.

Actors

Craig Sheffer
Craig Sheffer
Norman Maclean
Brad Pitt
Brad Pitt
Paul Maclean
Tom Skerritt
Tom Skerritt
Rev. Maclean
Brenda Blethyn
Brenda Blethyn
Mrs. Maclean
Edie McClurg
Edie McClurg
Mrs. Burns
Stephen Shellen
Stephen Shellen
Neal Burns
Vann Gravage
Vann Gravage
Young Paul
Susan Traylor
Susan Traylor
Rawhide
Nicole Burdette
Nicole Burdette
Mabel
Emily Lloyd
Emily Lloyd
Jessie Burns
William Hootkins
William Hootkins
Murphy
Joseph Gordon-Levitt
Joseph Gordon-Levitt
Young Norman
Michael Cudlitz
Michael Cudlitz
Chub
Rob Cox
Rob Cox
Conroy
Buck Simmonds
Buck Simmonds
Humph
Fred Oakland
Fred Oakland
Mr. Burns
David Creamer
David Creamer
Ken Burns
Madonna Reubens
Madonna Reubens
Aunt Sally
John Reubens
John Reubens
Uncle Jimmy
Arnold Richardson
Arnold Richardson
Old Norman
MacIntyre Dixon
MacIntyre Dixon
Police Sergeant
Al Richardson
Al Richardson
Mr. Murchison
Jess Schwidde
Jess Schwidde
Mr. Sweeney
Chuck Adamson
Chuck Adamson
Harry the Editor
Rex Kendall
Rex Kendall
Reporter
Jack Kroll
Jack Kroll
Reporter
Martina Kreidl
Martina Kreidl
Secretary at Newspaper
Noah Scot Snyder
Noah Scot Snyder
Copy Boy at Newspaper
Margot Kiser
Margot Kiser
Sal
Philip A. Braun
Philip A. Braun
Dealer at Lolo
Tracy Mayfield
Tracy Mayfield
Bouncer at Lolo
Anne Merrem
Anne Merrem
Hooker at Lolo
Chuck Tweed
Chuck Tweed
Drunk in Jail
Prudence Johnson
Prudence Johnson
Pavilion Singer
D. Gorton
D. Gorton
Pavilion Announcer
Lincoln Quesenberry
Lincoln Quesenberry
Drunk in Alley
Hawk Forssell
Hawk Forssell
Bouncer at Speakeasy
Jim Dunkin
Jim Dunkin
Speakeasy Bartender
Jacob Snyder
Jacob Snyder
Piano Player
Kathy Scharler
Kathy Scharler
Waitress at Speakeasy
Don Jeffery
Don Jeffery
Black Jack
Byron Dingman
Byron Dingman
Speakeasy Patron
Cecily Johnson
Cecily Johnson
Speakeasy Patron
Caleb Shiff
Caleb Shiff
Young John
Camille Bonora
Camille Bonora
Helen Kane Impersonator (uncredited)
Daren Eastwold
Daren Eastwold
Montana Saloon Dancer (uncredited)
Lance R. Jones
Lance R. Jones
Party-Goer (uncredited)
Robert Redford
Robert Redford
Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Crews

Robert Redford
Robert Redford
Director
Norman Maclean
Norman Maclean
Author
Richard Friedenberg
Richard Friedenberg
Screenplay
Robert Redford
Robert Redford
Producer
Mark Isham
Mark Isham
Original Music Composer
Philippe Rousselot
Philippe Rousselot
Director of Photography
Robert Estrin
Robert Estrin
Editor
Lynzee Klingman
Lynzee Klingman
Editor
Elisabeth Leustig
Elisabeth Leustig
Casting
Jon Hutman
Jon Hutman
Production Design
Amalia Mato
Amalia Mato
Producer
Jake Eberts
Jake Eberts
Executive Producer
William Kittredge
William Kittredge
Producer
Barbara Maltby
Barbara Maltby
Executive Producer
Patrick Markey
Patrick Markey
Producer
Walter P. Martishius
Walter P. Martishius
Art Direction
Gretchen Rau
Gretchen Rau
Set Decoration
Kathy O'Rear
Kathy O'Rear
Costume Design
Bernie Pollack
Bernie Pollack
Costume Design
Reese Spensley
Reese Spensley
Costume Design
Richard Stutsman
Richard Stutsman
Special Effects
Mark Yuricich
Mark Yuricich
Special Effects
Gary Rydstrom
Gary Rydstrom
Sound Designer
Gary Rydstrom
Gary Rydstrom
Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Tom Johnson
Tom Johnson
Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Tom Myers
Tom Myers
Assistant Sound Designer
Richard Hymns
Richard Hymns
Supervising Sound Editor
Ken Fischer
Ken Fischer
Sound Effects Editor
Clayton Collins
Clayton Collins
Sound Effects Editor
Justin Fonda
Justin Fonda
Additional Grip

Trailers and other movies

A River Runs Through It (1992) Original Trailer [FHD]

Posters and backgrounds

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