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McCabe & Mrs. Miller

McCabe & Mrs. Miller(1971)

Also Known As: John McCabe | McCabe | The Presbyterian Church Wager |

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Brief Synopsis

A gambler and a prostitute become business partners in a remote Old West mining town.

Cast & Crew

Robert Altman Director
Warren Beatty John McCabe
Julie Christie Constance Miller
Rene Auberjonois [Patrick] Sheehan
William Devane The Lawyer
John Schuck Smalley
Corey Fischer Mr. Elliott
Bert Remsen Bart Coyle
Shelley Duvall Ida Coyle
Michael Murphy [Eugene] Sears
Antony Holland [Ernest] Hollander
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Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  R Premiere Info:  New York opening: 24 Jun 1971
Release Date:  1971 Production Date:  [Panavision]
Robert Altman & David Foster Productions
AFI Library VHS; EB, Netflix*
Color/B&W:  Color (Technicolor) Distributions Co:  Warner Bros., Inc.
Sound:  Mono Production Co:  David Foster Productions, Lion's Head
Duration(mins):  120-121 Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  not available    
Duration(reels):  not available    

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  • Magnificent

    Walter 2016-07-27

    People complain of the sound quality-- get over it! This movie is magnificent even if Warren Beatty didn't appreciate what he and Altman... MORE>

  • Favorite film ever

    jeb 2016-07-27

    I am a movie buff, having seen literally thousands of films. This is the best. MORE>

  • mc cabe/mrs. miller

    kevin sellers 2016-04-10

    Robert Altman's too long, visually powerful, narratively weak look at sin, death, and capitalism in the old west was done much better in the TV series... MORE>