Director Ricardo Cortez
Music director Samuel Kaylin
Costume design Herschel McCoy
Country United States
|Release date November 3, 1939 (1939-11-03)|
Writer Dalton Trumbo (screen play), Leonard Hoffman (screen play), Ben Grauman Kohn (screen play), Dalton Trumbo (based on an original story by)
Cast Jean Rogers (Anita Santos), Raymond Walburn (B. Townsend Thayer - The Professor), Marjorie Rambeau (Mamie), Glenn Ford (Joe Riley), Richard Conte (Tony Casselli (as Nicholas Conte)), Eddie Collins (Bill - Counterman)
Similar movies Blackhat, Gran Torino, Gangs of New York, Lara Croft: Tomb Raider, An American Tail, A Most Wanted Man
Heaven with a Barbed Wire Fence is a 1939 drama film written by Dalton Trumbo, directed by Ricardo Cortez, and starring Glenn Ford. Jean Rogers and Ward Bond. The supporting cast features Marjorie Rambeau and Richard Conte.
Joe Riley (Glenn Ford) has worked six long years in New York City to save enough money to buy a piece of land in Arizona. Unable to buy a car (because he spent all his money on the property), he has to travel to his new home by hitchhiking. Riley ends up traveling to Arizona along with a homeless man and a local female immigrant.
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