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Director  Robert D. Webb
Music director  Hugo Friedhofer
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Language  English
6.2/10 IMDb

Genre  Adventure, Biography, History
Cinematography  Lucien Ballard
Country  United States
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Release date  September 1955 (1955-09)
Writer  Richard L. Breen (screenplay), John C. Higgins (screenplay), Joseph Petracca (additional dialogue), Isabelle Gibson Ziegler (novel)
Cast  Richard Egan (Jose Mendoza), Anthony Quinn (Capt. Gaspar de Portola), Michael Rennie (Father Junipero Serra), Jeffrey Hunter (Matuwir), Rita Moreno (Ula), Eduardo Noriega (Sergeant)
Similar movies  Jeffrey Hunter appears in Seven Cities of Gold and White Feather

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Seven Cities Of Gold is a 1955 historical adventure DeLuxe Color film directed by Robert D. Webb and starring Anthony Quinn, Richard Egan and Michael Rennie, filmed in CinemaScope. It tells the story of the 18th. Century Franciscan priest, Father Junípero Serra and the founding of the first missions in what is now California. The screenplay is based on the 1951 novel The Nine Days of Father Serra by Isabelle Gibson Ziegler. The tag line of the film was “This is the story of the making ...and the forging...of California...when men chose gold or God...the sword or the Cross”.

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Plot summary

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In 1769, the expedition of Captain Gaspar de Portolà (Anthony Quinn) to California is in search of fabled cities of gold. Its religious advisor, peace-loving missionary Father Junipero Serra (Michael Rennie), wishes to establish good relations with the local natives and to build a string of missions, beginning at San Diego Bay. He is unexpectedly aided when Portola's prideful second in command, Lt. Jose Mendoza (Richard Egan), saves the life of Matuwir (Jeffrey Hunter), the son of the local chief. But when a supply ship fails to appear and the expedition prepares to return to Mexico a failure, Mendoza betrays Matuwir's sister Ula (Rita Moreno), whom he has seduced, resulting in her accidental death by a fall from a cliff. Threatened with annihilation by Matuwir's warriors when both Portola and Father Serra refuse to turn him over, Mendoza prevents war by surrendering himself to Matuwir for torture and execution. As the Spaniards begin to leave, the supply ship appears in the bay as if by a miracle.

Cast

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  • Anthony Quinn as Capt. Gaspar de Portola
  • Richard Egan as Jose Mendoza
  • Michael Rennie as Father Junipero Serra
  • Jeffrey Hunter as Matuwir
  • Rita Moreno as Ula
  • Eduardo Noriega as Sergeant
  • Lesley Bradley as Galves
  • John Doucette as Juan Coronel

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