Rating: 7.5 stars
Seen 1 time
Seen on: 03/23/2013
Tom Joad returns to his home after a jail sentence to find his family kicked out of their farm due to foreclosure. He catches up with them on his Uncle’s farm, and joins them the next day as they head for California and a new life… Hopefully.
Rated G | Length 129 minutes
James Flavin | Joe Sawyer | John Qualen | Ward Bond | Henry Fonda | Jane Darwell | John Carradine | Charley Grapewin | Dorris Bowdon | Russell Simpson | O.Z. Whitehead | Eddie Quillan | Zeffie Tilbury | Mae Marsh | Gino Corrado | Inez Palange | Charles D. Brown | Tom Tyler | Frank Faylen | Charles Middleton | Ted Oliver | Grant Mitchell | Francis Ford | Irving Bacon | Frank Sully | Darryl Hickman | Steve Pendleton | Cliff Clark | Dan White | Robert Homans | Arthur Aylesworth | Dick Rich | Rex Lease | Ben Hall | Charles Herzinger | Harry Cording | Walter Miller | John Arledge | Bill Wolfe | Adrian Morris | Paul Guilfoyle | Harry Tyler | Selmer Jackson | Norman Willis | Trevor Bardette | Roger Imhof | Charles Tannen | Eddy Waller | Frank Darien | Robert J. Anderson | Gloria Roy | Max Wagner | Bob Reeves | William Haade | Frank O'Connor | George P. Breakston | Walter McGrail | Ralph Dunn | Pat Flaherty | Harry Strang | Lillian Lawrence | Paul Sutton | Kitty McHugh | Peggy Ryan | Wally Albright | David Hughes | William Pawley | John Dilson | Scotty Mattraw | Shirley Mills | Hollis Jewell | Erville Alderson | Lee Shumway | Rose Plumer | Harry Tenbrook | Thornton Edwards | Jack Pennick | John Wallace | Herbert Heywood | Philip Morris | Robert Shaw | Joe Bordeaux | Russ Clark | Charles West | Walter Perry | Buster Brodie | David Kirkland | George O'Hara | Jim Corey | Louis Mason | Barney Gilmore | Charles Thurston | Emily Gerdes | Lillian Drew | Al Stewart | Georgia Simmons | Frank Newburg | Harry Holden | Edna Hall | Glen Walters | Scotty Brown | Hal Budlong | Shirley Coates | W.H. Davis | D.H. Turner | John Binns | Delmar Costello | Waclaw Rekwart | Josephine Allen | Leon Brace | Henry Brahe | Nora Bush | Cal Cohen | Cecil Cook | Jane Crowley | Helen Dean
Getting back into some older projects and this film is actually in a couple (IMDb Top 250 and Flickchart Top 1000). Just a long overdue blindspot this one. Henry Fonda is the star here and the biggest reason to view this classic. I like John Ford’s direction but it feels meandering at times between the main story and sub-stories. It’s really like two separate films.