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Cyril J. Mockridge's score was conducted (uncredited) by Miklós Rózsa. This was Mockridge's only picture at MGM, on loan from 20th Century Fox.
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Third and final film in four years to co-star Robert Taylor and Eleanor Parker, who play lovers in all three films.
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According to an article in the 30 March 1953 edition of the New York Times, Janet Leigh was to have the female lead in this film.
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This film was a success at the box office, earning MGM a profit of $533,000 (over $5M in 2019) according to studio records.
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Jeff Richards and Russ Tamblyn would play brothers Benjamin and Gideon in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers.
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Bushrod Gentry mentions going to the Northwest Territories several times. This would place the time of the film somewhere between 1787 and 1803. It encompassed and area that would eventually become the states of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin and part of Minnesota. In the scenes regarding Cadmus getting spectacles, George Washington is spoken of as if he is still alive, so that would narrow the date ranger further to 1787 and 1799.
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