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At a time when most studios had adapted more cost effective means for shooting movies in color, Foxfire represented the end of an era for the three-strip Technicolor process, as it was the last movie to be both shot and released in that format in Hollywood history. Long unavailable on home video, Kino has resurrected this rarity through its Studio Classics line through their licensing deal with Universal.



Foxfire (1955)



Released: 23 Aug 1955
Rated: APPROVED
Runtime: 92 min




Director: Joseph Pevney
Genre: Drama, Romance, Western



Cast: Jane Russell, Jeff Chandler, Dan Duryea, Mara Corday
Writer(s): Anya Seton (story), Ketti Frings (screenplay)



Plot: In Arizona, during the 1950s, privileged white girl Amanda Lawrence marries half-Apache mining engineer Jonathan Dartland who dreams of finding gold in an old...

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