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In Old California (1942 film)

This article is about the 1942 John Wayne film. For the 1910 silent film, see In Old California (1910 film).
In Old California
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Directed by William C. McGann
Produced by Robert North (associate producer)
Written by J. Robert Bren (story)
Gladys Atwater (story)
Gertrude Purcell (screenplay)
Frances Hyland (screenplay)
Starring John Wayne
Music by David Buttolph
Cinematography Jack A. Marta
Editing by Howard O'Neill
Release date(s) 1942
Running time 88 minutes
Country United States
Language English

In Old California is a 1942 film starring John Wayne as a Boston pharmacist who relocates to Sacramento during the Gold Rush. The movie was directed by William C. McGann.


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  • Internet Movie Database
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