Title: Jeremiah Johnson
Tag Line: His Mountain. His Peace. His Great Hunts. His Young Bride. With All That, It Should Have Been Different.
An American soldier goes west to escape the Mexican War and becomes a mountain man. He is taken in by an old trapper who teaches him how to survive. After unavoidably violating an Indian burial ground, he loses his new Indian wife and their adopted child to vengeance, and a vendetta between him and the Crows ruins his idyllic life as a fur trapper. Gorgeous scenery and a great role for Will Geer in a thoughtful meditation on the American West.
Please be aware this is a VERY romanticized version of Jeremiah Johnson...it is not history. The historical Johnson, know as 'Crow Killer', was actually quite a nasty piece of work and not the archetypal heroic figure portrayed in this film.
But I love this film and wanted to share it with everyone.
Special Note: This rip also includes a trailer and documentary about the making of the film.
Robert Redford ... Jeremiah Johnson
Will Geer ... Bear Claw Chris Lapp
Delle Bolton ... Swan
Josh Albee ... Caleb
Martínez ... Paints His Shirt Red (as Joaquin Martinez)
McLerie ... Crazy Woman
Stefan Gierasch ... Del Gue
Angarola ... Flathead Chief Two-Tongues Lebeaux
Paul Benedict ... Rev. Lindquist
Charles Tyner ... Robidoux
Jack Colvin ... Lt. Mulvey (3rd Cavalry)
Matt Clark ... Qualen
Video Size: 640x360
Video Bitrate (kb/s): 166
Video Framerate (FPS): 29
Audio Bitrate (kb/s): 128
Movie ~ 1.08 GB
Trailer ~ 28.2 MB
Documentary ~ 102 MB