Tulsa (1949) Rated NR

When a rancher dies during a feud with an oil company, his daughter decides to take over the business. Starring Susan Hayward, Robert Preston, and Pedro Armendariz.

This film takes on the oil industry. We have big oil companies who are polluting the land. We also have a daughter who wants to take on the oil company due to her father’s death, and she wants to learn to dig in an environmentally safe way. The film has great special effects and technicolor, and Hayward’s acting is superb. The film isn’t the best – it doesn’t have depth to the story. It’s slow moving and it has a pat dry ending. This film is not worth a watch.

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