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Jeremiah JohnsonThe movie tells the story of jaded veteran of the Mexican War Jeremiah Johnson who seeks solace and refuge in the West. Jeremiah then becomes the unwilling object of a long vendetta by Indians, and proves to be a match for their warriors in one-on-one combat on the early frontier.
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Directors of "Jeremiah Johnson"Sydney PollackBirthdate: 1 July 1934, Lafayette, Indiana, USA
Creators of "Jeremiah Johnson"Vardis FisherBirthdate: 31 March 1895, Annis, Idaho, USARaymond W. Thorp
Critic Reviews of "Jeremiah Johnson"VarietyMay 26, 2008
Director Sydney Pollack has given a skilled, observant mounting as he carefully allows the man to grow in experience and knowhow.Time OutJune 24, 2006
A flawed but immensely appealing film.New York TimesMay 09, 2005
There are momoments of great beauty and terror and deeply earned pathos. There are as well such not-so-incidental pleasures as John Rubinstein's lovely and serviceable musical score, and a cast of excellent supporting actors.Antagony & EcstasyDecember 06, 2016
Shortcomings and all, a fascinating attempt to capture the soul of the Western and splash it out for all the world to see.Film Freak CentralJanuary 06, 2010
Pollack's attempts at myth-making yield the same results as his attempts at most anything else. Jeremiah Johnson is boring, overlong, and pointless.Ozus' World Movie ReviewsJune 03, 2008
Beautifully photographed in the remote mountains of Utah.TV GuideMay 26, 2008
Beautifully photographed in the wilds of Utah, this film unfortunately doesn't know when to stop; it feels consumed by a self-concious desire to be arty, and offers a treatment too cool for its subject matter.Empire MagazineMay 26, 2008
Pollack does right to put his faith in one man and a whole lot of mountains. The result is impressive.EmanuelLevy.ComAugust 10, 2006
Like other films of the 1970s, Pollack's saga combines nostalgia and cynicism in equal measure, thus pleasing both right-wing and left-wing viewers, not to speak the delight of seeing Robert Redford at his most handsome in a cowboy attire.Kansas City KansanOctober 15, 2004
Gritty, gorgeously photographed mountain man tale.Film4May 24, 2003
Pollack and Redford collaborated successfully, their earnestness yielding some handsome, if over indulgent, movies such as this factually based adventure.Filmcritic.comJanuary 01, 2000
A very entertaining film that doesn't flinch about how tough life was for the early settlers.
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