The Big Sky
A frontiersman and Indian trader makes a perilous journey up the Missouri River, in a film directed by Howard Hawks.
The Big Sky (1952)
Kirk’s only film with director Howard Hawks. “Hawks worked at his own leisurely pace. If he was a little unhappy with a scene, he’d think nothing of dismissing the whole company. Nowadays, with the tremendous emphasis on costs, you couldn’t do that, nor is it my concept of how a movie should be made. ” Ragman’s Son, 190 – 1