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  • Actors: Robert Mitchum, Anne Jeffreys, Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams, Nancy Gates, Richard Martin
  • Directors: Edward Killy
  • Writers: Norman Houston, Zane Grey
  • Producers: Herman Schlom, Sid Rogell
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Black & White, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • DVD Release Date: September 6, 2005
  • Run Time: 62 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000A6T244
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #117,460 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Nevada" on IMDb

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Editorial Reviews

Robert Mitchum gives a remarkable performance as a hard bitten loner who must confront a gang of vicious outlaws who are terrorizing the countryside. The victim of a cross and double cross, Nevada is found with $7,000 yellowbacks just as his the same amount is robbed from the innocent Ide! Will the vigilantes go free and the townspeople convince a mob to lynch the innocent Nevada or will the cowboy and his bankroll get out of town alive?

Customer Reviews

Robert Mitchum is always a great actor he get the work done.
jimmie myers
As his career started he would turn down offers just because he would have to actually be in the movies too long a time.
Ms v.b.Parry1013
It would not be until 1947 that the Rafferty character appeared alongside cowboy star Tim Holt in Wild Horse Mesa.
Prometheus

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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Luciano Mauro Decusati on July 19, 2006
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This review refers to the DVD "Nevada" from the Zane Grey series. "Nevada" is the first starring role of Robert Mitchum after he was promoted from playing the heavy in Hopalong Cassidy Westerns. He would make another B-western, "West of the Pecos" before he was promoted to "A" features.

Although Nevada looks like a B-Western (it even has Richard Martin in the role of Chito Gonzales Bustamante Rafferty, the role he would play alongside Tim Holt in the popular Tim Holt series, the plot line of "Nevada" has some elements that are not normally found in B-Westerns like those of Roy Rogers, Gene Autry, or Hopalong Cassidy.

Robert Mitchum plays 'Nevada', a cowboy who isn't proud of being a "twenty-dollar-a-month cowboy". He goes to a mining town and resorts to gambling to improve his lot, and that's how he comes by his troubles. He gets framed for a murder he did not commit and while he clears his name he also helps develop the Comstock Lode. Excellent supporting role from Guinn "Big Boy" Williams and Anne Jeffreys.

Three stars.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By F. J. Harvey on December 10, 2007
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This movie was the first in a new Zane Grey series by RKO and,for my money ,rates as the best of the lot thanks in tha main to a charismatic performance by Robert Mitchcum ,billed as Bob Mitchum on the credits of the picture.

He plays Jim Lacey ,dubbed Nevada by "Julie"(played with conviction by Anne Jeffrey ,whose live he saves by reining in a team of runaway horses .Jim heads for the Comstock lode where he hopes to strike it rich .The Lode appears to be worthless but two corrupt businessmen -played by Craig Reynolds and Harry Woods know different.They know that the mineral being uncovered that seems worthless actually bears silver and are buying up claims for a song while concealing the facts from the miners .When it seems a homesteader is about to expose the deception they ambush and kill him ,fixing the blame on Nevada .He narrowly escapes lynching thanks to his two sidekicks (Guinn Big Boy Williams and Richard Martin).He sets out to unmask the real killers ,but still finds time to romance the late homesteaders comely daughter (Nancy Gates)

The movie is well directed especially in the frequent action scenes by Edward Killy and it looks more expensive than it actually was .Its a B Movie given an A movie shine and gloss

Peformances are good especially from Mitchum and Anne Jeffreys as the tough but likeable heroine and this is a painless way for lovers of the Western to pass a pleasant hour or so.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Prometheus on August 26, 2005
Format: DVD
This Robert Mitchum's first feature film. RKO hired Mitch, the original king of cool, for its Cowboy freatures when Tim Holt went into the service. Interesting to Tim Holt fans will be the appearence of Richard Martin in the role that made him almost famous. Richard Martin first played Chito Jose Bustamante Gonzales Rafferty in the World War 2 movie Bombardier. He would go on to play that same character 32 times, mostly in Tim Holt Westerns. This film is his first western, however, under that character's name. He would play it one other film along side Mitchum in the West of the Pecos. The Chito Rafferty character also appeared alongside James Warren in Wanderer of the Wasteland. One wonders how a character that first appeared in a modern war flick ended up being a longtime sidekick in Westerns. It would not be until 1947 that the Rafferty character appeared alongside cowboy star Tim Holt in Wild Horse Mesa. This is not a great film but it is a fun film. It is interesting to see Mitchum in his first feature.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Rain Trueax on June 30, 2013
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It was a disappointment because it didn't follow the Zane Grey story and instead took a repetitive plot from the B westerns of that time. Even Robert Mitchum couldn't save it.
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One could not tell if it was the first movie he made but he was introduced as Bob Mitchum and that never happened again in other movies that I am aware of. Having said that one also could not tell because while lookinfg younger he reacted as he has always done. Yes he can assume to be angry, sinister and loving but Mitchum had a natural talent for acting. As his career started he would turn down offers just because he would have to actually be in the movies too long a time. More than 5 hours & he would decline to take the part & then they would offer him more money. He had a great philosophy on life and he never deviated from it. One wonders then why he did WINDS OF WAR & then WAR & REMEMBRANCE which he gave a lot of hours to these two miniseries. He turned down PATTON because he would have to put in too much of his time. He told them "get George Scott whom I might say refused the Oscar for it. I am sure Mitchum would not have turned his back on an enemy. Through Mitchum's career he received many accolades for his acting ability. He should have received an Oscar for that one as he did such a great job. His speaking voice was very manly & he could also sing but more like calypso music which I do not care for. He had land in California and I believe they bred horses but he would have nothing to do with decisions as he left that up to his wife. He rarely read a script before they were ready to start. He would read the script & was ready to go. He knew all his parts & also all the other parts. He graduated from high school at 14 & was valedictorian. I am getting away from NEVADA but it was a "B" movie & not many known actors but surprisingly his personality was obvious re: doing things only with honesty & integrity, being honorable with others. This is apparent in this movie & one really could not tell it was his first. He could never understand how he would wok only when he wanted to & still get paid such huge amounts. Get ROBERT MITCHUM; IN HIS OWN WORDS.
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