The Grapes of Wrath

The Grapes of Wrath

Tom Joad returns to his home after a jail sentence to find his family kicked out of their farm due to foreclosure. He catches up with them on his Uncle’s farm, and joins them the next day as they head for California and a new life... Hopefully.



Original Title: The Grapes of Wrath
Year: 1940
Countries: United States of America
Category: Drama
Languages: English
Production Companies: 20th Century Fox
Gender: Drama
IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0032551
Movie Cast:

  • Tom Joad: Henry Fonda
  • Ma Joad: Jane Darwell
  • Casy: John Carradine
  • Grandpa Joad: Charley Grapewin
  • Rosasharn: Dorris Bowdon
  • Pa Joad: Russell Simpson
  • Al Joad: O. Z. Whitehead
  • Muley Graves: John Qualen
  • Connie Rivers: Eddie Quillan
  • Grandma Joad: Zeffie Tilbury
  • Noah: Frank Sully
  • Uncle John: Frank Darien
  • Winfield: Darryl Hickman
  • Ruth Joad: Shirley Mills
  • Thomas: Roger Imhof
  • Caretaker: Grant Mitchell
  • Wilkie: Charles D. Brown
  • Davis: John Arledge
  • Policeman: Ward Bond
  • Bert: Harry Tyler
  • Bill: William Pawley
  • Joe: Charles Tannen
  • Inspection Officer: Selmer Jackson
  • Leader: Charles Middleton
  • Proprietor: Eddy Waller
  • Floyd: Paul Guilfoyle
  • Frank: David Hughes
  • City Man: Cliff Clark
  • Bookkeeper: Joe Sawyer
  • Tim: Frank Faylen
  • Agent: Adrian Morris
  • Muley's Son: Hollis Jewell
  • Spencer: Robert Homans
  • Driver: Irving Bacon
  • Mae: Kitty McHugh
  • Chef (uncredited): Gino Corrado
  • Deputy (uncredited): Pat Flaherty
  • (uncredited) (unconfirmed): Francis Ford
  • Gas Station Attendant (uncredited): Herbert Heywood
  • Muley's Wife (uncredited): Mae Marsh
  • Poor Man Walking with Woman in Transient Camp (uncredited): Dan White
  • Boy Who Bragged of Eating Chicken (uncredited): Wally Albright
  • Arkansas Storekeeper (uncredited): Erville Alderson
  • Hungry Boy (uncredited): Robert J. Anderson
  • Father (uncredited): Arthur Aylesworth
  • Jule - Bouncer at Dance (uncredited): Trevor Bardette
  • Migrant (uncredited): Joe Bordeaux
  • Boy (uncredited): George P. Breakston
  • Migrant (uncredited): Buster Brodie
  • Migrant (uncredited): Delmar Costello
  • Migrant (uncredited): W.H. Davis
  • Migrant (uncredited): Emily Gerdes
  • Migrant (uncredited): Barney Gilmore
  • Migrant (uncredited): Edna Hall
  • Migrant (uncredited): Charles Herzinger
  • Migrant (uncredited): Harry Holden
  • Migrant (uncredited): David Kirkland
  • Migrant (uncredited): Lillian Lawrence
  • Migrant (uncredited): Scotty Mattraw
  • Migrant (uncredited): Frank Newburg
  • Migrant (uncredited): Walter Perry
  • Migrant (uncredited): Rose Plumer
  • Migrant (uncredited): Al Stewart
  • Migrant (uncredited): Charles Thurston
  • Migrant (uncredited): D.H. Turner
  • Migrant (uncredited): John Wallace
  • Migrant (uncredited): Charles West
  • Guard (uncredited): Russ Clark
  • Guard (uncredited): James Flavin
  • Guard (uncredited): Philip Morris
  • Guard (uncredited): Max Wagner
  • Deputy (uncredited): Harry Cording
  • Deputy (uncredited): Ralph Dunn
  • Deputy (uncredited): Bob Reeves
  • Deputy (uncredited): Lee Shumway
  • Deputy (uncredited): Paul Sutton
  • Deputy with shogun (uncredited): William Haade
  • Deputy #1 (uncredited): Frank O'Connor
  • Deputy / Troublemaker (uncredited): Harry Tenbrook
  • Deputy Handcuffing Casy (uncredited): Tom Tyler
  • Motorcycle Cop (uncredited): Thornton Edwards
  • Cop (uncredited): Rex Lease
  • Gas Station Attendant in Bakersfield (uncredited): Ben Hall
  • Man in Camp (uncredited): Louis Mason
  • Gang Leader (uncredited): Walter McGrail
  • New Mexico Border Guard (uncredited): Walter Miller
  • Clerk (uncredited): George O'Hara
  • State Policeman (uncredited): Ted Oliver
  • Woman in Camp (uncredited): Inez Palange
  • Gas Station Attendant #2 in Needles (uncredited): Steve Pendleton
  • Gas Station Attendant #1 in Needles (uncredited): Robert Shaw
  • Camp Helper (uncredited): Jack Pennick
  • Keene Ranch Guard (uncredited): Dick Rich
  • Waitress (uncredited): Gloria Roy
  • Hungry Girl (uncredited): Peggy Ryan
  • Woman (uncredited): Georgia Simmons
  • Fred - Trucker #2 at Diner (uncredited): Harry Strang
  • Woman Who Gets Shot (uncredited): Glen Walters
  • Joe - Shot at Floyd (uncredited): Norman Willis
  • Square-Dance Caller (uncredited): Bill Wolfe
  • Migrant (uncredited): Waclaw Rekwart
  • Migrant: Josephine Allen
  • Migrant: John Binns
  • Migrant: Leon Brace
  • Migrant: Henry Brahe
  • Migrant: Scotty Brown
  • Migrant: Hal Budlong
  • Migrant: Nora Bush
  • Girl in Migrant Camp: Shirley Coates
  • Migrant: Cal Cohen
  • Migrant: Cecil Cook
  • Buck Jackson - Witness at Dance: Jim Corey
  • Migrant: Jane Crowley
  • Migrant: Helen Dean
  • Bookseller: John Dilson
  • Migrant: Lillian Drew

Movie Crew:

  • Director of Photography: Gregg Toland
  • Author: John Steinbeck
  • Director: John Ford
  • Associate Producer: Nunnally Johnson
  • Producer: Darryl F. Zanuck
  • Original Music Composer: Alfred Newman
  • Editor: Robert L. Simpson
  • Art Direction: Richard Day
  • Art Direction: Mark-Lee Kirk
  • Set Decoration: Thomas Little
  • Costume Design: Gwen Wakeling
  • Sound Designer: Roger Heman Sr.
  • Sound Designer: George Leverett
  • Sound Designer: Edmund H. Hansen
  • Sound Effects Editor: Robert Parrish
  • Production Manager: Ralph Dietrich
  • Costume Supervisor: Sam Benson
  • Makeup Department Head: Gustaf Norin
  • Second Unit: Otto Brower
  • Camera Supervisor: Cliff Shirpser
  • Assistant Director: Edward O'Fearna
  • Makeup Artist: Charles Gemora
  • Assistant Director: Wingate Smith
  • Camera Operator: Bert Shipman
  • Gaffer: Vic Jones
  • Gaffer: Bill McLellan
  • Assistant Property Master: William Sittel
  • Unit Production Manager: Bernard McEveety

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    1 Review

  1. Andres Gomez dice:

    Master piece from John Ford picturing the situation in US during the Great Depression and how an Oklahoma family tries to survive looking for jobs to California.

    Everything is perfect: director, performances, script, etc.

    A must to be watched.

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