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Sullivan's Travels


  1. Directed by: Preston Sturges
  2. Produced by: Paul Jones
    Buddy G. DeSylva
    Preston Sturges
  3. Written by: Preston Sturges
  4. Music by: Charles Bradshaw
    Leo Shuken
  5. Cinematography by: John F. Seitz
  6. Editing by: Stuart Gilmore
  7. Release Date: 1941
  8. Running Time: 90
  9. Language: English

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  1. A&F Discussion Thread
  2. IMDb.com
  3. Wikipedia
  4. Netflix

John Sullivan has built a successful career directing comedies, but something about his job is unfulfilling. He wants to document the pain and despair of real people living in the shadow of the Great Depression--not filming another farce. To research his great American tragedy, O Brother, Where Art Thou? (a title the Coen brothers appropriated for another film on this list), he embeds himself among America’s underclass, becoming a homeless man and riding the rails. His misadventures eventually land him on a chain gang where a transcendent encounter with a cartoon shows him the liberating power of laughter. - Tyler J. Petty


  1. Directed by: Preston Sturges
  2. Produced by: Paul Jones
    Buddy G. DeSylva
    Preston Sturges
  3. Written by: Preston Sturges
  4. Music by: Charles Bradshaw
    Leo Shuken
  5. Cinematography by: John F. Seitz
  6. Editing by: Stuart Gilmore
  7. Release Date: 1941
  8. Running Time: 90
  9. Language: English

Clips

  1. A&F Discussion Thread
  2. IMDb.com
  3. Wikipedia
  4. Netflix

John Sullivan has built a successful career directing comedies, but something about his job is unfulfilling. He wants to document the pain and despair of real people living in the shadow of the Great Depression--not filming another farce. To research his great American tragedy, O Brother, Where Art Thou? (a title the Coen brothers appropriated for another film on this list), he embeds himself among America’s underclass, becoming a homeless man and riding the rails. His misadventures eventually land him on a chain gang where a transcendent encounter with a cartoon shows him the liberating power of laughter. - Tyler J. Petty

John Sullivan has built a successful career directing comedies, but something about his job is unfulfilling. He wants to document the pain and despair of real people living in the shadow of the Great Depression--not filming another farce. To research his great American tragedy, O Brother, Where Art Thou? (a title the Coen brothers appropriated for another film on this list), he embeds himself among America’s underclass, becoming a homeless man and riding the rails. His misadventures eventually land him on a chain gang where a transcendent encounter with a cartoon shows him the liberating power of laughter. - Tyler J. Petty


  1. Directed by: Preston Sturges
  2. Produced by: Paul Jones
    Buddy G. DeSylva
    Preston Sturges
  3. Written by: Preston Sturges
  4. Music by: Charles Bradshaw
    Leo Shuken
  5. Cinematography by: John F. Seitz
  6. Editing by: Stuart Gilmore
  7. Release Date: 1941
  8. Running Time: 90
  9. Language: English

Clips

  1. A&F Discussion Thread
  2. IMDb.com
  3. Wikipedia
  4. Netflix
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