Bound For Glory

  • 1976
  • Movie
  • PG
  • Biography

A moving, brilliantly photographed picture that portrays the legendary eccentric folksinger Woody Guthrie in a trip across Depression-era America. Carradine is memorable as the penniless Okie who rides a train to California but is stopped at the border because the state is having difficulty providing for those that have arrived already. Carradine sneaks...read more

Bound For Glory - Official Trailer
01:34 — The legend of folksinger Woody Guthrie, as he came to be the working man's spokesman during the Depression. Nominated for Best Picture Oscar!
(Featurette) Haskell Wexler
Cinematographer Haskell Wexler offers insights on shooting trains, and how stunts were performed in Bound for Glory, 1976, starring David Carradine.
(Movie Clip) Fortune Teller
Opening scene from director Hal Ashby, Woody Guthrie (David Carridine) and pals meet an inquisitive businessman (Beeson Carroll), in Pampa, Texas, 193 (more…)
(Movie Clip) Union Maid
Director Hal Ashby recreates Woody Guthrie's spontaneous composition of Union Maid, performed by David Carradine and Ronny Cox, in Bound for Glory, 19 (more…)
(Movie Clip) Oklahoma Hills
Musician and union activist Ozark (Ronny Cox) rescues pal Woody Guthrie (David Carradine) from a California farm labor camp, then introduces him to a (more…)
(Movie Clip) Them Thirty People
Famous shot from Bound For Glory, 1976, Hal Ashby directing David Carradine as folk singer Woody Guthrie, in a California labor camp, the first use of (more…)
(Movie Clip) Union Maid
Director Hal Ashby recreates the on-the-spot composition of the union anthemn Union Maid in a California labor camp, David Carradine as Woody Guthrie, (more…)

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  • Released: 1976
  • Rating: PG
  • Review: A moving, brilliantly photographed picture that portrays the legendary eccentric folksinger Woody Guthrie in a trip across Depression-era America. Carradine is memorable as the penniless Okie who rides a train to California but is stopped at the border bec… (more)

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