Honoring Richard Widmark
Fans of Richard Widmark (1914-2008), the 1932 Princeton High School graduate who became a Hollywood movie star, have 15 more reasons to go to the Princeton Public Library, check out a Widmark movie, and rediscover this remarkable actor.
Among the 15 Widmark films that I recently bought and donated to the library is “How the West Was Won,” a 1962 star-studded epic that was filmed using the Cinerama wide-screen process.
Widmark plays a hard-driving railroad construction foreman in a segment about the building of the transcontinental railroad after the Civil War.
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