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McCabe & Mrs. Miller adalah sebuah film Barat Revisionis Amerika 1971 yang dibintangi oleh Warren Beatty dan Julie Christie, dan disutradarai oleh Robert Altman. Skenarionya berdasarkan pada novel tahun 1959 McCabe karya Edmund Naughton.[3] Altman menyebutnya sebagai "film anti-barat" karena film tersebut menghiraukan atau mensubversikan sejumlah konvensi Barat.[4] Pada 2010, film tersebut terpilih untuk penyajian dalam Pendaftaran Film Nasional Amerika Serikat oleh Perpustakaan Kongres karena "signifikan secara budaya, sejarah, atau aestetik."

McCabe & Mrs. Miller
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Poster rilis teatrikal karya Richard Amsel
SutradaraRobert Altman
ProduserMitchell Brower
David Foster
PenulisRobert Altman
Brian McKay
BerdasarkanMcCabe
oleh Edmund Naughton
PemeranWarren Beatty
Julie Christie
René Auberjonois
MusikLeonard Cohen
SinematografiVilmos Zsigmond
PenyuntingLou Lombardo
DistributorWarner Bros.
Tanggal rilis
  • 24 Juni 1971 (1971-06-24)
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Durasi
121 menit[1]
NegaraAmerika Serikat
BahasaInggris
Pendapatan kotor$8,200,000[2]

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  1. ^ a b (Inggris) McCabe & Mrs. Miller di TCM Movie Database
  2. ^ "Box Office Information for McCabe & Mrs. Miller". The Numbers. Diakses tanggal 2012-04-14. 
  3. ^ Naughton, Edmund (1959). McCabe. MacMillan. OCLC 1856056.  Many editions of the novel in several languages were published subsequent to the release of the film; see "Search results for ti:McCabe au:Edmund Naughton". WorldCat. 
  4. ^ As cited in Shapiro, Michael J. (2008). "Robert Altman: The West as Countermemory". Dalam Phillips, James. Cinematic Thinking: Philosophical Approaches to the New Cinema. Stanford University Press. hlm. 55. ISBN 9780804758000. He called his film an "'anti-Western' because the film turns a number of Western conventions on their sides" 

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  • Bowen, Chuck (October 17, 2016). "McCabe & Mrs. Miller". Slant Magazine.  Review of the Blu-ray release of the film, and also an essay on the film's originality. Bowen uses metaphors from music and paiting: "scenes are charged with a jazz-like pulse of controlled spontaneity that would become an Altman trademark. ... One returns to painting and music to establish proper contextualizing corollaries, as they tap emotion within us that can't be entirely tethered to experience and perspective. Altman called himself a painter, and the word applies not only to the craftsmanship of his images, but to their bottomless figurative nuance."
  • Danks, Adrian (2000). "Just Some Jesus Looking for a Manger: McCabe & Mrs. Miller". Senses of Cinema.  An extended appreciation of the film in the broader context of film in the late 20th century.
  • Lund, Carson (February 4, 2015). "McCabe & Mrs. Miller – 1961". Altman directs the way Brueghel paints: multi-dimensionally, so that every element of a canvas—or, in the case of a movie, a set—is accounted for and operates independently (carriages rolling about town, donkeys prancing through the snow, drunks discussing nude women, etc.). 
  • Self, Robert T. (2007). Robert Altman’s McCabe & Mrs. Miller: Reframing the American West. University Press of Kansas. ISBN 978-0-7006-1551-3. OCLC 123285045.  A 216-page book on the film by Robert T. Self, an English professor at Northern Illinois University who has also written a biography of Altman.
  • Turner, Michael. "Robert Altman's Vancouver: an Essay by Michael Turner". Diarsipkan dari versi asli tanggal 2007-02-14. 

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