Jared Zimmerline

Jeremiah Johnson

Ride due west as the sun sets; turn left at the Rocky Mountains . . . With this simple advice, Jeremiah Johnson sets forth on a brutal course toward life anew. Robert Redford is the titular hero recently returned from

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