|Directed by||Ray Nazarro|
|Produced by||Edward Small|
|Written by||Harry Essex|
|Edited by||Grant Whytock|
|Distributed by||United Artists|
|April 1, 1954|
|Country||23x15px United States|
Southwest Passage is a 1954 Pathécolor Western film directed by Ray Nazarro and starring Joanne Dru and John Ireland, who are determined to make a unique trek across the west, using camels as his beasts of burden. The picture was originally released in 3-D.
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- Rod Cameron - Edward Beale
- Joanne Dru - Lilly
- John Ireland - Clint McDonald
- John Dehner - Matt Carroll
- Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams - Tall Tale
- Darryl Hickman - Jeb
- Stuart Randall - Lt. Owens
- Mark Hanna - Hi Jolly
- Douglas Fowley - Toad Ellis
- Morris Ankrum - Doc Stanton
- Navajo Indians from Utah played Apaches in the film. John Ireland and Joanne Dru were husband and wife when this film was made.
- This is one of only two films for which the original 3-D elements are lost, the other being Top Banana (1954).
- The film was originally known as Camel Corps.
- MOVIELAND BRIEFS Los Angeles Times (1923-Current File) [Los Angeles, Calif] 29 June 1953: B6
- Southwest Passage at the Internet Movie Database
- Southwest Passage at AllMovie
- Southwest Passage at the TCM Movie Database
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