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Thunder Bay is a 1953 American adventure film directed by Anthony Mann and starring James Stewart in their second non-western collaboration. Following World War II, ex-Navy engineer Steve Martin (James Stewart) and his friend Johnny Gambi (Dan Duryea) come to Louisiana with dreams of wealth. They build an offshore oil drilling platform with the help of a large company, and find themselves in a lucrative business. However, local shrimp fishermen are hostile, feeling their livelihood is at risk. A further complication is the budding romance between Steve and the daughter of one of the shrimpers. James Stewart as Steve Martin Joanne Dru as Stella Rigaud Gilbert Roland as Teche Bossier Dan Duryea as Johnny Gambi Jay C. Flippen as Kermit MacDonald Harry Morgan as MacDonald's assistant Marcia Henderson as Francesca Rigaud
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