This article is from the Mariah Carey FAQ, by Kade Hansson email@example.com with numerous contributions by others.
This is a musical motion picture released in 1969, first released on video in
1983 by CIC/Arena. It featured the song that Mariah is supposedly named
after, They Call The Wind Mariah. This was perhaps the most popular song from
the movie, bar Wand'rin Star which was sung by Lee Marvin.
The film was directed by Joshua Logan and starred Lee Marvin, Clint Eastwood,
Jean Seberg, Harve Presnell and Ray Walston. It runs for 164 minutes, and is
the "wild west" story of a couple of prospectors who make their way to No
Name City. Rumson (Marvin) meets a travelling Mormon, and buys his wife
(Seberg) at auction for $800. Rumson falls in love with her, but she falls in
love with Pardner (Eastwood).