From acclaimed director Stanley Kramer (Guess Who's Coming to Dinner, Judgment at Nuremberg) comes a comic drama about the Oklahoma oil boom and those who tried to survive under the harsh conditions of the time. Lena Doyle (Academy Award winner Faye Dunaway, 1976, Best Actress, Network) is a tough feminist who believes she can run an oil derrick on her own. But when a conniving employee for a big oil company (Academy Award winner Jack Palance, 1991, Best Supporting Actor, City Slickers) wants to buy the derrick from her, Lena makes an unlikely alliance with her estranged father (Academy Award winner John Mills, 1970, Best Supporting Actor, Ryan's Daughter) and a hired hand (Academy Award winner George C. Scott, 1970, Best Actor, Patton). Can the three of them take on the big oil company and strike gold? Newly remastered.