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The Gal Who Took the West (1949)

Original U.S. Lobby Card
(11" x 14")

$30.00

Card #: TC |

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IMDb ID: tt0041400 | Location: LC55

Story Line

In order to gain passage to the West, a woman poses as an opera singer, and causes a feud between two cousins.

The cast includes: Yvonne De Carlo, Charles Coburn, Scott Brady, John Russell, Myrna Dell, James Millican, Clem Bevans, Robert R. Stephenson, Houseley Stevenson, Robin Short, Russell Simpson, John Litel, James Todd, Edward Earle, Victor Adamson, Philip Ahn, Patricia Alphin, William Bailey, Louise Bates, Chet Brandenburg, Paul Brinegar, Charles Cane, Martin Cichy, Steve Crandall, Steve Darrell, Helen Dickson, William Donnelly, Ross Elliott, Ella Ethridge, Richard Farmer, Al Ferguson, June Fulton, Patrick Griffin, William Haade, Patricia Hall, Harlan Hoagland, David S. Horsley, Jack Ingram, John James, Ray Jones, Charles Jordan, Verna Kornman, Anne P. Kramer, Ethan Laidlaw, Peggy Leon, George Lloyd, Louise Lorimer, Pierce Lyden, Francis McDonald, Fraser McMinn, Roger Moore, Forbes Murray, Howard Negley, Barry Norton, Paul Palmer, Post Park, Jack Perrin, Charles Perry, House Peters Jr., Jon Riffel, Mildred Sellers, Charles Soldani, George Sowards, George Stern, Glenn Strange, Brick Sullivan, William Tannen, Forrest Taylor, Guy Teague, Harry Tenbrook, Jack Tornek, Slim Whitaker, Russ Whiteman, Chalky Williams, Henry Wills, Bill Wolfe

Directed by: Frederick de Cordova

Genres: Action, Comedy, Romance, Western