The Gal Who Took the West

"ROARING STORY OF THE WEST'S WILDEST FEUD...and the GAL who split an empire wide open!"
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A tall tale of feminine western guile is told by a trio of old settlers. It's the story of how a beautiful woman had the need to go West, but can't afford to make the trip on her own. Having some talent for the theater, she disguises herself as a highly-trained vaudeville singer and earns the attention of two brothers. Fortunately, these gentlemen are headed to the western territories and are in need of company. It becomes apparent from then that the West was won not only by true grit and vision, but by the cunning and craftiness of strong women.

| 1949 | 1 hr 24 min | 6.3/10
Yvonne De Carlo, Charles Coburn, Scott Brady, John Russell
Frederick de Cordova
Produced By
Robert Arthur
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