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The western town of Headstone is being besieged by the outlaw Killer Pete and his gang. Arriving on the same stagecoach are the new Sheriff and easterner Belinda Pendergast, known as Bill. The new Sheirff is unable to catch Pete and Pete now sends him and the posse out of town where Indians wait in ambush while he and his men ride into town for a big raid. Bill, however, learns who Pete really is and has the townswomen ready to surprise them when they arrive. Written by
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Penny Singleton (she's Bill) and Glenn Ford (he's Tex) arrive in the western town of Headstone. The town is terrorized by a "Killer Pete" (he wears a black scarf). Resident Ann Miller (she's local bad girl Lola) makes trouble. Will Lola get whatever Lola wants? Will lady Bill find love? And, who is "Killer Pete?"
The film's highlight is a fight, near the end, between Ms. Singleton and Ms. Miller. Note the differing pronunciations of the word "posse" - AND, in a first-class wardrobe malfunction, Singleton accidentally rips open Miller's blouse. Other than that, the film may entertain friends and relatives of those who worked in the production. There are also some country & western musical acts, which could be a treat, if you're a fan.
*** Go West, Young Lady (1941) Frank Strayer ~ Penny Singleton, Glenn Ford, Ann Miller
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