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Frontier Gal (1945)

Approved | | Family, Musical, Western | 21 December 1945 (USA)
A wanderer returns after 6 years and a one-night honeymoon to make amends with his bride and 5 year old daughter.

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(original screenplay), (original screenplay)
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Lorena Dumont
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Jonathan Hart
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Big Ben
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Fuzzy
Andrew Tombes ...
Judge Prescott
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'Blackie' Shoulders
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Abigail
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Sheila Winthop
Jack Overman ...
Buffalo
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Cherokee
Beverly Simmons ...
Mary Ann (as Beverly Sue Simmons)
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Storyline

A wanderer returns after 6 years and a one-night honeymoon to make amends with his bride and 5 year old daughter.

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A Guy who fights like he loves it...and a dame who loves like a desperado! See more »


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21 December 1945 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Die Herberge zum roten Pferd  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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(Technicolor)

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1.37 : 1
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Trivia

Originally meant to be a vehicle for Maria Montez and Jon Hall, but Montez didn't like the script and refused to do the picture. Universal replaced her with Yvonne De Carlo and dropped Hall in favor of Rod Cameron. See more »

Quotes

Jonathan Hart: Hey, what supports this town?
Judge Prescott: Odd jobs...
Jonathan Hart: Such as the occasional stagecoach holdup?
Judge Prescott: So far nothing's been proven...
Jonathan Hart: Why don't you do something about it?
Judge Prescott: I hope to, but I'm the judicial arm, not the executive...
Jonathan Hart: What's the matter with the sheriff?
Judge Prescott: Oh, he's indisposed...
Jonathan Hart: Sick?
Judge Prescott: Socially, the funeral was considered quite a success...
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Soundtracks

Set 'em Up Joe
Lyrics by Jack Brooks
Music by Edgar Fairchild
Sung by Yvonne De Carlo
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Stay away from this one...
8 November 2014 | by (S. Paulo, Brazil) – See all my reviews

Frontier Gal was released in December 1945, just after "Salome Where She Danced" released it the same year, with same main actors Cameron and De Carlo and same director. Both films represent the technical achievement of Hollywood in that year through excellent Technicolor but also with an outrageous screenplay . I always thought a good western had to follow some rules that had to be respected,but here they break them all. It starts like a serious western but then it becomes a musical and also tries to be a comedy. To say it is politically incorrect is an understatement, showing a supposedly funny violent relationship between a a man and a woman. Stay away from this one…


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