In a fictionalized biography, Oklahoma outlaw Belle Starr meets the Dalton gang when rescued from lynching by Bob Dalton, who falls for her. So do gang member Mac and wealthy saloon owner Tom Bradfield, who's enlisted in a bankers' scheme to trap the Daltons. Dissension among the gang and Bradfield's ambivalence complicate the plot, as Belle demonstrates her prowess with shootin' irons, horses, and as a surprisingly racy saloon entertainer. Written by
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BEAUTIFUL and NOTORIOUS!...and born to make trouble -- for men!
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Did You Know?
Shot between late October and late November 1948, this film was intended to be issued by Republic. In April 1949, Howard Welsch
, who had produced the movie for his company, Fidelity Pictures, sold the negative to RKO for $875,000, about $225,000 above the picture's cost. Finally, this Western obtained a Manhattan debut at the Palace Theatre on November 7, 1952. See more
[after the Marshal and his deputy were placed in a jail cell by bandits
Some deputy you are, sitting there reading the newspaper. You're under arrest!
[Marshal rips off the deputy's badge
Version of Belle Starr
My Sweetheart's the Man in the Moon
Written by James Thornton
Sung by Jane Russell
and Barbershop Quartet See more