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The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing is the true story of Evelyn Nesbit Shaw, a beautiful showgirl caught in a love triangle with elderly architect Stanford White and eccentric young millionaire Harry K. Thaw.
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Peter R. Hunt
The extremely low holsters worn by the three boys are so unauthentic to the period as to be downright silly. See more »
[The Spikes Gang was forced to shoot an old outlaw]
He was nearly as old as my grandfather. He had a safety pin holding up his pants.
Son, where there ain't foolishness in life, there's misery. But we got to hold ourselves together somehow, or we would always be crying.
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Imagine, a movie that gives a lesson right from the bible, 'Those that live by the sword shall die by the sword'. It was amazing that none of the 3 boys ever said to one another, 'we were better off with our parents'. After doing some of the dumbest things imaginable for young boys and doing it badly you would think
they were smart enough to realize they weren't cut out for being out on their own. Anyhow, the movie was well done, gave you a real feel for what it must
have been like living in the 'Old West'. Plus how hard it must have been to be accepted by a community that knew every detail of every citizen that lived in the area. Maybe the reason for such a poor showing at the box office was the title. Lee Marvin plays himself and does it superbly.
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