Tiger Lil leaves her dance hall days behind her by altering her dress and demeanor. Frank Johnson starts looking for her to profess his love, not believing she could change that much.

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Frank Johnson / Himself - Host
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Tiger Lil / Miss Millett
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Boston business man Frank Johnson (Robert Taylor) worried that his new fiancee Tiger Lil (Mariette Hartley) won't be able to give up being the center of attention that she draws as a one of the West's Pemiere Dance Hall girls, leaves her behind only to spend the next 7 years trying to find his lost love. Written by Dale Russell

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19 November 1968 (USA)  »

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Tiger Lil
30 November 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I have been looking for the title of this episode of "Death Valley Days" for years. I remember watching it and thinking that Mariette Hartley was the most beautiful woman I had ever seen. I always thought the title was Diamond Lil. Imagine my surprise when I finally found it on IMDb. Now I need to fine out where I can see it. Is there any outlet or store or television/cable channel that carries old episodes of "Death Valley Days"? I would really appreciate it if someone could help me out. I think that this series was probably as close to the real stories of the old west as Hollywood could make it. They always cleaned up the cowboys too much and the women could certainly not have afforded the ball gowns that they wore. Just the same I enjoyed the series very much. Thanks, Karen


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