Death Valley Days (1952–1970)
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Love 'Em and Leave 'Em 

Nina pledges to wait for Terry when he leaves to make his fortune. But after not hearing from him Nina marries John. Terry, although friendly with saloon girl Vera, is surprised when a sick... See full summary »

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(as Ruth C. Woodman)
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Vera
Bill Sheldon ...
Terry Burns (as William Sheldon)
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Nina
Garr Nelson ...
John Farrand
Gordon Barnes ...
Buck
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Dusty (as Dick Alexander)
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Old Ranger (as The Old Ranger)
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Nina pledges to wait for Terry when he leaves to make his fortune. But after not hearing from him Nina marries John. Terry, although friendly with saloon girl Vera, is surprised when a sick Nina arrives leading him to make a huge sacrifice. Written by rharlan58

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29 March 1955 (USA)  »

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Skip to My Lou
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[Saloon music]
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When you don't bother to write
27 January 2017 | by See all my reviews

This Death Valley Days Story is more of a romance piece than an action western. It's about finding your true love and one guy's rather conceited opinion of himself.

Bill Sheldon is all set to marry Helene Marshall in San Francisco, but he's still got a wild oat or two to sow. He's going out to Nevada at the turn of the last century to sow them in the gold fields where there has been a new strike.

Of course he doesn't bother to write and Garr Nelson's interested in Marshall as well. They marry when she gets tired of waiting.

This does complicate things. But in the end everyone gets for whom they are intended.

More romance than action here, still a nice story.


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