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Kitty's Rebellion 

A family friend of Kitty's visits from New Orleans and is shocked to find her a saloonkeeper. Still, the young man is determined to defend the lady's honor, a stance that could get him killed in rowdy Dodge.

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Matt Dillon
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Chester
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Doc
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Kitty
Barry McGuire ...
Billy
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Tal
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Weeb
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Jim Buck
Tom Greenway ...
Joe Hines
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Howie
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A family friend of Kitty's visits from New Orleans and is shocked to find her a saloonkeeper. Still, the young man is determined to defend the lady's honor, a stance that could get him killed in rowdy Dodge.

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7 February 1959 (USA)  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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A Woman's Reputation
17 June 2012 | by See all my reviews

A young Southern gentleman (McGuire) comes to Dodge to visit his sister's old friend, Kitty. Trouble is he's got a hair-trigger sense of honor that's bound to get him in trouble with the roughnecks of Dodge. But how long can Kitty and Matt keep his run-ins from escalating into gunplay.

McGuire is excellent as the headstrong young dude, while Blake gets to show her acting chops in a featured role. Catch Kitty's spat with Matt over why men are the way they are. Blake can certainly be commanding when she needs to, making a good foil to the authoritative Arness. All in all, it's a slightly different kind of story with a poignant outcome considering what Kitty gives up.


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