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The Girl of the Golden West ()


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A bandit disguises himself as an officer in an attempt to woo a saloon singer.

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Mary Robbins
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Ramirez / Lieutenant Johnson
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Jack Rance
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'Mosquito'
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'Alabama'
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Pedro
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Nina Martinez
Bob Murphy ...
Sonora Slim
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Trinidad Joe
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Minstrel Joe
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Nick
Brandon Tynan ...
The Professor
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Father Sienna
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Governor
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Uncle Davy
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The General (as Noah Beery Sr.)
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Gringo
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The Girl - Mary
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Wowkle
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Happy Moore (scenesDeleted)
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Hank - Gambler (scenesDeleted)
Carol Tevis ...
Trixie LaVerne (scenesDeleted)
Sergei Arabeloff ...
Jose (uncredited)
Philip Armenta ...
Long Face in Prologue (uncredited)
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Dancer (uncredited)
Silver Tip Baker ...
Barfly (uncredited)
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Deputy Sheriff (uncredited)
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Indian Chief in Prologue (uncredited)
Walter Bonn ...
The Real Lt. Richard Johnson (uncredited)
St. Luke's Episcopal Church Choristers ...
Vocal Ensemble (uncredited)
Father Lani's Chorus ...
Vocal Ensemble (uncredited)
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Manuel (uncredited)
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Wagon Train Member (uncredited)
Joe Dominguez ...
Felipe (uncredited)
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Barfly (uncredited)
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Bartender (uncredited)
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Man in Sheriff's Office (uncredited)
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Miner (uncredited)
Augie Gomez ...
Bandito (uncredited)
Avanelle Harris ...
Dancer (uncredited)
June Harrison ...
Child (uncredited)
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Stagecoach Passenger (uncredited)
Shep Houghton ...
Dancer (uncredited)
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Governor's Wife (uncredited)
Rodolfo Hoyos ...
Soloist in 'Mariachi' Number (uncredited)
Kay Koury ...
Party Guest (uncredited)
Hal Le Sueur ...
Governor's Adjutant (uncredited)
Tom Mahoney ...
Handsome Charlie (uncredited)
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Young Boy (uncredited)
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Townsman in Saloon (uncredited)
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Pete - Gambler (uncredited)
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Townsman in Sheriff's Office (uncredited)
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Townsman (uncredited)
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Juan (uncredited)
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Barfly (uncredited)
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Governor's Aide (uncredited)
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Stagecoach Passenger (uncredited)
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Townsman in Sheriff's Office (uncredited)
Bob Pierce ...
Ramerez Gang Member (uncredited)
Joe Popkin ...
Ramerez Gang Member (uncredited)
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Lem - Stagecoach Driver (uncredited)
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Renegade in Prologue (uncredited)
Ronald R. Rondell ...
Ramerez Gang Member (uncredited)
Carlos Ruffino ...
Soloist in 'Mariachi' Number (uncredited)
Sam Savitsky ...
Barfly (uncredited)
Harry Semels ...
Peon Servant (uncredited)
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Fred - Outrider in Prologue (uncredited)
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Billy Jack Rabbit (uncredited)
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Colonel (uncredited)
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Miner (uncredited)
Armand 'Curly' Wright ...
Renegade in Prologue (uncredited)

Directed by

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Robert Z. Leonard

Written by

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Isabel Dawn ... (screen play) and
Boyce DeGaw ... (screen play)
 
David Belasco ... (based on the play by)

Produced by

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William Anthony McGuire ... producer (as Wm. Anthony McGuire)
Robert Z. Leonard ... producer (uncredited)

Music by

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Herbert Stothart ... (uncredited)

Cinematography by

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Oliver T. Marsh ... (photographed by)

Film Editing by

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W. Donn Hayes ... film editor

Editorial Department

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Slavko Vorkapich ... montage effects

Art Direction by

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Cedric Gibbons

Costume Design by

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Adrian ... (gowns)

Production Management

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Charles Stallings ... unit manager (uncredited)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Robert A. Golden ... assistant director (uncredited)
Reginald Le Borg ... second unit director (uncredited)
George Yohalem ... assistant director (uncredited)

Art Department

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Eddie Imazu ... associate art director
Edwin B. Willis ... associate art director
Fred Lane ... props (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Douglas Shearer ... recording director
James Brock ... sound (uncredited)

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Harry Redmond Jr. ... special effects (uncredited)

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Johnny Greer ... assistant camera (uncredited)
Ted Wurtenberg ... chief electrician (uncredited)

Music Department

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Leo Arnaud ... orchestral arrangements / vocal arrangements
Murray Cutter ... orchestral arrangements / vocal arrangements
Gus Kahn ... lyrics by
Paul Marquardt ... orchestral arrangements / vocal arrangements
Merrill Pye ... musical presentation
Leonid Raab ... orchestral arrangements / vocal arrangements
Sigmund Romberg ... music by
Herbert Stothart ... musical director
Raymond Chace ... singing voice: Bill Cody Jr. (uncredited)
Zari Elmassian ... vocal stand-in: Miss MacDonald (uncredited)
Reginald Le Borg ... director: musical sequences (uncredited)
M.J. McLaughlin ... music recordist (uncredited)

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Albertina Rasch ... dances and ensembles creator
Melford Cline ... crew member (uncredited)
Olga Collins ... crew member (uncredited)
Tommy Griffin ... crew member (uncredited)
J. Harper ... crew member (uncredited)
Richard Hendrickson ... crew member (uncredited)
James Keefe ... crew member (uncredited)
Louis Kolb ... chief electrical engineer (uncredited)
Ann Lawson ... crew member (uncredited)
Jack MacKenzie ... crew member (uncredited)
George Macon ... crew member (uncredited)
John M. Nickolaus ... tinting and toning (uncredited)
Ted Schilz ... crew member (uncredited)
Ted Tetrick ... crew member (uncredited)
Al White ... crew member (uncredited)
Cliff Wright ... crew member (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

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Plot Summary

Mary Robbins is a moderately educated, beautiful, young woman who owns the saloon called "The Poker". She is the only woman in the town of Cloudee-making her the fancy of all the men there, especially to Sheriff Jack Rance. On the way to Monterey to sing at a mass officiated by Father Sienna, her stagecoach is held up by the infamous masked bandit, Ramerez. He too takes a fancy to Mary, and decides to secretly follow her, taking on the identity of an officer named, Lieutenant Johnson. While in Monterey, he dances, sings and courts Mary, who has now fallen in love with him. He then has to make a quick getaway. In the mean-time, Sheriff Jack has set up a trap to catch Ramerez at "The Poker". When Ramerez does arrive he soon discovers that Mary is the owner, and quickly changes to the identity of Lieutenant Johnson. How long can this sherade last? Written by Kelly

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Taglines Golden hills, voices and melodies! See more »
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Also Known As
  • La belle cabaretière (France)
  • Im goldenen Westen (Germany)
  • La ciudad de oro (Spain)
  • Dziewczyna ze Zlotego Zachodu (Poland)
  • Nyugat lánya (Hungary)
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  • 121 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia David Belasco's play originally opened in New York on 14 November 1905. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in The Romance of Celluloid (1937). See more »
Soundtracks Sun-Up to Sun Down See more »
Quotes Ramerez: I hope I'll see you again sometime. Yeah?
Mary Robbins: I hope I'll see you again sometime too. Dangling on the end of a rope!
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