Abused and dominated by men in her youth, Belle Starr now out-rides, out-smokes, out-shoots, and out-gambles them as she makes her way around the Old West, usually wearing male garb. One man who's her equal is Larry Blackie with whom she has an on-again, off-again relationship which is often argumentative and sometimes violent. Together they become involved in a robbery which goes awry. Belle has to rescue Larry and though he's grateful, he now wants to go his own way. However, he expresses the hope that someday they'll once more cross paths and then ... who knows?
dinky-4 of Minneapolis
Did You Know?
A lot of men AND women smoked cigars then. It has been documented the women smoked openly without hiding and no one thought any think about it. However no one at all smoked plastic tipped cigars since they did not come out until the 1950's. See more
You think you're a brave man, don't you. Resisting all this pain, all this torture. I hope you haven't got to the stage when you don't feel it. It doesn't usually happen so quickly, but we can wait until you get your strength back again, Larry, so you get the most out of this experience. We don't want you to miss anything, do we. It would be a pity, don't you agree? Ready for more?
No Time for Love
Music by Charles Dumont
Lyrics by André Salvet
and Norman Newell
Performed by Elsa Martinelli See more