is a 1956 Roger Corman Western with a woman as the main character and hero. The sheriff's widow is named sheriff in his place. Very unusual. It stars Beverly Garland, John Ireland and Allison Hayes. I'm not a fan. There's just a bit too much "cat fight" to it for my tastes.
She: "I'm out here disgracing Scott's memory, and it's all your fault."
He: "Nothing we both do is all my fault."
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Cat fight. Like Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf. all the fighting in that one pushed me over the edgeReplyDelete
this one is more like "cat fight" where the woman sherriff and the woman saloon whore roll around in the floor of the saloon with their fingernails flying.ReplyDelete