Calamity Jane and the Texan

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Released 1950

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Calamity Jane and the Texan

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Director:
Ande Lamb
Released:
1950
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Calamity Jane and the Texan opens with frontierswoman Calamity Jane (Evelyn Ankers) preparing to celebrate the anniversary of Wild Bill Hickok's death at The Prairie Queen saloon and casino. She became the owner of the business after Frank Mullen died and left it to her as thanks for saving his life. But an unhappy customer tells Calamity there's another heir who intends to contest her ownership. Frank's niece, Cecelia Mullen (Grace Lee Whitney), in Texas has sent her lawyer, Gordon Hastings (James Ellison), to Deadwood Gulch. Calamity tells Hastings the story and he agrees to investigate and work out a compromise with his client. Cecelia doesn't want to compromise with Calamity and gets tangled up in a scheme with Matt Baker (Jack Ingram), who finds it hard to win at cards in Calamity's honest casino. The 1950 film was written and directed by Ande Lamb and was distributed by Columbia Pictures.
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