Jesse James' Women

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Released 1954

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Director:
Don 'Red' Barry
Released:
1954
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Jesse James' Women is a 1954 American western film directed and starred in by Don "Red" Barry. In the film, famous outlaw Jesse James is fleeing Missouri. His travels lead him to Mississippi, where he decides to hideout for a while in a small town. His arrival in town, does not go unnoticed by all the women in the small town. Soon Jesse is approached by several beautiful women, Caprice Clark (Joyce Barrett), Delta (Lita Baron), Laura Lea (Angel Botts), Cattle Kate Kennedy (Betty Brueck) and Waco Gans (Peggie Castle). The outlaw appreciates all the female attention he is getting. True to his outlaw nature, Jesse does not choose one woman to spend time with, instead he romances them all. He tells each woman that she is the only one for him. What will Jesse do when the women in the small town realize the outlaw is playing a game with them all?
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    Classics, Love & Romance