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Belle of the Yukon

Author: James Edward GrantHouston BranchWilliam A SeiterDon LoperJohnny BurkeAll authors
Publisher: United States : Released by R.K.O. Radio Pictures, Inc., ©1944.
Edition/Format:   Film : Film   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Randolph Scott is a reformed confidence man who fled north from the law, and opened a successful dancehall-gambling establishment at Malamute. Gypsy Rose Lee, deserted by Scott in his flight, arrives as head of a new entertainment unit and is intrigued by his reformation to again fall in love with him. bob Armstrong tries to muscle in on the casino play with crooked dice and wheels without success, and Scott frames  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Features
Dance
Drama
Material Type: Film
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: James Edward Grant; Houston Branch; William A Seiter; Don Loper; Johnny Burke; Jimmy Van Heusen; Arthur Lange; Ray Rennahan; Natalie Kalmus; Morgan Padelford; Perry Ferguson; Julia Heron; Nina Roberts; Ernest Nims; Gustaf M Norin; Corson Jowett; Arthur Johns; Randolph Scott; Gypsy Rose Lee; Dinah Shore; Bob Burns; Charles Winninger; William Marshall; Big Boy Williams; Robert Armstrong; Florence Bates; Victor Kilian; Wanda McKay; International Pictures, Inc.; RKO Radio Pictures.
OCLC Number: 423082370
Notes: Feature.
Bracketed cast credits were supplied from: Variety review, Nov. 29, 1944.
"Photographed in Technicolor. Western Electric Recording."
Playing time on release was 84 min., according to Film daily yearbook, 1945; 83 min., according to Variety review, Nov. 29, 1944.
"Approved, MPAA, certificate no. 10071."
Copyright: International Pictures, Inc.; 9Dec44; LP12985.
Credits: Production design, costumes and dances by Don Loper. New songs by Johnny Burke and Jimmy van Heusen; musical direction, Arthur Lange. Director of photography, Ray Rennahan; Technicolor director, Natalie Kalmus; associate, Morgan Padelford. Assistant director, Milton Carter; art direction, Perry Ferguson; set decorations, Julia Heron; sketch artist, Mary Wills; hair stylist, Nina Roberts; film editor, Ernest Nims; makeup, Gustaf Norin; sound, Corson Jowett, Arthur Jones.
Cast: Randolph Scott ["Honest" John Calhoun], Gypsy Rose Lee [Belle Devalle], Dinah Shore [Lettie Candless], Bob Burns [Sam Slade]. With Charles Winninger [Pop Candless] and William Marshall [Steve], Guin "Big Boy" Williams [Marshall Maitland], Robert Armstrong [George], Florence Bates [Viola], Victor Kilian [the professor], Wanda McKay [Cherie Atterbury], Edward Fielding [C.v. Atterbury], Jane Hale. [Charles Soldani (the chief)].
Responsibility: International Pictures, Inc. presents ; written for the screen by James Edward Grant ; story by Houston Branch ; produced and directed by William A. Seiter.

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"Randolph Scott is a reformed confidence man who fled north from the law, and opened a successful dancehall-gambling establishment at Malamute. Gypsy Rose Lee, deserted by Scott in his flight, arrives as head of a new entertainment unit and is intrigued by his reformation to again fall in love with him. bob Armstrong tries to muscle in on the casino play with crooked dice and wheels without success, and Scott frames him with phony weather report on the date of river freezing. Armstrong gives odds to the miners on the early date, with Scott organizing a bank to keep the wagers. But Armstrong finds out about the fake report, and there's a round of double-cross episodes among the former con men over escape with the dust, including a temporary run on the bank"--Variety review, Nov. 29, 1944.

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