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Pierre of the Plains (29-Jul-1942)

Director: George B. Seitz

Writers: Lawrence Kimble; Bertram Millhauser

From novel: Pierre and His People: Tales Of The Far North by Gilbert Parker

From a play by: Edgar Selwyn

Musical Score: Lennie Hayton

Producer: Edgar Selwyn

Keywords: Western

A fur trader falls in love with a lady saloon owner and thwarts her impending wedding with a rival suitor, touching off a feud in Hollywood's idea of Canada.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Evelyn Ankers
Actor
17-Aug-1918 29-Aug-1985 Captive Wild Woman
Phil Brown
Actor
30-Apr-1916 9-Feb-2006 Uncle Owen in Star Wars
Bruce Cabot
Actor
20-Apr-1904 3-May-1972 Saved Fay Wray from King Kong
John Carroll
Actor
17-Jul-1906 24-Apr-1979 Flying Tigers
Ruth Hussey
Actor
30-Oct-1911 19-Apr-2005 The Philadelphia Story
Sheldon Leonard
Actor
22-Feb-1907 10-Jan-1997 Nick the Bartender
Reginald Owen
Actor
5-Aug-1887 5-Nov-1972 Prolific character actor
Henry Travers
Actor
5-Mar-1874 18-Oct-1965 It's a Wonderful Life

CAST

With
John Carroll   ...   Pierre
Ruth Hussey   ...   Daisy Denton
Bruce Cabot   ...   "Jap" Durkin
Phil Brown   ...   Val Denton
Reginald Owen   ...   Noah Glenkins
Henry Travers   ...   Mr. Wellsby
Evelyn Ankers   ...   Celia Wellsby
Pat McVey   ...   Sgt. Dugan
Frederick Worlock   ...   Insp. Cannody
Charles Stevens   ...   Crying Loon
Sheldon Leonard   ...   Clerou
Lois Ranson   ...   Clara

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