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Rated NR · 90 minutes · 1935

Forced to remain in San Francisco after the murder of her fiancé, Mary Rutledge (Miriam Hopkins) takes a job in the saloon of powerful Louis Chamalis (Edward G. Robinson), the man responsible for the death of her intended. One afternoon while riding, Mary meets Easterner Jim Carmichael (Joel McCrea) and, attracted to him, pretends that she is a lady. Later at the saloon, Jim learns otherwise -- and despite losing all his money gambling, he remains at the saloon to pursue Mary.
Director: Howard Hawks
Producer: Samuel Goldwyn
Cast: Miriam Hopkins, Edward Robinson, Joel McCrea, Walter Brennan, Frank Craven, Brian Donlevy, Clyde Cook, Harry Carey, Frank McHugh, Otto Hoffman, Rollo Lloyd, J.M. Kerrigan, Donald Meek, Roger Gray, Wong Chung, Russ Powell, Frederick Vogeding, David Niven, Herman Bing, Jim Thorpe and Harry Holman

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