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Actors: Josh Crute (writer), Josh Crute (director), James Feeney (producer), Juraj Bedi (editor), Sydney Jacobs (actor), Sydney Jacobs (actor), Mike Weaver (actor), Connor Woodrum (actor), Warren Capps (actor), William Bevan-Thomas (actor), Sarah Thornton (actress),Genres: Adventure, Comedy, Family, Short,
Actors: Ted Markland (actor), Michael Papajohn (actor), Peter Jason (actor), James Gammon (actor), Jeff Bridges (actor), Burton Gilliam (actor), John Hurt (actor), David Arquette (actor), John Dennis Johnston (actor), Keith Carradine (actor), Lee de Broux (actor), Anthony De Longis (actor), Bruce Dern (actor), James Remar (actor), Robert Peters (actor),
Plot: Wild Bill Hickok, famed lawman and gunman of the Old West, is haunted by his past and his reputation. He is loved by, but cannot love, Calamity Jane. Dogging his trail is young Jack McCall, who blames Bill for abandoning the boy's mother and destroying her life. McCall has sworn to kill Bill, and Bill's ghosts, his failing eyesight, and his fondness for opium may make McCall's task easier.Keywords: 1860s, 1870s, ambush, bar-fight, based-on-book, based-on-novel, based-on-play, based-on-true-story, beating, black-&-white-to-color
Actors: Ralph Winter (producer), David Kirschner (producer), Kathy Najimy (actress), Garry Marshall (actor), Bette Midler (actress), Mick Garris (producer), Penny Marshall (actress), Doug Jones (actor), Sarah Jessica Parker (actress), Norbert Weisser (actor), Kathleen Freeman (actress), Thora Birch (actress), Jason Marsden (actor), Mick Garris (writer), Mick Garris (writer),
Plot: 300 years have passed since the Sanderson sisters were executed for practicing dark witchcraft. Returning to life thanks to a combination of a spell spoken before their demise and the accidental actions of Max, the new-kid-in-town, the sisters have but one night to secure their continuing existence...Keywords: 1700s, 17th-century, 1990s, anger, arrogance, bed, beheaded, bicycling, black-cat, blown-cover
Actors: Jane Birkin (actress), Agnès Varda (editor), Mathieu Demy (actor), Serge Gainsbourg (actor), Jean-Pierre Léaud (actor), Philippe Léotard (actor), Philippe Léotard (actor), Agnès Varda (director), Agnès Varda (writer), Agnès Varda (actress), Charlotte Gainsbourg (actress), Jane Birkin (actress), Laura Betti (actress), Jane Birkin (actress), Marie-Florence Roncayolo (miscellaneous crew),Genres: Biography, Fantasy,
Actors: Jane Alexander (actress), David Hemmings (actor), Ken Kercheval (actor), Frederic Forrest (actor), Larry Cedar (actor), Jane Alexander (producer), Fred Karlin (composer), Talia Balsam (actress), Sara Gilbert (actress), Walter Scott (actor), James Goldstone (director), Walter Olkewicz (actor), Gloria Henry (actress), Edward A. Biery (editor), Herbert Hirschman (producer),Genres: Biography, Western,
Actors: Jean-Marie Pallardy (producer), Jean-Marie Pallardy (director), Jean Luisi (actor), Jean-Marie Pallardy (actor), Charlie Schreiner (actor), Gilbert Servien (actor), Willeke van Ammelrooy (actress), Alice Arno (actress), Alice Arno (actress), Liliane Lemieuvre (actress), Barbara Moose (actress), Georges Combret (producer), Jean-Marie Pallardy (writer), Gilda Arancio (actress), Jacques Insermini (actor),Genres: Western,
Actors: Carol Burnett (actress), Don Chastain (actor), Art Lund (actor), Joe Hamilton (producer), Mark Harris (actor), Sammy Fain (composer), Cathryn Damon (actress), Phil Shuken (writer), Bernard West (actor), Beryl Towbin (actress), Dick Altman (director),Genres: ,
Actors: Lee 'Lasses' White (actor), Jack Ingram (actor), Ray Jones (actor), Jack Elam (actor), James Ellison (actor), Evelyn Ankers (actress), Frank Pharr (actor), William E. Green (actor), Ande Lamb (writer), Ande Lamb (director), Ande Lamb (producer), Grace Lee Whitney (actress), Hugh Hooker (actor), Rudy De Saxe (actor), Rudy De Saxe (composer),
Plot: The best job on this film is the one performed by director/writer/producer Ande Lamb when he persuaded somebody at Columbia to put their logo on this indie production that looks a little like what PRC might have made on a bad day, and once past the first five-billed players it is a game of "who dat?" This one finds Calamity Jane learning that her ownership of the "Prairie Queen" saloon, bequeathed to her by the late unseen Frank Mullen, is going to be disputed by Frank's niece, Cecelia Mullen and her lawyer, Gordon Hastings, brought to town by her rival saloon owner Matt Baker. Calamity and her aide, Colorado Charley try to run Gordon out of town but this fails, and he and the niece are soon on Calamity's side against Baker.Keywords: bound-and-gagged, deadwood-south-dakota, inheritance, lawyer, saloon, texan, trucolor
Actors: Davison Clark (actor), Lane Chandler (actor), Richard Alexander (actor), Hooper Atchley (actor), Arthur Aylesworth (actor), Bob Burns (actor), Jess Cavin (actor), Frank Albertson (actor), Granville Bates (actor), Hank Bell (actor), Charles Bickford (actor), Monte Blue (actor), Irving Bacon (actor), Stanley Andrews (actor), George Cleveland (actor),
Plot: With the end of the North American Civil War, the manufacturers of repeating rifles find a profitable means of making money selling the weapons to the North American Indians, using the front man John Lattimer to sell the rifles to the Cheyenne. While traveling in a stagecoach with Calamity Jane and William "Buffalo Bill" Cody and his young wife Louisa Cody that want to settle down in Hays City managing a hotel, Wild Bill Hickok finds the guide Breezy wounded by arrows and telling that the Indians are attacking a fort using repeating rifles. Hickok meets Gen. George A. Custer that assigns Buffalo Bill to guide a troop with ammunition to help the fort. Meanwhile the Cheyenne kidnap Calamity Jane, forcing Hickok to expose himself to rescue her.Keywords: ambush, american-civil-war, american-indian, army, assassination, bar-shootout, barber-shop, battle-of-little-big-horn, bison, black-hills
Calamity Jane (Doris Day) sings "The Windy City" to her comrades upon her return from Chicago, where she had gone to entice the actress Adelaide Adams to perform at the local theatre. It's a beautiful number that reveals both her pride for Deadwood City and its people, as well as how sheltered she has been in the comfort of her little town. Coming down from a realization of how her masculine behaviour is perceived by other people, and how other women act and behave in other places, she may also be trying make a defensive claim about who and what she is. Lyrics: I just blew in from the Windy City The Windy City is mighty purty But they ain't got what we got, no sirree They've got shacks up to seven stories Never see any Morning Glory's But a step from our doorway... We got 'em...
This is our first introduction to the boisterous Calamity Jane (Doris Day) as she arrives in Deadwood City with a wagon full of goods. The sequence extends to include her entry into the Golden Garter, where we encounter Wild Bill Hickok (Howard Keel); one of the love interests in the movie. Since, at this point, we're not sure of the relationship between Calam and Bill, we witness and interesting interaction between them as Calam introduces Bill as a "friend of a friend", and Bill hides a small smile. Lyrics: Oh the Deadwood Stage is a-rollin' on over the plains With the curtains flappin' and the driver slappin' the reins A beautiful sky, a wonderful day Whip crack-away, whip crack-away, whip crack-away Oh the Deadwood Stage is a-headin' on over the hills Where the Injun arrow...
The courting dance of the Wild West, starring the defiant Calamity Jane (Doris Day), the exasperated Wild Bill Hickok (Howard Keel), and the on-looking Henry Miller (Paul Harvey). After Miller, owner of the theatre hall the Golden Garter, tried to pass off a male actor as a female singer (oh, the hilarity!), Calamity tried to save him from his very angry patrons by promising the visit of Adelaide Adams, star of the Chicago stage and the fantasy of all the men in Deadwood. Driven by the need to help out her dear friend, she had blurted out the only name she knew, not realizing the improbability of her statement. This scene starts with Miller, Calamity, and Wild Bill trying to decide what to do, and ends with a most entertaining display of anger and passion, performed through Kerr and Day...
The town heads out to the Ft. Scully Annual Ball, with Calamity Jane (Doris Day) and Wild Bill (Howard Keel) seated prominently in the head carriage and Lt. Danny Gilmartin (Philip Carey) and Katie (Allyn Ann McLerie) behind them. Wild Bill and Danny had previously drawn straws to see who would get to escort Katie; Wild Bill, as the loser, has now been forced to spend the evening with Calamity. Bitterly, in his typical cutting fashion, he critiques Calamity's attire (what he can see of it) and she puts him in his place with a slow explanation (like one would give to a child). Then, in a rare moment of agreement, they sing their pride and love for their homeland, accompanied by the rest of the cast. (An aside: When I watch this video, I always want to poke Danny in the eye and wipe ...
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Calamity Jane (1953) Official Trailer - Doris Day, Howard Keel Movie HD Subscribe to CLASSIC TRAILERS: http://bit.ly/1u43jDe Subscribe to TRAILERS: http://bit.ly/sxaw6h Subscribe to COMING SOON: http://bit.ly/H2vZUn Like us on FACEBOOK: http://bit.ly/1QyRMsE Follow us on TWITTER: http://bit.ly/1ghOWmt Deadwood, Dakota Territory, is largely the abode of men, where Indian scout Calamity Jane is as hard-riding, boastful, and handy with a gun as any; quite an overpowering personality. But the army lieutenant she favors doesn't really appreciate her finer qualities. One of Jane's boasts brings her to Chicago to recruit an actress for the Golden Garter stage. Arrived, the lady in question appears (at first) to be a more feminine rival for the favors of Jane's male friends...including her frien...
After meeting Katie, an actress from Chicago, and discovering that she will be staying in Deadwood City for a while, an elated Wild Bill (Howard Keel) loudly professes his newfound love. Unfortunately for the painter who is trying to create her likeness, Wild Bill latches onto the poor old guy, and sings to the painting, keeping the artist from his work with some amusing lyrics. Lyrics: My heart is higher than a hawk, My love is deeper than a well, I'm thinkin' in a little while, my love an' I'll be doin' very well. An owl is givin' me the eye, The wind is blowin' me a kiss, I wouldn't be at all surprised if I were only dreamin' all of this. And when I strut about like a Sunny Jim, Dressed in yeller and red, Folks'll shout, "Take a look at him! He's pitched in the...
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Author Richard W. Etulain discusses his new book, "The Life and Legends of Calamity Jane." Scores of dime novels and movie and TV Westerns have portrayed this original Wild West woman as an adventuresome, gun-toting hellion. Although Calamity Jane has probably been written about more than any other woman of the nineteenth-century American West, fiction and legend have largely obscured the facts of her life. This lively, concise, and exhaustively researched biography traces the real person from the Missouri farm where she was born in 1856 through the development of her notorious persona as a Wild West heroine. www.montanahistoricalsociety.org
The turbulent life of Martha Canary, the real "Calamity Jane". From prostitute to army scout and local legend, Martha was famed for her boldness and bravery. Intro music: "Is She With You" Hans Zimmer & Junkie XL - find it here on iTunes - https://goo.gl/SHGBJt Images courtesy of United States Library Of Congress, Denver Public Library and American Heritage Centre. For more episodes, follow the link to subscribe to Weird Wonderful Women - www.youtube.com/channel/UCKGf-SIV0bz0p2OVPnUqjtg?sub_confirmation=1
Von den Great Plains im Westen bis zu den Rocky Mountains, auf den Wagen der Siedler oder in den Satteln der Desperados - der Dokumentarfilm durchquert die USA auf den Spuren der außergewöhnlichen Wild-West-Heldin Calamity Jane. Er beschreibt den Mythos, vor allem aber die ereignisreiche und bewegende Geschichte der Martha Canary alias Calamity Jane, die in der zweiten Hälfte des 19. Jahrhunderts lebte - zu der Zeit, als die letzten Siedlerkolonnen in Richtung Pazifik zogen. Sie erlebt die Entstehung des Journalismus, trug selbst ihren Teil zur Mär des Wilden Westens bei und lebte das Leben einer unabhängigen Frau.
Starring DORIS DAY, "Calamity Jane" is an energetic musical about the unlikely romance of famed Western tomboy Calamity Jane and gunfighter Wild Bill Hickok. In an attempt to lure a handsome Army lieutenant away from another woman, Jane trades in her gunslinging and uniforms for housekeeping and dresses, and wins the affections of Wild Bill instead.Copyright 1953 Warner Brothers. All rights reserved. MPAA Rating: NOTRATED 1953 Warner Bros. #Trailer #WB
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WOMEN OF THE WILD WEST - Annie Oakley, Calamity Jane, Pearl Hart (HISTORY DOCUMENTARY) Annie Oakley, Calamity Jane, Belle Starr, Pearl Hart: Toting guns, these women of the Wild West shot down the view that life as a female pioneer was about cooking, sewing, cleaning and caring for children. Born during a time when women stood in the shadows of their rugged men, these trailblazers proved that they were as good - if not better - than their male counterparts. Some of them became legends as outlaws, shocking society with their ruthless and unladylike behavior. Martha "Calamity Jane" Canary epitomized this tough rebellious character. Hard-drinking, gun-slinging and bragging of her exploits, she often posed as a man to get ahead. Travelling to the West at the age of 13 with her parents, she ...
Doris Day & Howard Keel - Calamity Jane (1953) - Calam & Wild Bill Find Love Calamity Jane is a Technicolor western musical released in 1953. It is loosely based on the life of Wild West heroine Calamity Jane and explores an alleged romance between Calamity Jane and Wild Bill Hickok in the American Old West. The film starred Doris Day as the title character and Howard Keel as Hickok. It was devised by Warner Brothers in response to the success of Annie Get Your Gun. It won the Academy Award for Best Original Song ("Secret Love", Sammy Fain and Paul Francis Webster) and was also nominated for Scoring of a Musical Picture and Best Sound, Recording (William A. Mueller) . Cast… • Doris Day - Calamity Jane • Howard Keel - Wild Bill Hickok • Allyn Ann McLerie - Katie Brown • Philip Carey - Lt...
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Doris Day & Allyn McLerie - Calamity Jane (1953) - Calam Hires Adelaid or Does She? Calamity Jane is a Technicolor western musical released in 1953. It is loosely based on the life of Wild West heroine Calamity Jane and explores an alleged romance between Calamity Jane and Wild Bill Hickok in the American Old West. The film starred Doris Day as the title character and Howard Keel as Hickok. It was devised by Warner Brothers in response to the success of Annie Get Your Gun. It won the Academy Award for Best Original Song ("Secret Love", Sammy Fain and Paul Francis Webster) and was also nominated for Scoring of a Musical Picture and Best Sound, Recording (William A. Mueller) . Cast… • Doris Day - Calamity Jane • Howard Keel - Wild Bill Hickok • Allyn Ann McLerie - Katie Brown • Philip Car...
A true classic in Technicolor. "Secret Love" is a popular song written in 1953 with music by Sammy Fain and lyrics by Paul Francis Webster. Its first performance was in the film Calamity Jane by Doris Day. It received an Academy Award for Best Original Song.