Here we go again. Another gang of Westerns with female leads. (Check out the first one here.) Couldn’t resist starting things out with Marie Windsor. Here’s the insert for Dakota Lil (1950) co-starring George Montgomery and directed by Lesley Selander.
Bandit Queen (1950) was a cheap Lippert picture. Aren’t they all? Barbara Britton had been in The Virginian (1946) with Joel McCrea — and both Gunfighters (1947) and Albuquerque (1948) with Randolph Scott.
Republic Pictures gave us Woman They Almost Lynched (1953), directed by Allan Dwan. Audrey Totter was a veteran of some prime 40s film noir — The Postman Always Rings Twice (1946), Lady In The Lake (1947) and The Set-Up (1949).
Last, we’ve got The Buckskin Lady (1957) starring Patricia Medina from The Beast Of Hollow Mountain (1956, which we covered yesterday). Carl K. Hittleman produced and directed Gun Battle At Monterey, starring Sterling Hayden, the same year. The Buckskin Lady runs just over an hour, was shot at the Iverson Ranch, and has Hank Worden in it, putting it pretty high up on my Want List. It’s out on DVD from Alpha, but their quality’s all over the place. Anybody know what it looks like?
That, my friends, is a great poster.