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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

Belle Le Grand (1951) DVD-R

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Starring Vera Ralston, John Carroll, William Ching, Hope Emerson, Grant Withers

Directed by Allan Dwan



Print: black/white

Runtime: 97 min.

Genre: western

Print Quality: B



Allan Dwan's assured direction is the principal selling card of Republic's Belle le Grand.

Based on a story by Peter B. Kyne, the film stars Vera Ralston as the title character, an

ex-jailbird who becomes the gambling queen of old San Francisco. Upon meeting miner

John Kilton (John Carroll), Belle increases her riches by selling shares of Kilton's silver

lode. Despite Belle's anger over Kilton's dalliance with her younger sister Nan (Muriel

Lawrence), she manages to save him from the evil machinations of all-purpose villain

Montgomery Crane (Stephen Chase). Never much of an actress, Vera Ralston nonetheless

delivers one of her better performances in Belle le Grand, though she is upstaged by such

veteran barnstormers as Hope Emerson, John Qualen and Grant Withers.

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Starring Vera Ralston, John Carroll, William Ching, Hope Emerson, Grant Withers
Directed by Allan Dwan

Print: black/white
Runtime: 97 min.
Genre: western
Print Quality: B

Allan Dwan's assured direction is the principal selling card of Republic's Belle le Grand.
Based on a story by Peter B. Kyne, the film stars Vera Ralston as the title character, an
ex-jailbird who becomes the gambling queen of old San Francisco. Upon meeting miner
John Kilton (John Carroll), Belle increases her riches by selling shares of Kilton's silver
lode. Despite Belle's anger over Kilton's dalliance with her younger sister Nan (Muriel
Lawrence), she manages to save him from the evil machinations of all-purpose villain
Montgomery Crane (Stephen Chase). Never much of an actress, Vera Ralston nonetheless
delivers one of her better performances in Belle le Grand, though she is upstaged by such
veteran barnstormers as Hope Emerson, John Qualen and Grant Withers.

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