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

Curtain Call at Cactus Creek (1950) DVD-R

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Starring Donald O'Connor, Gale Storm, Walter Brennan, Vincent Price, Eve Arden, Chick

Chandler

Directed by Charles Lamont



Print: color

Runtime: 86 min.

Genre: comedy

Print Quality: B



Curtain Call at Cactus Creek is an agreeable combination of the western, comedy and

musical genres. Donald O'Connor plays Edward Timmons, a mild-mannered stagehand for a

travelling repertory troupe. Edward is in love with ingenue Julie Martin (Gale Storm), but

there's no love lost between Edward and the troupe's hammy leading man Tracy Holland

(Vincent Price). Things begin percolating when Edward gets mixed up in the activities of

infamous outlaw Rimrock (Walter Brennan). Even allowing for the considerable singing and

dancing skills of Donald O'Connor and Gale Storm, the film's best musical number is

rendered by Eve Arden, cast as an over-the-hill soubrette who happens to be the heroine's

mother (and never mind that she was only ten years older than Gale Storm!)

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Starring Donald O'Connor, Gale Storm, Walter Brennan, Vincent Price, Eve Arden, Chick
Chandler
Directed by Charles Lamont

Print: color
Runtime: 86 min.
Genre: comedy
Print Quality: B

Curtain Call at Cactus Creek is an agreeable combination of the western, comedy and
musical genres. Donald O'Connor plays Edward Timmons, a mild-mannered stagehand for a
travelling repertory troupe. Edward is in love with ingenue Julie Martin (Gale Storm), but
there's no love lost between Edward and the troupe's hammy leading man Tracy Holland
(Vincent Price). Things begin percolating when Edward gets mixed up in the activities of
infamous outlaw Rimrock (Walter Brennan). Even allowing for the considerable singing and
dancing skills of Donald O'Connor and Gale Storm, the film's best musical number is
rendered by Eve Arden, cast as an over-the-hill soubrette who happens to be the heroine's
mother (and never mind that she was only ten years older than Gale Storm!)

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