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

Wild Girl (1932) DVD-R

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Starring Charles Farrell, Joan Bennett, Ralph Bellamy, Eugene Pallette, Irving Pichel

Directed by Raoul Walsh



Print: black/white

Runtime: 78 min.

Genre: drama

Print Quality: B



 




Bret Harte's story Salomy Jane's Kiss provided the basis for a play (by Paul Armstrong and a number of films, including 1932's Wild Girl. Set in the High Sierras at the end of the Civil War, the "wild girl" of the title is Salome Jane Clay (Joan Bennett). Rather tomboyish and determined, she isn't the vixen that the title suggests; as a matter of fact, she is upset and angry over a man who has tried to take liberties with her. A stranger Charles Farrell shows up, looking for the same man who has incurred Jane's enmity. Farrell has a score to settle, for this man ruined the life and reputation of Farrell's sister. He shoots him, then flees the town with Jane's help. They are pursued by numerous individuals; as they overcome various obstacles, they find themselves falling in love.



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Starring Charles Farrell, Joan Bennett, Ralph Bellamy, Eugene Pallette, Irving Pichel
Directed by Raoul Walsh

Print: black/white
Runtime: 78 min.
Genre: drama
Print Quality: B

 

Bret Harte's story Salomy Jane's Kiss provided the basis for a play (by Paul Armstrong and a number of films, including 1932's Wild Girl. Set in the High Sierras at the end of the Civil War, the "wild girl" of the title is Salome Jane Clay (Joan Bennett). Rather tomboyish and determined, she isn't the vixen that the title suggests; as a matter of fact, she is upset and angry over a man who has tried to take liberties with her. A stranger Charles Farrell shows up, looking for the same man who has incurred Jane's enmity. Farrell has a score to settle, for this man ruined the life and reputation of Farrell's sister. He shoots him, then flees the town with Jane's help. They are pursued by numerous individuals; as they overcome various obstacles, they find themselves falling in love.

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