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

The Lady from Texas (1951) DVD-R

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Starring Howard Duff, Mona Freeman, Josephine Hull, Gene Lockhart, Craig Stevens, Ed

Begley

Directed by Joseph Pevney



Print: color

Runtime: 78 min.

Genre: drama

Print Quality: B



Mona Freeman plays Bonnie Lee, who is—surprise!—not the Lady from Texas in this well-

constructed Universal western. A lowly kitchen helper at a large ranch, Bonnie seeks the

aid of self-styled do-gooder Dan Mason (Howard Duff). It seems that Bonnie's elderly friend

Miss Birdie (Josephine Hull) is in danger of being victimized by villains Cyril and Mabel

Guthrie (Craig Stevens, Barbara Knudson). Mason is reluctant to help out until he gets to

know Miss Birdie, a feisty Civil War widow who refuses to believe that her husband has

been dead these 20 years. Guthrie tries to have Miss Birdie declared incompetent so that he

can claim her land, but Mason isn't about to let that happen. Thus it is that Josephine Hull,

fresh from her Oscar win for Harvey, is the titular Lady From Texas, even though she's

contractually consigned to third billing.

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Starring Howard Duff, Mona Freeman, Josephine Hull, Gene Lockhart, Craig Stevens, Ed
Begley
Directed by Joseph Pevney

Print: color
Runtime: 78 min.
Genre: drama
Print Quality: B

Mona Freeman plays Bonnie Lee, who is—surprise!—not the Lady from Texas in this well-
constructed Universal western. A lowly kitchen helper at a large ranch, Bonnie seeks the
aid of self-styled do-gooder Dan Mason (Howard Duff). It seems that Bonnie's elderly friend
Miss Birdie (Josephine Hull) is in danger of being victimized by villains Cyril and Mabel
Guthrie (Craig Stevens, Barbara Knudson). Mason is reluctant to help out until he gets to
know Miss Birdie, a feisty Civil War widow who refuses to believe that her husband has
been dead these 20 years. Guthrie tries to have Miss Birdie declared incompetent so that he
can claim her land, but Mason isn't about to let that happen. Thus it is that Josephine Hull,
fresh from her Oscar win for Harvey, is the titular Lady From Texas, even though she's
contractually consigned to third billing.

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