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Pierre of the Plains

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Pierre of the Plains
Directed byGeorge B. Seitz
Written byGilbert Parker (Pierre and His People)
Lawrence Kimble
Bertram Millhauser
Produced byEdgar Selwyn
StarringJohn Carroll
Ruth Hussey
Bruce Cabot
CinematographyCharles Rosher
Edited byGeorge White
Music byLennie Hayton
Distributed byMetro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Release date
  • 1942 (1942)
Running time
57 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
Budget$384,000[1]
Box office$427,000[1]

Pierre of the Plains is a 1942 Northern film set in Saskatchewan, Canada, directed by George B. Seitz and starring John Carroll and Ruth Hussey. The supporting cast features Bruce Cabot, Reginald Owen, Henry Travers, Evelyn Ankers and Sheldon Leonard. The movie is a remake of a 1914 version co-written by and starring Edgar Selwyn.

Plot

Pierre (Carroll), a singing French-Canadian trapper, acts as a non-commissioned law enforcement officer, punishing traveling salesman Clerou (Leonard) for "selling whiskey to Indians." When his intrusive nature gets him into trouble with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, he is brought to the station. In order to avoid incarceration, he claims that he is engaged to be married to the lovely Daisy Denton (Hussey), a popular barmaid who runs the local saloon, but who is actually engaged to "Jap" Durkin (Cabot).

After Pierre's shrewd planning destroys the possibly of a marriage to Daisy, Durkin vows revenge. Meanwhile, Pierre spends his time romancing Daisy and simultaneously getting into scrapes with the mounties. While riding horseback en route to town and back to his rural campsite, he often breaks into the song "Saskatchewan."

Daisy's brother Val (Brown) shoots "Clerou" and is placed under arrest by Durkin. Through mutual conspiring on the part of Pierre and Daisy, they manage to help Val escape from jail, where the four of them hideout at Pierre's rural campsite. Durkin finds them and confronts Pierre, resulting in a gunfire battle that kills Durkin. After a very brief investigation, Pierre marries Daisy and rides off for their honeymoon, singing "Saskatchewan."[2]

Production

The railroad scene was filmed on the Sierra Railroad in Tuolumne County, California.[3]

Reception

According to MGM records, the film earned $289,000 in the US and Canada and $138,000 elsewhere, costing the studio a loss of $111,000.[1]

External links

References

[4]

  1. ^ a b c The Eddie Mannix Ledger, Los Angeles: Margaret Herrick Library, Center for Motion Picture Study.
  2. ^ Leonard Maltin: Turner Classic Movies (www.tcm.com)
  3. ^ Jensen, Larry (2018). Hollywood's Railroads: Sierra Railroad. Vol. Two. Sequim, Washington: Cochetopa Press. p. 21. ISBN 9780692064726.
  4. ^ Leonard Maltin: Turner Classic Movies www.tcm.com


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