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Texas Manhunt
Red Desert (1949 film).jpg
Directed byFord Beebe
Screenplay byDaniel B Ullman
Ron Ormond
Based onstory by Ullman
Produced byRon Ormond
associate
Ira Webb
June Carr
CinematographyErnest Miller
Production
company
Distributed byScreen Guild Productions
Release date
December 17, 1949
Running time
60 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

Texas Manhunt, also known as Red Desert, is a 1949 American Western film directed by Ford Beebe and starring Don "Red" Barry and Tom Neal.[1][2]

Cast

Producer

The film stars Margia Dean, who recalled "Don Barry was very nice, pleasant and polite to me. But, he was short. And that can create something of a problem. Tom Neal was in it, and I found him to be the serious, brooding type." She says Holt was in the film because producer Robert L Lippert "was good about using once-big names who were a little past their prime!... It was my first leading lady, but still a thankless part. You go in early in the morning for hair and makeup; then are driven a long ways to a dusty, hot, sticky location. At dusk, they take the leading lady's close-up—just when she's grimy! (Laughs) Those tight corsets and five pounds of wigs were all uncomfortable—as were those stagecoach rides—which were so bumpy! (Laughs)".[3]

References

  1. ^ "MOVIEL AND BRIEFS". Los Angeles Times. June 23, 1949. ProQuest 165971937.
  2. ^ "RED DESERT". Monthly Film Bulletin. 21. 1954. p. 163. ProQuest 1305824158.
  3. ^ "Margia Dean Interview".

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