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The Wildcat of Tucson

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Wildcat of Tucson
Directed byLambert Hillyer
Screenplay byFred Myton
Produced byLeon Barsha[1]
StarringBill Elliott
Evelyn Young
CinematographyGeorge Meehan
Edited byCharles Nelson
Production
company
Release date
December 31, 1940 (US)
Running time
59 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

The Wildcat of Tucson is a 1940 American Western film directed by Lambert Hillyer and starring Bill Elliott as "Wild Bill" Hickok and Evelyn Young as Vivian Barlow.[2][3][4][5]

The film was produced and released by Columbia Pictures. A feature film, its length is 59 minutes.[3]

References

  1. ^ "Wildcat of Tucson (1941) - Lambert Hillyer | Cast and Crew | AllMovie".
  2. ^ Blottner, Gene (2011). "The Wildcat of Tucson". Wild Bill Elliott: A Complete Filmography. McFarland & Company. pp. 150–151. ISBN 9780786480258. Retrieved October 9, 2017. Bill Elliott's presence, with a matching performance by Kenneth MacDonald, brings this western saga satisfactorily to the screen. [...] An interesting subplot has heroine Evelyn Young momentarily switching her affection from Stanley Brown to his brother, Eliott. Lambert Hillyer's direction is first rate.
  3. ^ a b "The Wildcat of Tucson". AFI Catalog of Feature Films. American Film Institute. Retrieved October 9, 2017. Evelyn Young (Vivian Barlow) [...] When Bill rides to his brother's hideout accompanied by Vivian Barlow, the judge's daughter with whom Dave is in love, Dave becomes jealous and orders his brother to leave.
  4. ^ Blottner, Gene (2011). "Wild Bill Hickok". Columbia Pictures Movie Series, 1926–1955: The Harry Cohn Years. McFarland & Company. pp. 311–326. ISBN 9780786486724 – via Google Books). Rancher Evelyn Young gives the farmers money to pay their debts on all supplies. The chemistry between Eliott and leading lady Evelyn Young is right on target. (Just look at the way Young touches Elliott's arm as he rides to talk with Kenneth Harlan, and the way she looks at him when the wagon train rolls through Lone Pine.
  5. ^ "Previews and Reviews at Local Theaters". The Daily Banner. Greencastle, Indiana. February 28, 1941. p. 3. Retrieved October 11, 2017 – via Hoosier State Cronicles. Bill Elliott is featured as the two-fisted star of the story and lovely Evelyn Young supplies the romantic interest.

External links

The Wildcat of Tucson at IMDb

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