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Timber Queen (1944 film)

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Timber Queen
Timber Queen FilmPoster.jpeg
Directed byFrank McDonald
Produced byWilliam H. Pine
William C. Thomas
Written byEdward T. Lowe Jr.
Maxwell Shane
Music byWilly Stahl
CinematographyFred Jackman Jr.
Edited byVictor Lewis
Distributed byParamount Pictures
Release date
  • January 13, 1944 (1944-01-13)
Running time
66 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

Timber Queen is a 1944 American drama film directed by Frank McDonald.[1]

It was Arlen's last film for Pine-Thomas for a number of years until Speed to Spare (1948).

Plot

Russ Evans gets out of the service and meets Elaine, the widow of Ken, a man he served with. He helps her protect the rights to some timber land that she has inherited.

Cast

Production

The film was originally called Timberman.[2] Pine-Thomas signed Mary Beth Hughes to make this film and a musical The Duchess Rides High.[3]

Filming took place in July 1943.[4]

The film was slanted more towards comedy than many earlier Pine-Thomas films.[5]

References

  1. ^ Timber Queen Monthly Film Bulletin; London Vol. 11, Iss. 121, (Jan 1, 1944): 46.
  2. ^ SCREEN NEWS HERE AND IN HOLLYWOOD New York Times 21 June 1943: 13.
  3. ^ Goddard in 'All Around the Town' 'MISSION TO MOSCOW' DUE Opens at the Hollywood Today -- 'Presenting Lily Mars' Arrives at Capitol New York Times 29 Apr 1943: 25
  4. ^ DRAMA AND FILM Los Angeles Times 28 June 1943: 13.
  5. ^ SCREEN AND STAGE Schallert, Edwin. Los Angeles Times 15 July 1943: 12.

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