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Water Rustlers (January 6, 1939)

Dorothy Page in Water Rustlers
 

Released on January 6, 1939: (running time 55 minutes) Dorothy Page, the singing cowgirl, tries to stop the dam owner from keeping water away from their cattle ranches.

Produced by George A. Hirliman

Directed by Samuel Diege

The Actors: Dorothy Page (Shirley Martin), Dave O'Brien (Bob Lawson), Vince Barnett (Mike, cook), Stanley Price (Robert Weylan), Ethan Allen (Tim Martin), Leonard Trainor (Andy Jurgens), Warner Richmond (Wiley), Edward Gordon (henchman Kerman), Edward Peil Sr. (Weylan's lawyer), Lloyd Ingraham (the judge), Merrill McCormick (the Sheriff)

 

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The Prettiest Girl in America

Neysa Moran McMein was a famous artist who painted the most important people of the early 1900’s. She painted portraits of Presidents Herbert Hoover and Warren G. Harding. She painted covers for most of the large national magazines, like McCall’s, Good Housekeeping, and the Saturday Evening Post. She was commissioned by a flour mill to paint the portrait of an imaginary woman, who was to be named “Betty Crocker,” and used to advertise the baking products from the mill.

In the 1920’s, The Saturday Evening Post planned a photo spread featuring the ten most beautiful girls in America, and artist Neysa McMein was commissioned to paint portraits of the ten girls for publication in the magazine. One of the ten girls selected was a young college student named Dorothy Lillian Stofflett.

Dorothy was studying music in college at the time, and after graduating, when the biggest band leader in the country, Paul Whitman, was looking for a new ‘torch singer’ to sing romantic songs with his band, Dorothy was hired. It was probably inevitable that movie producers would one day want the beautiful lady with an amazing singing voice to come to Hollywood, and Dorothy Stofflett began making movies using the name Dorothy Page.

Unfortunately, she was hired by Grand National Studios just as they were about to go bankrupt, and only made three ‘Singing Cowgirl’ movies before they closed, and Dorothy left movies to become a wife and homemaker.

In this adventure she is the daughter of a rancher, and the town bad guy has built a dam that will keep the valley ranchers from getting water for their cattle. It will be up to the singing cowgirl to outwit the bad guy in town, with the help of her ranch foreman, played by Dave O’Brien. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Dave O'Brien
Dave O'Brien
Dave O'Brien and Dorothy Page
Dave O'Brien and Dorothy Page
Dave O'Brien, Dorothy Page, Leonard Trainor
Dave O'Brien, Dorothy Page, Leonard Trainor
Dave O'Brien, Dorothy Page, Stanley Price
Dave O'Brien, Dorothy Page, Stanley Price
Dave O'Brien and Dorothy Page
Dave O'Brien and Dorothy Page
Dave O'Brien
Dave O'Brien
Dorothy Page
Dorothy Page
Dorothy Page
Dorothy Page
Dorothy Page, Vince Barnett
Dorothy Page, Vince Barnett
Dorothy Page
Dorothy Page
Dorothy Page
Dorothy Page
Dorothy Page
Dorothy Page
Ethan Allan
Ethan Allan
Ethan Allan, Leonard Trainor
Ethan Allan, Leonard Trainor
Leonard Trainor
Leonard Trainor
Lloyd Ingraham
Lloyd Ingraham
Warner Richmond
Warner Richmond
Lloyd Ingraham
Lloyd Ingraham
Merrill McCormick
Merrill McCormick
Merrill McCormick, Vince Barnett
Merrill McCormick, Vince Barnett
Stanley Price, Edward Peil Sr.
Stanley Price, Edward Peil Sr.
Stanley Price, Edward Peil Sr.
Stanley Price, Edward Peil Sr.
Vince Barnett
Vince Barnett
Vince Barnett
Vince Barnett
Vince Barnett
Vince Barnett