Gold (October 5, 1932)
Released on October 5, 1932: Alice Day is Marion Sellers, the daughter of an old prospector who tries to shoot the man she thinks killed her father for his gold mine.
Directed by Otto Brower
Written by Scott Darling and Jack Natteford
The Actors: Jack Hoxie (Jack Tarrant), Alice Day (Marion Sellers), Hooper Atchley (Kramer), Matthew Betz (henchman Childress), Lafe McKee (Jeff Sellers), Jack Clifford (Elmer Sigmuller), Tom London (Sheriff), Bob Kortman (henchman without mustache), Hank Bell (prospector), Slim Cole (shoots claim jumper), William Gillis (prospector), Jack Kirk (ranch hand sleeping on fence), John Lowell (bartender), William McCall (Sheriff), Archie Ricks (henchman), Harry Todd (prospector)
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Alice Day, Pistol Packin' Babe!
Jacquiline Alice Newlin was born in 1905 in Colorado Springs, and along with her younger sister Marceline, went with her mother to Hollywood where she appeared as a young teen in Mack Sennett shorts as a bathing beauty. By the time she was 18 years old both she and her sister started appearing in motion pictures, and by the time of this movie in 1932, the last motion picture that Alice would star in, she had appeared in more than 60 motion pictures. In this, her last appearance in a Hollywood movie, she is the very spunky daughter of an old gold prospector who first shoots a pistol at leading man Jack Hoxie, and later aims a rifle at him and fires away, hoping to kill him. Now . . . cowboy movies have been popular since the beginning of motion pictures, and although I cannot claim to have seen every cowboy movie that has been made, let me tell you . . . In 1932 it was very rare, and this may have been the first ever motion picture with the pretty young damsel shooting at the man she thinks is an outlaw . . . . ladies didn't shoot bad guys . . . they stood helplessly by as the hero saved them from danger . . . But not Alice . . . she had a passion for killing the man that she believed shot her papa, and she followed that passion with hot lead every chance she got! This movie first appeared in theaters on October 5, 1932, and her younger sister Marceline Day also had a movie that premiered on the same day, gangster movie "The Crusader," that you might want to check out after watching this one. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter on it and watch one hot little lady shoot her way to a happy ending in the old west.
Alice Day and Hooper Atchley in Gold
Alice Day and Jack Clifford
Alice Day and Jack Hoxie
Alice Day and Jack Hoxie in the movie "Gold"
Alice Day and Lafe McKee
Alice Day works on her car's flat tire
Alice Day holds a rifle on Jack Hoxie
Alice Day talks to Lafe McKee
Alice Day in 1932
Hooper Atchley and Alice Day at the funeral
Hooper Atchley and Bob Kortman in Gold
Hooper Atchley and Lafe McKee
Hooper Atchley visits Alice Day
Jack Byron and Bob Kortman
Jack Hoxie and Bob Kortman face off
Jack Hoxie and his horse Dynamite
Jack Hoxie and Jack Clifford
Jack Hoxie and Lafe McKee
Jack Hoxie meets Alice Day
Jack Hoxie as prospector Jack Tarrant in the movie Gold
Lafe McKee and Bob Kortman
Lafe McKee and Jack Hoxie
Lafe McKee lies to Alice Day about his gold mining claim
Lafe McKee takes a nip for his 'cough'
Lafe McKee and Alice Day
Lafe McKee looks for a spot to prospect for gold