Renegade Girl (December 25, 1946)
Released on December 25, 1946: (running time 66 minutes) She was a Confederate She-Devil when it came to war in divided Missouri, but an angel when it came to love, and when the war ended, she had choices to make.
Produced by William Berke
Directed by William Berke
Written by Edwin V. Westrate
The Actors: Ann Savage (Jean Shelby), Alan Curtis (Army Captain Fred Raymond), Edward Brophy (Bob Crandall, Quantrill raider), Russell Wade (Jerry Long, Quantrill raider), Jack Holt (Union Army Major Barker), Claudia Drake (Mary Manson), Ray Corrigan (William Quantrill), John 'Dusty' King (Corporal Brown), Chief Thundercloud (Chief White Cloud), Edmund Cobb (Sergeant James), Dick Curtis (Joe Barnes, Quantrill raider), Nick Thompson (Tom Starr), Harry Cording (Quantrill raider with moustache), Ernie Adams (Ted, Quantrill raider), James Martin (Bob Shelby), Art Dillard (soldier), Bud Geary (soldier), Herman Hack (Mr. Shelby), George Magrill (guard), Kermit Maynard (Sergeant Dale), Kansas Moehring (Quantrill raider), Post Park (Union Soldier), Forrest Taylor (Doctor Manson)
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The Indian Chief, the Yankee Soldier, and the Confederate Renegade Girl
Actor Tom Neal spent six years in prison for shooting his third wife in the head and killing her. He played bad guys in many of his movies, and he had a reputation of being a bad guy off the set. Actress Ann Savage, the star of this movie, had a reputation of being a bad girl on screen who was genuinely tough enough to hold her own with any man or woman on screen or off.
She and Tom Neal starred in the famous noir movie ‘Detour,’ and one day on the set she showed that she was the tougher of the two. The lighting people were arranging the lights for the next scene, and Ann was standing on the set as they moved lights to be sure that they would be just perfect for the camera angles that would be used.
Tom Neal was nearby with some of his friends, and probably laughed and told them to watch while he pranked Ann Savage. He went over to her and said he wanted to whisper something in her ear, but instead he stuck his tongue in her ear. Instinctively, Ann Savage swung her arm and slapped Tom Neal with her open hand so hard that he staggered backwards in shock.
She rushed from the set without looking back to see if he fell or not, and for the rest of the movie, he never said a word to her except to perform his part, and he never spoke to her off camera again. That bad guy had learned his lesson from this tough lady.
In this adventure, Ann Savage is a tough Confederate girl during the closing days of the Civil War. She is a spy who gets close to the Yankee soldiers and then sets them up for the Confederates to battle with, as part of the Quantrill Raiders. When Indian Chief White Cloud kills her brother and family, she vows to kill White Cloud no matter what. She even promises the gang that she will marry the man who kills the Indian Chief. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
Alan Curtis, Forrest Taylor
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Ann Savage, Jack Holt
Claudia Drake, Alan Curtis
Claudia Drake, Ann Savage
Claudia Drake, Edward Brophy
Edmund Cobb, Ann Savage
Edward Brophy, Russell Wade, Ann Savage
Edward Brophy, Russell Wade
Ernie Adams, Edward Brophy
Ray Corrigan, Alan Curtis, Ann Savage
Ray Corrigan, Alan Curtis
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