Belle Starr's Daughter (November 15, 1948)

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Ruth Roman is Belle Starr's Daughter
 

Released on November 15, 1948: After watching the new Marshal burn down her home and bury her mother, Belle Starr's daughter decides what to do next.

Produced by Edward L. Alperson

Directed by Lesley Selander

The Actors: Ruth Roman (Cimarron Rose), Rod Cameron (Bob 'Bitter Creek' Yauntis), George Montgomery (Marshal Tom Jackson), Wallace Ford (Lafe Bailey), Charles Kemper (Deputy Gaffer), William Phipps (Yuma Talbott), Edith King (Mrs. Allen), Jack Lambert (Bronc Wilson), Fred Libby (Slim Smith), Isabel Jewell (Belle Starr), J. Farrell MacDonald (Doc Benson), Chris-Pin Martin (Spanish George), Larry Johns (Marshal Jed Purdy), Kenneth MacDonald (Uncle Jim Davis), Christine Larsen (Marie), Charles Stevens (Cherokee Joe), William Perrott (Marshal Jed Loftus), Mary Foran (Bonnie), Frank Darien (old man), Paul E. Burns (Clearwater Doctor), Alvin Hammer (townsman), Lane Chandler (Marshal Evans), John L. Cason (Kiowa Posse man), Rudy Bowman (townsman), Ralph Bucko (Starr ranch hand), Bob Burns (party guest), Tex Cooper (party guest), Steve Darrell (rancher), Tex Driscoll (swamper), Harry Harvey (drunk citizen), Carol Henry (townsman), Herbert Heywood (lounger), Henry Hull (old Marshal), Ray Hyke (townsman), Bill Kennedy (Kiowa Marshal), John 'Skins' Miller (Clem), Bob Morgan (henchman), Lew Morphy (Starr ranch hand), Hank Paterson (townsman), Joe Phillips (Starr ranch hand), Snub Pollard (party guest), Johnny Reese (townsman), William Ruhl (Chris), Jack Tornek (barfly), Dorothy Vernon (party guest), Terry Wilson (cowboy)

 

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Tongue Like a Bull-Whip, Pretty as a Picture

Belle Starr and her gang of outlaws makes their home in Cherokee Flats, and the small town nearby is calm and peaceful because they have an arrangement with the outlaws – The outlaws stay away from the peaceful little town and the old Marshal stays out of Cherokee Flats – Live and let live . . . . Until one dark night a couple of outlaws from Cherokee Flats come into town . . . And shoot the old Marshall dead as a door nail. The new young Marshal leads a posse of men into Cherokee Flats to have it out with the outlaws, knowing that blood will flow for both the posse members and the outlaws . . . . This will be a battle to the end. Meanwhile, Belle Starr learns that two of her men shot the old Marshall, and she gets plenty mad, and sends Uncle Jim to round up the two men who shot the Marshall and bring them to her. The two killers, Bob and Yuma, are spending a quiet afternoon in a sunny meadow with Belle Starr's daughter Rose, and Bob is trying mightily to have his way with Rose, but she is one tough gal, not afraid of anything or anyone, and she puts Bob in his place. Then Uncle Jim arrives and takes the two fellows back to the ranch house to face the Queen of the outlaws Belle Starr . . . . This leads to that and Bob shoots Uncle Jim and Belle Starr, and with gunshots in the distance as the new Marshal and his posse are fighting it out with the outlaws our two skunks head out of the area instead of helping their outlaw buddies battle the posse. This leads to that and Marshal Tom and the posse wipes out the entire Belle Starr gang . . . . Except for the two skunks and another old fellow that rode away . . . . And Belle Starr's daughter is still waiting in the sunny meadow. The new Marshal and his men bury the dead bodies and we watch as they burn down Belle Starr's outlaw headquarters . . . . And young Belle Starr's daughter Rose is secretly watching from a few feet away as her home is burned to the ground and her mother is buried . . . . . Now our adventure begins, as Belle Starr's daughter decides what to do next. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Charles Kemper
Charles Kemper
Charles Kemper and George Montgomery
Charles Kemper and George Montgomery
Charles Kemper
Charles Kemper
Chris-Pin Martin
Chris-Pin Martin
Edith King
Edith King
George Montgomery
George Montgomery
George Montgomery, Charles Kemper and Larry Johns
George Montgomery, Charles Kemper and Larry Johns
George Montgomery and Lane Chandler
George Montgomery and Lane Chandler
George Montgomery and Rod Cameron
George Montgomery and Rod Cameron
George Montgomery and Ruth Roman
George Montgomery and Ruth Roman
George Montgomery and Wallace Ford
George Montgomery and Wallace Ford
George Montgomery
George Montgomery
Isabel Jewell as Belle Starr
Isabel Jewell as Belle Starr
Isabel Jewell
Isabel Jewell
J. Farrell MacDonald and George Montgomery
J. Farrell MacDonald and George Montgomery
Jack Lambert and Rod Camreron
Jack Lambert and Rod Camreron
Jack Lambert
Jack Lambert
Kenneth MacDonald
Kenneth MacDonald
Larry Johns
Larry Johns
Larry Johns
Larry Johns
Rod Cameron
Rod Cameron
Rod Cameron and Ruth Roman
Rod Cameron and Ruth Roman
Rod Cameron and William Phipps
Rod Cameron and William Phipps
Rod Cameron and Ruth Roman
Rod Cameron and Ruth Roman
Rod Cameron
Rod Cameron
Ruth Roman
Ruth Roman
Ruth Roman and Rod Cameron
Ruth Roman and Rod Cameron
Ruth Roman
Ruth Roman
Ruth Roman
Ruth Roman
Wallace Ford and Ruth Roman
Wallace Ford and Ruth Roman
Wallace Ford
Wallace Ford
Wallace Ford
Wallace Ford
William Phipps and Rod Cameron
William Phipps and Rod Cameron