Louisiana Hussy (April 1959)

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Released in April, 1959: A Louisiana hussy creates havoc in the lives of two brothers from the Louisiana swamps, but she has a deadly past that soon catches up to her.

Produced by Charles M. Casinelli

Directed by Lee Sholem

The Actors: Nan Peterson (Nina Duprez, aka Minette Lanier), Robert Richards (Pierre Guillot), Peter Coe (Jacques Guillot), Betty Lynn (Lili Guillot), Howard Wright (Cob), Harry Lauter (Clay Lanier), Rosalee Calvert (the real Minette Lanier), Tyler McVey (Doctor J.B. Opie), Smoki Whitfield (manservant Burt), Helen Forrest (Callie the Gris-Gris woman)

 

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Two Brothers and only One Hussy

One winter many years ago I escaped the snows of Ohio and drove down to Florida to a small island called Cedar Key, and on the lonely road leading to the key I passed an old store with a large sign saying that it specialized in antiques . . . and live bait. The two together caught my funny bone just right and I was still chuckling to myself as I entered quiet and quaint Cedar Key for my quiet week away from Cleveland and computers and. Jacques and Pierre were brothers who had a small business in the swamp selling "Fish, Furs and Moss" . . . Moss? Younger brother Pierre was getting married this day to hometown girl Lili, but on his wedding night he would find himself in the arms of the Louisiana Hussy instead of his new bride. Brother Jacques refused to go to the wedding because he loved Lili, but she chose younger brother Pierre to be her man, so Jacques is working in the swamp collecting moss during the wedding. While Jacques is working with old Cob, the gris-gris woman interrupts them and tells them that there is an ill woman on the path nearby who needs their help. What is a gris-gris woman? (pronounced 'gree-gree') A gris-gris woman is a gal with the power of voodoo, but in this story she is only a side-show . . . her voodoo powers are not part of the adventure. Anyway . . . . Jacques and old man Cob follow the gris-gris woman into the woods and discover a beautiful blonde gal in riding clothes laying on the ground. Jacques picks her up and they decide to take her to Pierre's house, which is nearby . . . on Pierre's wedding day. Well, let me tell you, these old boys from the Louisiana swamp land don't seem to have the same horse sense that most of us have, and I don't need to tell you what a fine mess develops. In addition to the fine mess that she creates between the two brothers there is that gunshot and chase thing . . . . Oh . . . did I forget to mention the gunshot and the chase out of the big house in the fancy neighborhood above the swamp? As our movie opens we see a fine, large home and hear a gunshot followed by our Louisiana Hussy rushing out of the house, mounting a fast horse and riding off into the swamp with a bunch of men chasing after her . . . That is what brought the hussy into the swamp area where our two brothers are selling moss . . . You know, I've lived six decades now and I've never had the need to purchase a bunch of moss . . . I've told you what a gris-gris woman is, so in exchange can anyone tell me what the good folk of Louisiana do with the silky moss that they purchase? I'm really curious, and have no way to find out unless one of you good folk watching this story can give me a clue. So pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter on it and enjoy the show . . . and then send me a note explaining what the good folk of 1959 Louisiana purchase moss for.

Betty Lynn and Nan Peterson
Betty Lynn and Nan Peterson
Betty Lynn and Peter Coe
Betty Lynn and Peter Coe
Betty Lynn and Robert Richards after the wedding
Betty Lynn and Robert Richards after the wedding
Betty Lynn and Robert Richards
Betty Lynn and Robert Richards
Betty Lynn
Betty Lynn
Harry Lauter and Nan Peterson
Harry Lauter and Nan Peterson
Howard Wright and Helen Forrest
Howard Wright and Helen Forrest
Howard Wright and Nan Peterson
Howard Wright and Nan Peterson
Howard Wright and Peter Coe
Howard Wright and Peter Coe
Howard Wright
Howard Wright
Nan Peterson
Nan Peterson
Robert Richards, Betty Lynn and Smoki Whitfield
Robert Richards, Betty Lynn and Smoki Whitfield
Nan Peterson and Helen Forrest
Nan Peterson and Helen Forrest
Nan Peterson and Robert Richards
Nan Peterson and Robert Richards
Nan Peterson
Nan Peterson
Nan Peterson and Robert Richards
Nan Peterson and Robert Richards
Nan Peterson
Nan Peterson
Nan Peterson and Helen Forrest
Nan Peterson and Helen Forrest
Nan Peterson and Robert Richards
Nan Peterson and Robert Richards
Peter Coe and Howard Wright
Peter Coe and Howard Wright
Peter Coe and Nan Peterson
Peter Coe and Nan Peterson
Peter Coe
Peter Coe
Robert Richards
Robert Richards
Robert Richards and Betty Lynn
Robert Richards and Betty Lynn
Robert Richards and Howard Wright
Robert Richards and Howard Wright
Robert Richards and Betty Lynn
Robert Richards and Betty Lynn
Robert Richards with Tyler McVey
Robert Richards with Tyler McVey
Rosalee Calvert
Rosalee Calvert
Rosalee Calvert and Nan Peterson
Rosalee Calvert and Nan Peterson
Rosalee Calvert
Rosalee Calvert
Smoki Whitfield and Harry Lauter
Smoki Whitfield and Harry Lauter
Smoki Whitfield
Smoki Whitfield
Tyler McVey
Tyler McVey
Tyler McVey
Tyler McVey