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Saturday Cinema: Girl of the Golden West

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The first in a short season of films during BBC2's Opera Month. starring
Jeanette MacDonald , Nelson Eddy Mary Robbins is the popular owner of the Polka Saloon in Cloudy Mountain where the Sheriff, Jack Ranee , is in love with her. But a rival for Mary's affections appears on the scene: Ramerez, a handsome bandit.
Screenplay by ISABEL DAWN and BOYCE DEGAW , from the play by DAVID BELASCO Music by SIGMUND ROMBERG
Produced by WILLIAM ANTHONY MCGUIRE Directed by ROBERT Z. LEONARD

Contributors

Unknown: Jeanette MacDonald
Unknown: Nelson Eddy
Unknown: Mary Robbins
Unknown: Jack Ranee
Play By: Isabel Dawn
Unknown: Boyce Degaw
Play By: David Belasco
Music By: Sigmund Romberg
Produced By: William Anthony McGuire
Directed By: Robert Z. Leonard
Mary Robbins: Jeanette MacDonald
Ramerez: Nelson Eddy
Lt Johnson': Nelson Eddy
Jack Ranee: Walter Pidgeon
'Mosquito: Leo Carrillo
' Alabama ' ': Buddy Ebsen

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Saturday Cinema: Girl of the Golden West

BBC Two England, 31 March 1979 13.55






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