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The legendary Jane Russell, The Outlaw, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, scorches the screen as outlaw Belle Starr in this spectacular 1952 RKO Trucolor Western. When the infamous Dalton Boys fall out with the sharp shooting Belle Starr (Jane Russell), she decides to form her own outlaw gang and quickly becomes the scourge of the Oklahoma Territories with a big bounty on her beautiful head. Disguising herself as a widowed showgirl, she hides away at the Birdcage gambling parlour and saloon, intending to rob the place at the first opportunity. But what Belle hasn t reckoned on is falling in love with the saloon owner Tom Bradfield (George Brent) - or the Dalton Boys riding into town looking for revenge...Montana Belle boasts a supporting cast containing top Western stars including Forrest Tucker, Andy Devine and Jack Lambert - and Jane Russell herself performing two unforgettable cabaret songs, The Gilded Lily and My Swethearts The Man In The Moon. This Western classic has now been digitally restored and remastered and is available to own on UK DVD for the very first time.
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Janey plays Belle Starr in probably the most colourful rendition of the outlaw gal and shows she could actually act, despite all the odds against - i.e. gaudy Trucolor, dismal script and George Brent.
There are compensations - the ever-reliable Forrest Tucker and the magnificent Ray Teal - why has he never been canonised for all his marvellous western contributions? And it does have a great shoot-out finale.
See it and savour it!
The Odeon DVD has a smudgy, slightly digitized look to it but it's more than watchable.
hollywood it is a good western and it has a very good story behind it