The Cowboy and the Lady1938
Directed by H.C. Potter, and written by S.N. Behrman (screenplay), "The Cowboy and the Lady" (also known as "Dama e il cowboy, La", "Mein Mann, der Cowboy") is a Comedy/Drama/Romance/Western film, released on November 10 of 1938 in the USA , starring Gary Cooper, Merle Oberon, Patsy Kelly, Walter Brennan, Fuzzy Knight and Mabel Todd.
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Who is the director of "The Cowboy and the Lady":
The Cowboy and the Lady was directed by H.C. Potter, an American director, and writer.
Before directing The Cowboy and the Lady, H.C. Potter had directed The Shopworn Angel, released in 1938, Romance in the Dark (1938), The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (1938), The Goldwyn Follies (1938), Beloved Enemy (1936). Since, he directed The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle, released in 1939, Blackmail (1939), Congo Maisie (1940), Second Chorus (1940), Hellzapoppin' (1941), and The Farmer's Daughter (1947).
When was "The Cowboy and the Lady" released:
The Cowboy and the Lady was initally released in the United States on Thursday, November 10, 1938. Also released on Thursday, November 10, 1938 has been Gang Bullets (dir. Lambert Hillyer). This was eighty (80) years ago.
It has been released on Thursday, June 08, 1939 in France; Thursday, August 03, 1950 in Germany; Thursday, May 11, 1939 in Italy and on Thursday, January 25, 1940 in Japan.
Who is at the casting of "The Cowboy and the Lady":
At the casting of The Cowboy and the Lady we find Gary Cooper, previously seen in The Adventures of Marco Polo (1938) and Bluebeard's Eighth Wife (1938); Merle Oberon (The Divorce of Lady X (1938), Beloved Enemy (1936)); Patsy Kelly (There Goes My Heart (1938), Merrily We Live (1938)) [ more... ]
- Berton Churchill and Emma Dunn, Walter Walker can be seen in Hard to Handle, released in 1933.
- Patsy Kelly, Walter Walker and Charles Richman can be seen in Thanks a Million, released in 1935.
- Charles Richman and Fuzzy Knight, Emma Dunn can also be seen in George White's 1935 Scandals, released in 1935.
- Frederick Vogeding and Gary Cooper, Walter Brennan can be seen in Meet John Doe, released in 1941.
- Walter Walker and Henry Kolker, Harry Davenport also appeared in Marie Antoinette, released in 1938.
- Patsy Kelly, Fuzzy Knight and Henry Kolker also appeared in The Girl from Missouri, released in 1934.
What is the Storyline of "The Cowboy and the Lady":
Mary Smith (Merle Oberon), daughter of presidential hopeful Horace Smith (Henry Kolker), has lived a cloistered life free of any scandal. Although she is devoted to her father and supports his political aspirations, she longs for a life of her own. Believing she needs some excitement in her life, Mary's free-spirited Uncle Hannibal (Harry Davenport) takes her dancing at a nightclub, which the police raid for gambling. When Horace learns that press reporters have discovered Mary's name on the police report, [...]
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