Golden Girl (1951)

Approved   |    |  Drama, Musical, Western


Golden Girl (1951) Poster

Against the background of the Civil War, sixteen-year-old song-and-dance artiste Lotta Crabtree works her way across America, becoming ever more popular.


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15 November 2005 | wyatte-1
8
| Era/History Satisfying
How could I have lived 61 years & not properly appreciated the talent & beauty of Mitzi Gaynor?

She was great...she has the rare ability to present innocence, freshness, and be quite sexy....what a lady.

The story of the Bella Union, or at least some of it was fascinating to me.

I only wish there had been something said of her visit to Tombstone Arizona, the Birdcage Theater, which also hosted Eddie Foy, shortly after Wyatt Earp & Doc Holliday spent evenings in the, then new, Birdcage.

Could anyone elaborate on the historical accuracy of her relationship with a Southern Officer? Since she never married, it leaves one wondering.

This movie, along with South Pacific will initiate many searches/viewings of Mitzi Gaynor movies.

Does anyone here have any further info on Mitzi Gaynor's present activities....still making appearances?....healthy?

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