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This rather unusual 50s western is set in a town where men may not enter. The town is controlled by a woman gambler who eventually succumbs to the allure of a handsome and persistent cowboy.
The Carlyle Dancers are the chorus girls featured at the Paradise Saloon, with The Four Dandies as the quartet of singing waiters, and an uncredited acrobatic balancing act, all three also featured in Hollywood Varieties (1950), a film by the Lippert Productions of January 1950.
Iron Mae McLeod:
All right, boys, the gambling tables are open. Get your picks and shovels, girls - the gold rush is on.
During the shoot-out, Uncle Barney brings his hands to his ears, and then covers his head, but the explosion of the safe upstairs only takes place after his gesture; however, he duplicates the gesture after the explosion, keeping in character.