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The Groom Wore Spurs (1951)

03/13/1951 (US) Comedy 1h 20m

Lawyer Ginger Rogers is hired to keep dumb cowboy Jack Carson out of trouble.

Overview

Pretty female attorney Abigail "AJ" Furnival is hired to keep high-flying cowboy movie star Ben Castle out of trouble in Las Vegas. Despite his many faults, Abigail falls in love with and marries Ben, with the hope that she can mold him into the virtuous hero he plays on the screen.

  1. Richard Whorf

    Director

  2. Frank Burt

    Screenplay

  3. Robert Libott

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Ginger Rogers

    Ginger Rogers

    AJ Furnival

  2. Jack Carson

    Jack Carson

    Ben Castle

  3. Joan Davis

    Joan Davis

    Alice Dean

  4. Stanley Ridges

    Stanley Ridges

    Harry Kallen

  5. John Litel

    John Litel

    Uncle George

  6. James Brown

    James Brown

    Steve Hall

  7. Victor Sen Yung

    Victor Sen Yung

    Ignacio

  8. Mira McKinney

    Mrs. Forbes

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Full Cast & Crew

Status Released

Original Language English

Budget -

Revenue -

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Content Score

64

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