Texas Lady

(1955)
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Overview

Claudette Colbert plays Prudence Webb, who arrives in the wide-open town of Fort Ralston, Texas, to assume control of her late father's newspaper. Her first major print crusade is aimed at gambler Chris Mooney (Barry Sullivan), whom Prudence holds responsible for her dad's suicide. She then takes aim at a couple of crooked cattle barons (Ray Collins and Walter Sande), who'd like nothing better than to put Prudence out of the way for keeps.

  1. Horace McCoy

    Screenplay, Story

  2. Tim Whelan

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Claudette Colbert

    Claudette Colbert

    Prudence Webb

  2. Barry Sullivan

    Barry Sullivan

    Chris Mooney

  3. Ray Collins

    Ray Collins

    Mica Ralston (rancher)

  4. James Bell

    James Bell

    Clay Ballard (Clarion owner)

  5. Horace McMahon

    Horace McMahon

    Stringer Winfield

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Texas Lady
Texas Lady

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Status Released

Release Information

  • November 23, 1955
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language English

Runtime 1h 22m

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