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Calamity Jane


Doris Day, Howard Keel, Allyn Ann McLerie, Philip Carey View All


David Butler (Director), James O'Hanlon (Screenplay) View All

Release: Nov. 4th, 1953
Sharpshooter Calamity Jane takes it upon herself to recruit a famous actress and bring her back to the local saloon, but jealousy soon gets in the way.
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Katie's ruse is quickly revealed but a romantic quadrangle develops as Katie develops feelings for an army lieutenant (Phillip Carey) who Calamity thinks she's in love with while Bill thinks he's in love with Katie while Calamity and Bill remain in denial about their true feelings for each other.
Despite these reservations, I still found myself registering some amusement at the first couple of musical numbers where Jane rides into town, but things gradually become less and less interesting as the film progresses, especially when the plot develops around the citizens of Deadwood wanting to se....


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