Life on the wagon train, Patience (Hope Emerson) with Rose (Beverly Dennis), Mrs. Maroni (Renata Vanni) with son Tony (Guido Martufi), guide Wyatt (Robert Taylor) with boss Whitman (John McIntire) and Ito (Henry Nakamura), in Westward The Women, 1952.
Opening conversation between visionary California rancher Whitman (John McIntyre) and crusty trail guide Buck Wyatt (Robert Taylor), introducing the premise (from Frank Capra's idea) in William A. Wellman's Westward The Women, 1952.
Harry (Burgess Meredith) knows he and car salesman Tom (George Murphy) are rivals for the same girl (Ginger Rogers), but doesn't mention it, in Tom, Dick And Harry, 1941, directed by Garson Kanin.
Following a proposal from Tom (George Murphy), Janie (Ginger Rogers) lies awake wondering, her first marriage fantasy in director Garson Kanin's Tom, Dick and Harry, 1941.
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