Oklahoma Annie

  • 1952
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Musical, Western

Judy Canova, in the sort of role for which she is best remembered, stars as a country-girl shopkeeper who is in love with the town's new sheriff, Dan Fraser (John Russell). Although Dan has been given the job because his predecessor wasn't on the up-and-up, not much that goes on in local government is; in fact, Bull McCready (Grant Withers) operates an...read more

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Judy Canova, in the sort of role for which she is best remembered, stars as a country-girl shopkeeper who is in love with the town's new sheriff, Dan Fraser (John Russell). Although Dan has been given the job because his predecessor wasn't on the up-and-up, not much that goes on in local

government is; in fact, Bull McCready (Grant Withers) operates an illegal gambling house with the covert approval of county supervisor Eldridge Haskell (Frank Ferguson). Canova feels plenty qualified to be a law officer herself, and when she brings in a bank robber, Dan deputizes her. Together

they begin getting the goods on the crooked pols until the baddies capture Dan, prompting Judy, the Queen of the Cowgirls, to organize the town's female population for an assault on McCready's den of inequity. Three guesses who ends up sheriff, and the first two don't count. Canova was known for

her backwoods charm and enthusiastic singing style and she demonstrates both in this moderately entertaining feature helmed by R.G. Springsteen.

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