Hannah Lee

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Hannah Lee
Hannah Lee 1953 film poster.jpg
Directed by Lee Garmes, John Ireland
Produced by Jack Broder, Lee Garmes, John Ireland
Written by MacKinlay Kantor, Alford Van Ronkel
Starring Macdonald Carey
Joanne Dru
John Ireland
Music by Paul Dunlap
Cinematography Lee Garmes
Edited by Chester Schaffer
Distributed by Realart Pictures
Release date
June 27, 1953 (1953-06-27)
Running time
75 min
Country  United States
Language English

Hannah Lee (also known as Outlaw Territory and Hannah Lee: An American Primitive) is a 1953 American western film directed by Lee Garmes and John Ireland. It was originally filmed in stereoscopic 3-D Pathécolor using the twin-Camerette 3-D system by Stereo-Cine Corp.

Based on the novel "Wicked Water" by MacKinlay Kantor.

Plot[edit]

Bus Crow (Macdonald Carey), a professional gunfighter from Texas arrives in Pearl City looking for work, where he makes an impression on the locals at "Hannah's Place", a saloon run by Hallie (Joanne Dru). This leads to him being hired by ranchers to convince squatters to leave the area. U.S. Marshal Sam Rochelle (John Ireland) is brought in to investigate some murders and suspects Crow is responsible.

External links[edit]