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Timber Queen (1944)



Timber Queen

(1944)

66 minutes

Action / Adventure / Drama / Romance
 
Directed by Frank McDonald 

Cast:

Richard Arlen as Russell 'Russ' Evans
Mary Beth Hughes as Elaine Graham
June Havoc as Lil Boggs
Sheldon Leonard as Smacksie Golden
George E. Stone as Squirrel
Dick Purcell as Milt Holmes
Charles Anthony Hughes as Harold Talbot
Edmund MacDonald as Joe Birsdell
William Haade as Rawson
Clancy Cooper as Barney
Dewey Robinson as Wenzel
Horace McMahon as Rodney
Jimmy Ames as Strudel

Russ Evans (Richard Arlen), A World War II pilot discharged from the army, decides to check up on the widow of an old war buddy of his, Elaine Graham (Mary Beth Hughes). He finds her singing part time in a night club to help pay the bills, as the logging company she inherited from her husband is doing poorly. But Elaine gets an order in for a huge shipment of lumber, which could save the company form a slimy businessman who wants to take it over. Russ and his friend Squirrel (George E. Stone) volunteer to help her cut the timber for the shipment, along with her fellow night club friends Smacksie Golden (Sheldon Leonard) and his girlfriend Lil Boggs (June Havoc). Some comedic moments ensue as the night club residents work in the harsh outdoors doing physical labor. The group is under the clock to deliver the shipment in time by a plane piloted by Russ, before the company falls to the businessman. An under-rated, highly enjoyable film with a great cast and witty dialogue. 




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