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|The Girl and the Gambler|
|Directed by||Lew Landers|
James Anderson (assistant)
|Produced by||Cliff Reid|
|Written by||Joseph A. Fields|
Clarence Upson Young
|Based on||play The Dove by Willard Mack|
|Music by||Roy Webb|
The Girl and the Gambler is a 1939 Western film, from RKO Radio Pictures, starring Tim Holt. It was an early starring Western for Holt, who soon replaced George O'Brien as the studio's main Western star.
It was originally called The Dove.
The New York Times called it "a dead duck".
- The Dove (1927)
- "The Girl and the Gambler: Detail View". American Film Institute. Retrieved April 12, 2014.
- The Girl and the Gambler at the TCM Movie Database
- Richard Jewell & Vernon Harbin, The RKO Story. New Rochelle, New York: Arlington House, 1982. p132
- Schallert, Edwin (May 10, 1939). "R.K.O. Will Release Laurel-Hardy Comedy: Donat Films Named Stevenson Gets Lead Newlywed Series Set Guild Plans Cinema MacMurray Testing". Los Angeles Times. p. 19.
- FRANK S. NUGENT. (June 28, 1939). "THE SCREEN". New York Times. p. 24.
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