The King And Four Queens DVD

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Rauol Walsh's humorous western stars Clark Gable as fugitive Dan Kehoe, who is hiding out in a small ghost town where the only remaining inhabitants are the female members of the notorious outlaw McDade family: matriarch Ma MacDade (Jo Van Fleet) and the four young wives (played by Eleanor Parker, Jean Willes, Barbara Nichols and Sara Shane) of Mrs McDade's gunslinging sons, three of whom have been reported dead. The fourth son is expected to return home at any moment with the spoils of a recent stagecoach robbery, but as no one knows which of the four sons is still... alive, all four wives turn their attention to the bemused Kehoe - and he in turn responds to their advances, hoping to get a share of the gold. [show more]

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Released
23 February 2015
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
Simply Media 
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Runtime
86 minutes 
Features
PAL 
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5019322634775 
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Rauol Walsh's humorous western stars Clark Gable as fugitive Dan Kehoe, who is hiding out in a small ghost town where the only remaining inhabitants are the female members of the notorious outlaw McDade family: matriarch Ma MacDade (Jo Van Fleet) and the four young wives (played by Eleanor Parker, Jean Willes, Barbara Nichols and Sara Shane) of Mrs McDade's gunslinging sons, three of whom have been reported dead. The fourth son is expected to return home at any moment with the spoils of a recent stagecoach robbery, but as no one knows which of the four sons is still alive, all four wives turn their attention to the bemused Kehoe - and he in turn responds to their advances, hoping to get a share of the gold.