Riding High (1943)


This musical revolves around Ann Castle, a beautiful burlesque showgirl, who takes a job performing at a ranch to raise money for her father’s silver mine. Handsome engineer Steve Baird, her father’s partner, is struggling to locate potential investors for the mine. Ann rejects Baird’s advances, the investors remain elusive and all seems lost for the engineer until he encounters Mortimer J. Slocum, a wily con man, who produces counterfeit money.

Director: George Marshall.
Stars: Dorothy Lamour, Dick Powell, Victor Moore, Gil Lamb, Cass Daley, Bill Goodwin, Rod Cameron, Glenn Langan, Milt Britton, Milt Britton’s Band, The Cameron Troupe.

1944 Academy Awards – Nominated for an Oscar for Best Sound, Recording (Loren L. Ryder).


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