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Westward the Women (1951) was a Western - Drama Film directed by William A. Wellman and produced by Dore Schary.

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Patience Hawley: [to the awaiting bridegrooms] You can look us over, but don't think you're going to do the choosing! All the way from Independence, I've been staring at two things: one was this picture and the other was the rump of a mule... and don't ask me which was prettier!

Roy E. Whitman: One man's eye for beauty is another man's eyesore!

Buck Wyatt: [to Patience, as she sits with the unconscious Mrs. Maroni] Talk to her, Patience.
Patience Hawley: Thanks... what'll I use for language?

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One of three known MGM films (along with The Next Voice You Hear... and Ben-Hur) where the company's symbol, Leo the Lion, did not roar in the opening credits. (2001: A Space Odyssey uses the illustrated lion from MGM's record label, not a real lion, and so doesn't count.)
"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie onDecember 29, 1952 with Robert Taylor reprising his film role.
MGM produced a promotional short for this movie, Challenge the Wilderness.
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Also directed by William A. Wellman

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Also produced by Dore Schary

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Also released in 1951

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