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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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"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie onDecember 29, 1952 with Robert Taylor reprising his film role.
Denise Darcel's French-language dialog includes a few words which prove that no one in the 1950's version of the Hays Office understood French. Some of the terms she used while angry at "Buck Wyatt" would never have gotten past the censors in English.
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.)
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