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Bad Bascomb (1946) was a Western Film directed by S. Sylvan Simon .

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Warner Archive: Margaret O'Brien and Wallace Beery Team Up in Bad Bascomb (1946)

By KC on Aug 7, 2015 From Classic Movies

As outlaw Zed Bascomb, Wallace Beery is charmed by Mormon orphan Margaret O'Brien in Bad Bascomb (1946), an under seen western now available on DVD from Warner Archive. While Bascomb is terrorizing the Rocky Mountain territories with his gang, federal agents are on the search for the crude crimina... Read full article

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According to page 70 of "Notes For A Memoir", Janet Jeppson, second wife of Isaac Asimov, describes how she was acting as an extra in this movie on August 14, 1945, when Wallace Beery came out of his trailer to tell everyone on-site that World War II had been declared over.
"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie onMarch 1, 1948 with Wallace Beery, Coleen Gray and Margaret O'Brien reprising their film roles.
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