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My Friend Irma Goes West (1950) was a Comedy - Crime Film directed by Hal Walker and produced by Hal B. Wallis and Cy Howard.

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Irma Peterson: I miss my mother and father. They were just like parents to me.


Jane Stacy: Irma, are you keeping something from me that I should know?
Irma Peterson: Jane, you can beat me, you can torture me, you can rack me on the wheel, you can quarter me into six and a half pieces, but you'll never find out from me that Yvonne, the French actress, is responsible for Steve singing at the Lucky Dollar Club.


Seymour: Hear, hear! I hear there's a call for able-bodied men.
Sheriff: Yeah! Do you know one?
Seymour: I know me! I'm able! I'm a man, and despite what you think, this is a body!
[the crowd in the station laughs]
Sheriff: Sorry, son, I can't take you without your mother's permission.


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Irma is kidnapped by the "notorious Corrigan Gang". Their leader Sharpie, a ruthless murderer, is played against type by endearing, lovable director-turned-actor Lloyd Corrigan in an obvious in-joke.
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Also directed by Hal Walker




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Also produced by Hal B. Wallis




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Also released in 1950




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