Set in during the Klondike Gold Rush, a "boomtown" called Dawson sprouts up in the Yukon territory with a casino called the Klondike Club being its social focal point. However there's still plenty of moral high ground in the town who don't approve of the gambling and burlesque shows going on there, and Vance Edmonds, a transplant from Seattle, often prints editorials about this in his newspaper. Someone at the club gets fed up with this and shoots him, hoping to put a stop to the paper altogether.
Directed by Lewis R. Foster and featuring a stellar cast which includes Rhonda Fleming, Gene Barry and Agnes Moorehead, "the first 3-D musical" also contains five terrific tunes by popular recording artists Teresa Brewer, Guy Mitchell and the Bell Sisters. Historically significant as the first widescreen production from Paramount Studios, Redheads has not been seen in 1.
Review by Gary Tooze. Theatrical: Pine-Thomas Productions. Video: Kino Lorber.
Storyline: A woman takes her four beautiful daughters to Dawson City Yukon during the Gold Rush to find their fortune. User Reviews: When I saw this movie in first run,everyone in the theater laughed out loud. As the film progressed people started to make random comments aloud, increasing the laughter.
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A lightweight 3-D musical about a mother Moorehead who takes daughters Fleming, Brewer, Bell, and Bell to the Yukon to meet their father Wilcoxwho has joined the gold rush. Upon arriving they learn he's been killed, and the women are forced to find work to make ends meet. Naturally, they find romance in the frozen North as well.
All four are members of the singing sister act The Edmonds Sisters, and upon arriving in Yukon they find out their father was murdered. The four heroines get work at the saloon owned by Johnny Kisco Gene Barry. Hollywood veteran Lewis R.
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Teresa Brewer with Guy Mitchell in a musical number. Oh my God, this is a real antique. I remember seeing it as a kid so long ago.