The Iron Mistress
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|The Iron Mistress|
|Directed by||Gordon Douglas|
|Produced by||Henry Blanke|
|Written by||James R. Webb|
|Based on||novel by Paul Iselin Wellman|
|Cinematography||John F. Seitz|
|Release dates||19 November 1952|
|Running time||110 minutes|
|Box office||$2.9 million (US rentals)|
It was the first film Ladd made at Warner Bros after spending a decade at Paramount Pictures.
- Alan Ladd as Jim Bowie
- Virginia Mayo as Judalon de Bornay
- Joseph Calleia as Juan Moreno
- Phyllis Kirk as Ursula de Veramendi
- Alf Kjellin as Philippe de Cabanal
- Douglas Dick as Narcisse de Bornay
- Tony Caruso as "Bloody Jack" Sturdevant
- Ned Young as Henri Contrecourt
- George Voskovec as James Audubon
- Richard Carlyle as Rezin Bowie
- Robert Emhardt as Gen. Cuny
- Donald Beddoe as Dr. Cuny
Alan Ladd broke his hand on the last day of filming.
- 'Top Box-Office Hits of 1952', Variety, January 7, 1953.
- Bosley Crowther, "The Iron Mistress", New York Times, November 20, 1952 accessed July 6, 2012.
- Alan Ladd Breaks Hand Los Angeles Times (1923-Current File) [Los Angeles, Calif] 29 May 1952: 4.
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