Bad Bascomb (film)
|Directed by||S. Sylvan Simon|
|Produced by||Orville O. Dull|
|Written by||D. A. Loxley (story)
William R. Lipman
|Music by||David Snell|
|Edited by||Ben Lewis|
"Bad" Bascomb (Beery) is a notorious outlaw wanted by federal marshals after outwitting every group sent to capture him. He and fellow bandit Bart Ramsay (Naish), a cold-blooded killer, have again eluded the marshalls by joining a Mormon wagon train heading to Utah. They pretend to be helpful, and Bascomb becomes fond of an admiring little girl played by O'Brien. Beery eventually distances himself from the other thief and saves the wagon train from an attack by Indians, before being taken captive by the law at the end of the movie.
- Wallace Beery as Zed Bascomb
- Margaret O'Brien as Emmy
- Marjorie Main as Abbie Hanks
- J. Carrol Naish as Bart Ramsey
- Frances Rafferty as Dora McCabe
- Marshall Thompson as Jimmy Holden
- Henry O'Neill as Governor Winton
According to MGM records the film earned $2,384,000 in the US and Canada and $1,261,000 elsewhere, leading to an overall profit of $648,000.
- The Eddie Mannix Ledger, Los Angeles: Margaret Herrick Library, Center for Motion Picture Study.
- Variety film review; February 6, 1946.
- Harrison's Reports film review; February 9, 1946, page 22.
- Bad Bascomb at the TCM Movie Database
- Bad Bascomb at the Internet Movie Database
- Bad Bascomb at AllMovie
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