Girl in the Woods

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Girl in the Woods
Directed by Tom Gries
Produced by Marcy Klauber
Harry L. Mandell
Written by Oliver Crawford
Marcy Klauber
Starring Forrest Tucker
Music by Albert Glasser
Cinematography Jack A. Marta
Edited by Douglas Stewart
AB-PT Pictures
Distributed by Republic Pictures
Release date
June 1, 1958
Running time
71 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Girl in the Woods is a 1958 drama film directed by Tom Gries. It stars Forrest Tucker and Margaret Hayes.[1]


Steve and Bell Cory arrive in timber country, where Bell is eager to begin a new life, tired of moving from place to place and weary of Steve's gambling habit. A lumber baron, Whitlock, has recently laid claim to land belonging to another man, who begins poaching logs from him.

Whitlock's foreman, Big Jim, offers a job to Steve, who must fend off romantic advances from Jim's young and restless daughter, Sonda. In a snit over Steve's rejection, Sonda helps point out the whereabout of the man Whitlock's after, who is then shot, with Steve being blamed. Bell is furious with Steve's behavior until finally realizing that none of it has been his fault.



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