Those Redheads from Seattle
|Those Redheads from Seattle|
|Directed by||Lewis R. Foster|
|Produced by||William H. Pine
William C. Thomas
|Written by||Lewis R. Foster
George Worthing Yates
The Bell Sisters
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
Those Redheads from Seattle (1953) is an American feature film, produced in 3-D and Technicolor, starring Rhonda Fleming, Gene Barry, and Agnes Moorehead, directed by Lewis R. Foster, and released by Paramount Pictures.
In September 2006, the film was shown in 3-D for the first time in 50 years at the World 3-D Expo in Hollywood. Although Kiss Me Kate, released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer in November 1953, is often referred to as the first 3-D musical, Those Redheads from Seattle was released a month earlier.
After her husband is killed, a woman (Moorehead) takes her four unmarried daughters to Alaska during the 1898 Gold Rush to help their father, not knowing he was already dead.
When they find out, one becomes a dancer and singer and one becomes a nurse and the other two run the newspaper that was once belonged to their father, trying to run out the owner of the Burlesque club.
- Rhonda Fleming as Kathie Edmonds
- Gene Barry as Johnny Kisco
- Agnes Moorehead as Mrs. Edmonds
- Teresa Brewer as Pat Edmonds
- Jean Parker as Liz
- Guy Mitchell as Joe Keenan
- Those Redheads from Seattle at the TCM Movie Database
- Those Redheads from Seattle at IMDB
- on YouTube
- Still from film for Maryland Film Festival screening (May 5, 2012)
- The Passionate Moviegoer (July 22, 2010)
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