Those Redheads from Seattle

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Those Redheads from Seattle
Those Redheads from Seattle film poster.jpg
Directed by Lewis R. Foster
Produced by William H. Pine
William C. Thomas
Written by Lewis R. Foster
Daniel Mainwaring
George Worthing Yates
Starring Gene Barry
Rhonda Fleming
Agnes Moorehead
Teresa Brewer
Guy Mitchell
The Bell Sisters
Distributed by Paramount Pictures
Release dates
  • September 23, 1953 (1953-09-23)
(Seattle premiere)
  • October 14, 1953 (1953-10-14)
(Los Angeles opening)
Running time
90 min.
Language English

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.[1]

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.[2] 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.


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