A Big Hand for the Little Lady
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"A Big Hand for the Little Lady" is a 1966 Technicolor western film, made by Eden Productions Inc. and released by Warner Bros. The movie was produced and directed by Fielder Cook from a screenplay by Sidney Carroll, adapted from their TV play Big Deal in Laredo which aired on the The DuPont Show of the Week in 1962.
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- written by Sidney Carroll
- cinematography by Lee Garmes
- music by David Raksin
- set decoration by Ralph S. Hurst
- genres: Western, Action/Adventure, Comedy Western, Comedy
- tagline: All the action you can take...all the adventure you can wish for!
- released in (49 years ago)
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by Caryn Hannan
A Big Hand for the Little Lady, and A Fine ...
Sixth Edition by David Thomson
Fonda triedtodiscover a more mischievous, warped character, especially in subcomic Westerns—but with mixed success: A Big Hand for the Little Lady (66, Fielder Cook); Welcome toHard Times (67, Burt Kennedy);Firecreek (67,Vincent ...
by Jerry Roberts
with its battle of wills between Van Heflin and Everett Sloan; Sidney Carroll's expansion of Big Deal in Laredo into A Big Hand for the Little Lady (1965), with Henry Fonda, Joanne ...
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