A Lady Takes a Chance
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"A Lady Takes a Chance" is a 1943 American romantic comedy film directed by William A. Seiter and starring Jean Arthur and John Wayne. Written by Robert Ardrey and based on a story by Jo Swerling, the film is about a New York working girl who travels to the American West on a bus tour and meets and falls in love with a handsome rodeo cowboy. The film was produced for RKO Radio Pictures by Frank Ross, who was Arthur's husband at the time. The supporting cast features comedian Phil Silvers.
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- directors: William A. Seiter & Henry Hathaway
- producer: Frank Ross
- art direction by Albert S. D'Agostino & Alfred Herman
- based on a story by Jo Swerling
- music by Roy Webb
- set decoration by A. Roland Fields & Darrell Silvera
- genres: Black-and-white, Romance Film, Western, Romantic comedy, Action/Adventure, Comedy Western, Comedy, Drama
- released on (71 years ago)
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Classic Movie Fight Scenes (2017)
by Gene Freese
The John Wayne starrer A Lady Takes a Chance is a fun little film. The comedy is good-natured and appealing as two-fisted modern-day cowpoke Wayne romances big city girl Jean Arthur while on a bus trip across the west. Early on in the ...
Sixth Edition by David Thomson
A Lady Takes a Chance (43, Seiter); and earneda best actress nomination in The ...
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