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Left to Right: Betsy Galbraith, Joyce Wood, Joe Wilbourne, Jackie Frazier, Myra Draper, Dick Hite, Loretta Scott. Inset : Preston Hancock. RUMPELSTILSKIN M usic Preston Hancock Lyrics Leroy McFarland CAST . King Tutter . Prince Stoutheart . Princess Fairest . Rumpelstilskin . Nobody Once upon a time in the far off kingdom of Allisvain lived good King Tutter. His daughter, Princess Fairest, was the most beautiful girl in the kingdom. In fact, it may be said, her beauty was the source of King Tutter’s good name, reputa¬ tion and fame. Princess Fairest chanced to fall in love with Prince Stoutheart, who was from a neighboring kingdom. King Tutter, when asked by the prince for his daughter’s hand in marriage, at first refused. For you see, without her he would have had no distinction. Later he agreed to let the prince wed his daughter, if she could prove her love for him by spinning straw into gold. When Rumpelstilskin did the task for her, at first her father refused. Later the king agreed to abdicate the throne, so the prince could rule alone and have the princess for his bride. When Rumpelstilskin returned to get the first-born child promised by the princess, she refused to let the child go. When she guessed his name, he agreed that she could keep the child and Rumpelstilskin left in anger. 4 no } Joe Wilbourne.. Dick Hite. Myra Draper . . . Betsy Galbraith Loretta Scott. . . THE PIONEER
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WHY THE CHIMES RANG By Elizabeth McFadden Top, Left to Right: Betty Jean Carper, Bill Scott, Glenn Burroughs, Joe Powell. Bottom: Ray Lee, Mary Ellen Whitmore, Bill Parris, Dick Hite, Lewis Garst, John Miller, Vance Price, Bill Scott, Betty Jean Carper. CAST Bill Scott. Ilolger Glenn Burroughs. Steen Joe Powell. Uncle Bertel Betty Jean Carper. Old Woman Gordon Hancock. Candle Boy DickHite. Priest Betty Parrish. Young Lady Mary Ellen Whitmore. Rich Lady John Miller. Old Man Vance Price. Rich Man Raymond Lee. King Joyce Wood. Angel Mr. Blake W. Liddle. Director 109 k fir NINETEEN FIFTY
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Left to Right: Juanita Agee, Jackie Doss, Joan Haupt, Charles Carper, James Johnson, Richard Moran, Joan Crawford, Bobby Cofer, Nell Eller, Corbin Wade, Lewis Garst, Helen Ilarter, Mary Ellen Whitmore, Betty Sellers, Judy Furrow. THE BELLS OF CAPISTRANO Book and Lyrics by Charles O. Roos and Juanita E. Roos Music by Charles Wakefield Cadman CAST . Ramon Ortego . Marian Alden . James Alden . Professor Anderson . Laura Anderson . Billy Burns . Jake Kraft . Pose . None eta . Lone Eagle . Gow Long Bobby Cofer. .. . Joan Crawford . Richard Moran. Dick Normoyle. Nell Eller. Corbin Wade . . . Jimmy Johnson. . Charles Carper Joan Haupt. Dick Hite. Lewis Garst. .. . Rancho Ortego is under the dark cloud of a mortgage held by Jake Kraft. Recent drought and mysterious disappearance of all but one herd of cattle lend credence to a legendary Indian curse which Medicine Man Pose says will be lifted only when the Mission bells shall ring ag ain. Professor Anderson, his sister, Laura, and students arrive at the ranch. Marian comes for a visit, accompanied by her father, James Alden, who is intent on restoring the ruined Mission. Marian, viewing an old painting, discovers it to be a secret map of a most valuable mine. After hearing Jake Kraft coerce the Indians into accepting his plan to rustle the last herd and thus assure himself an opportunity to foreclose, Noneeta begs Lone Eagle to save the ranch. Lone Eagle promises to bring back the herd on the night of the full moon. Noneeta realizes too late that Lone Eagle, by doing this, will be held a traitor to his tribe and sentenced to death. When the herd is stolen, Noneeta tells Marian of Lone Eagle’s predicament. Noneeta slips away and rings the bells herself; but the Indians, fearing Jake Kraft’s treachery, surround the Mission and sullenly refuse entrance to anyone. The bells ring; Lone Eagle brings back the herd. The Indians, believing all that has happened is by will of the gods, are reconciled. The prospect of developing the mine means future happiness for all. 4 111 }[ - NINETEEN FIFTY
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