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Cat Ballou

Cat Ballou ★★★½ 1965

At the turn of the century, a schoolmarm turns outlaw with the help of a drunken gunman. Marvin played Kid Shelleen and his silvernosed evil twin Tim Strawn in this cheery spoof of westerns. Cole and Kaye sing the narration in a one of a kind Greek chorus. 96m/C VHS, DVD . Jane Fonda, Lee Marvin, Michael Callan, Dwayne Hickman, Reginald Denny, Nat King Cole, Stubby Kaye, Robert Phillips; D: Elliot Silverstein; W: Frank Pierson; C: Jack Marta; M: Frank DeVol. Oscars '65: Actor (Marvin); Berlin Intl. Film Fest. '65: Actor (Marvin); British Acad. '65: Actor (Marvin); Golden Globes '66: Actor— Mus./Comedy (Marvin); Natl. Bd. of Review '65: Actor (Marvin).

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