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Deep Valley (1947)

Deep Valley (1947)





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Just as she had in High Sierra (1941), Ida Lupino enjoys a brief moment of bliss with a man on the run in this highly emotional drama from Warner Bros. She plays Libby, a mountain girl nearly deprived of speech due to her rather hostile environment in general and repressive home life in particular. A true innocent, she falls head-over-heels in love with Barry Burnett (Dane Clark), a member of a prison chain gang building a road through the wilderness. One of those convenient storms endemic to this kind of narrative allows Barry and Libby to escape into the hills but their blissful existence proves of short duration. Deep Valley was filmed on location at Big Sur and Big Bear, CA.


Ida Lupino
as Libby Saul
Dane Clark
as Barry Burnette
Wayne Morris
as Jeff Barker
Henry Hull
as Cliff Saul
Fay Bainter
as Ellie Saul
Willard Robertson
as Sheriff Akers
Jack Mower
as Supervisor
Ralph Dunn
as Deputy
Eddie Dunn
as Posse Man
Ray Teal
as Prison Official
Bob Lowell
as Convict
Ross Ford
as Convict
John Alvin
as Convict
Harry Strang
as Posse Man
Ian MacDonald
as Blast Foreman
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The film comes to a boil with its very moving conclusion, after a very slow start.

May 2, 2003 | Rating: B- | Full Review…

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