Jesse James' Women

Jesse James' Women is a 1954 American Technicolor Western film starring as well as directed, co-produced and co-written by Don "Red" Barry, who portrays Jesse James. The supporting cast features Peggie Castle and Jack Buetel. Filming took place in Silver Creek, Mississippi.

Jesse James' Women
Directed byDon "Red" Barry
(as Donald Barry)
Produced byDon "Red" Barry
(as Donald Barry)
Screenplay byWilliam R. Cox
(as William Cox)
Don "Red" Barry
(as Donald Barry)
Based onDon "Red" Barry
(as Donald Barry)
T.V. Garraway
Lloyd Royal
StarringDon "Red" Barry
Peggie Castle
Jack Buetel
Lita Baron
Music byWalter Greene
CinematographyKenneth Peach
Edited byBarton Hayes
Distributed byUnited Artists
Release date
  • September 4, 1954 (1954-09-04)
Running time
84 minutes
CountryUnited States
Box office$2,600,000[1]

Plot summary

Jesse James is posing as a rancher whilst his gang is laying low. He uses various women to plan his robberies.


  • Don "Red" Barry as Jesse James (as Donald Barry)
  • Peggie Castle as Waco Gans
  • Jack Buetel as Frank James
  • Lita Baron as Delta
  • Michael Carr as Bob Ford (as Mike Carr)
  • Joyce Barrett as Caprice Clark
  • Sam Keller as Cole Younger
  • Betty Brueck as Cattle Kate Kennedy
  • James Clayton as Cameo Jane (as Cully Abrell)
  • Laura Lea as Angel Botts
  • Alton Hillman as Champ O'Toole (as Al Hillman)
  • Curtis Dossett as Banker Clark (as Curtiss Dossert)
  • Jimmie Hammons as Sheriff Clem Botts
  • Mac McAllister as Ace, O'Toole's Manager
  • Frank Cunningham as Pete



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