Timber Queen (1944 film)
Timber Queen is a 1944 American drama film directed by Frank McDonald.
|Directed by||Frank McDonald|
|Produced by||William H. Pine|
William C. Thomas
|Written by||Edward T. Lowe Jr.|
|Music by||Willy Stahl|
|Cinematography||Fred Jackman Jr.|
|Edited by||Victor Lewis|
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
It was Arlen's last film for Pine-Thomas for a number of years until Speed to Spare (1948).
Russ Evans gets out of the service and meets Elaine, the widow of Ken, a man he served with. He helps her protect the rights to some timber land that she has inherited.
- Richard Arlen as Russell (Russ) Evans
- Mary Beth Hughes as Elaine Graham
- June Havoc as Lil Boggs
- Sheldon Leonard as Smacksie Golden
- George E. Stone as Squirrel
- Dick Purcell as Milt Holmes
- Charles Anthony Hughes as Harold Talbot
- Edmund MacDonald as Joe Birsdell
- William Haade as Rawson
- Clancy Cooper as Barney
- Dewey Robinson as Wenzel
- Horace McMahon as Rodney
- Jimmy Ames as Strudel
The film was originally called Timberman. Pine-Thomas signed Mary Beth Hughes to make this film and a musical The Duchess Rides High.
- Timber Queen Monthly Film Bulletin; London Vol. 11, Iss. 121, (Jan 1, 1944): 46.
- SCREEN NEWS HERE AND IN HOLLYWOOD New York Times 21 June 1943: 13.
- Goddard in 'All Around the Town' 'MISSION TO MOSCOW' DUE Opens at the Hollywood Today -- 'Presenting Lily Mars' Arrives at Capitol New York Times 29 Apr 1943: 25
- DRAMA AND FILM Los Angeles Times 28 June 1943: 13.
- SCREEN AND STAGE Schallert, Edwin. Los Angeles Times 15 July 1943: 12.
- Timber Queen on IMDb
- Timber Queen at TCMDB
- Timber Queen at BFI
- Review of film at Variety'
- Timber Queen is available for free download at the Internet Archive