For the first time on home video comes a romantic saga set in the old west about two gamblers who'll need more than Lady Luck to live happily ever after.
When her father’s fortune is wiped out just before he dies, eastern socialite Coralie Adams (Priscilla Lane) promises to repay his debts and to do so the only way she knows how: by besting deep-pocketed gentlemen at high-stakes poker. Her steadfast conviction to make good causes Coralie to head west, thus delaying her marriage to fiancé Gerald Forsythe (Bruce Cabot).
While in San Francisco, Coralie is by chance reunited with dapper professional gambler James Kincaid (George Brent). Instantly smitten with each other, James’ romancing of Coralie is put on hold when he learns that Forsythe has been stealing money from his fiancée to keep his struggling “Gambler’s Luck” mine operating—a would-be bonanza that he secretly stole from her in the first place!
Determined to make things right by exposing his rival’s shady dealings, Kincaid heads to Nevada City in a race against time to save the woman he loves and reclaim her rightful ownership of the “Gambler’s Luck”.
Producer Harry Sherman borrowed stars George Brent and Priscilla Lane from Warner Brothers, as well as journeyman director Lloyd Bacon, for his production of Silver Queen (1942), which also boasts a fine cast that includes Eugene Pallette, Lynne Overman, Janet Beecher, Guinn “Big Boy” Williams, Frederick Burton, Spencer Charters, Eleanor Stewart, Herbert Rawlinson, Arthur Hunnicutt and Roy Barcroft.
Length: 80 minutes
Misc: Black & White, Full Screen, NTSC
Language: English (Original Language)