Amanda Blake was an American actress and animal lover, best known for playing saloon-keeper ‘Miss Kitty’ in the TV series ‘Gunsmoke,’ from 1955 to 1974. She made her film debut in the film ‘Stars in My Crown’ (1950). She worked in many films, including ‘Cattle Town’ (1952), ‘Miss Robinson Crusoe’ (1954), ‘A Star is Born’ (1954), ‘The Glass Slipper’ (1955), and ‘The Boost’ (1988).
She made several appearances in TV shows, such as ‘Studio One’ (1958), ‘The Quest’ (1976), ‘Hart to Hart’ (1983), ‘Brothers’ (1986), and ‘Gunsmoke: Return to Dodge’ (1987). She made her last appearance as ‘Mrs. Sylvia Wilson’ in the American show ‘The New Dragnet’ in 1988. She died in 1989.
Even though Ellen is in love with her playboy boss Douglas, she is too shy to express her feelings. Her roommate comes up with a plan, and decides to follow Douglas on his trip to Sun Valley.
Frank Truscott is a sea captain who observes a saloon girl Roxy McClanahan steal a wallet from one of her customers. Roxy eventually steals the identity of a sick woman with a baby, after the latter passes away, and heads off to San Francisco with the baby. She wants to find the wealthy relatives of the woman, and get an award in return for bringing the baby back.
Princess Fawzia of Ispahan, Persia, insists on marrying Prince Nur-El-Din, a cruel womanizer, against her father’s wishes. Fawzia flees the palace disguised as a boy and mistakes Hajji, a barber, as the messenger from her prince. As they try to avoid Caliph’s pursuing men while traveling to reach the Prince, they fall in love; but must face several trials before they unite.