Director: Robert Z. Leonard
Cast: Jeanette MacDonald, Nelson Eddy, Walter Pidgeon, Leo Carrillo, Buddy Ebsen, Leonard Penn,
Priscilla Lawson, Cliff Edwards, H.B. Warner, Monty Woolley
Songs: "Soldiers of Fortune," "Shadows on the Moon," "Gentle Wind in the Trees," Senorita," "Mariache," "The West Ain't Wild Any Mo," and "Who Are We To Say"
Music by Sigmund Romberg. Lyrics by Gus Kahn.
Based on a 1905 stage play by David Belasco, this was the fourth teaming of MacDonald and Eddy. It was another hit for MGM and new songs were written by Sigmund Romberg for the film version. Both stars were quite suited to the Old California background, where the story takes place. MacDonald plays Mary Robbins, the girl who runs the local town saloon. Eddy plays the feared bandit Ramerez, with a heart of gold. Walter Pidgeon plays the sheriff who wants to marry the girl but in the end, Nelson Eddy wins out.