The Iron Mistress

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The Iron Mistress is a 1952 film drama starring Alan Ladd as Jim Bowie. It ends with his marriage to Ursula de Veramendi and does not deal with Bowie's death at the Battle of the Alamo. It was the first film Ladd made at Warner Bros. read more

The Iron Mistress is a 1952 film drama starring Alan Ladd as Jim Bowie. It ends with his marriage to Ursula de Veramendi and does not deal with Bowie's death at the Battle of the Alamo. It was the first film Ladd made at Warner Bros. after spending a decade at Paramount Pictures.

Original Release

11/19/1952

Cast

Alan Ladd Jim Bowie
Virginia Mayo Judalon de Bornay
Joseph Calleia Juan Moreno
Phyllis Kirk Ursula de Varamendi
Alf Kjellin Philippe de Cabanal
Douglas Dick Narcisse de Bornay
Anthony Caruso Black Jack Sturdevant (as Tony Caruso)
Nedrick Young Henri Contrecourt (as Ned Young)
George Voskovec John James Audubon
Richard Carlyle Rezin Bowie
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Gordon Douglas

Writers

James R. Webb, Paul Wellman

Cast

Alan Ladd Jim Bowie
Virginia Mayo Judalon de Bornay
Joseph Calleia Juan Moreno
Phyllis Kirk Ursula de Varamendi
Alf Kjellin Philippe de Cabanal
Douglas Dick Narcisse de Bornay
Anthony Caruso Black Jack Sturdevant (as Tony Caruso)
Nedrick Young Henri Contrecourt (as Ned Young)
George Voskovec John James Audubon
Richard Carlyle Rezin Bowie
Robert Emhardt Gen. Cuny
Don Beddoe Dr. Cuny (as Donald Beddoe)
Sarah Selby Mrs. Bowie
Jean Del Val
Eugene Borden
Harold Gordon Andrew Marschalk
Jay Novello Judge Crain
Nick Dennis Nez Coupe
Dick Paxton John Bowie
George J. Lewis Col. Wells

Producers

Editors

Alan Crosland Jr.

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