Go West, Young Girl movie
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  • The problem is that she's totally naive in the ways of the west
  • What I like about Go West, Young Girl is Valentine herself

    • by Orrymain

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      I actually only saw Go West, Young Girl for the first time last year. It’s another Karen Valentine movie from 1978 that relies on her innocent, cutesy, and even spunky persona to succeed. She plays Netty Booth, an Eastern reporter who wants to go west to make a name for herself as a journalist. The problem is

      that she’s totally naive in the ways of the west. If not for Gilda Corin (Sandra Will), she’d be totally lost. Corin is all west. She’s a Calamity Jane of sorts.

      What I like about Go West, Young Girl is Valentine herself. I just love how cutesy ways and how she gets into all the messes that ...

      • she does. I also love the theme song, which is song repeatedly during the movie. The movie itself is a set up for a TV series that never became reality, but all of the markings are there.

        What I didn’t like was the subplot concerning Billy the Kid, who is supposed to Corin’s brother. The two girls believe

        he’s alive, and that’s what ultimately keeps them together and sets up a potential TV series. I just found that convenient and cheap.

        There are some funny bits in Go West, Young Girl, so I actually do enjoy watching it, but it’s a B-movie at best, even with the talents of Stuart Whitman, Richard Jaeckel, and David Dukes added to the mix.

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