Mountain girl Trigger Hicks, a fierce loner equally handy with a rock or a prayer, is in danger of having her faith-healing mistaken for witchcraft by the neighbors. She shows a vulnerable side when John Stafford, a philandering engineer working on a new dam, is attracted to her. Matters come to a head when Trigger "rescues" an abused baby from its parents, and seeks help from the engineers.
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SUPERB! AS A LYING, THIEVING, PRAYING HELL-CAT OF THE MOUNTAINS! APRAYER ON HER LIPS...SIN IN HER HEART! (Print Ad- Ogdensburg Advance, ((Ogdensburg NY)) 22 April 1934)
Did You Know?
You trust me, don't you?
Don't trust no man farther than a shotgun can hit.
Oh, you never loved a man, then, did you?
Sure, I've loved a heap of 'em. The more I love 'em, the less I trust 'em.
At the Cross
Music by Hugh Wilson
from "Martyrdom" (1800)
Hymn by Isaac Watts
Refrain and arrangement by Ralph E. Hudson
Sung a cappella by Katharine Hepburn See more