Cat Ballou (1965)

Cat Ballou (1965)

The Ballad Of Cat Ballou //I have zero clue about this movie (or book) but looks so cool

CAT BALLOU - Jane Fonda as the female outlaw, 'Cat Ballou' between scenes in Colorado - Columbia Pictures - Publicity Still.

CAT BALLOU - Jane Fonda as the female outlaw, 'Cat Ballou' between scenes in Colorado - Columbia Pictures - Publicity Still.

Jane Fonda; publicity still for Cat Ballou (1965)

Cat Ballou - Jane Fonda - nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress.

"Cat Ballou" starring Jane Fonda as Cat and Lee Marvin in a dual role as Kid Shalleen and as Tim Strawn.  One very funny Western. I'm not sure I've seen a Jane Fonda flick since she opened her yap about the Vietnam War.  Nevertheless, this was a very enjoyable movie. #comedies #janefonda #westerns

Cat Ballou (1965)

'Cat Ballou,' Jane Fonda, Lee Marvin, Michael Callan, Dwayne Hickman and Nat 'King' Cole.

kinda Fonda a six shooter.....yeah I said it....

Cat Ballou is a 1965 comedic Western starring Jane Fonda and Lee Marvin. Catherine “Cat” Ballou (Fonda), an aspiring schoolteacher, is traveling …

Lee Marvin - Cat Ballou.  He won an Oscar for this performance, and his horse deserved an award, too.

He won an Oscar for this performance, and his horse, Smokey, deserved an award, too.

Lee Marvin and Julie Christy with their Oscar academy awards after the Hollywood presentation. They won the best actor and actress awards respectively for ''Cat Ballou'' and ''Darling.'' - 1966

1966 - Lee Marvin and Julie Christy with their Oscar academy awards after the Hollywood presentation. They won the best actor and actress awards respectively for ''Cat Ballou'' and ''Darling.

1966, actor Lee Marvin won Best Actor for his role in Cat Ballou. Other actors winning with him were Shelly Winters (Touch of Blue), Marty Balsam (Thousand Clowns) and Julie Christie (Darling).

actor Lee Marvin won Best Actor for his role in Cat Ballou. Other actors winning with him were Shelly Winters (Touch of Blue), Marty Balsam (Thousand Clowns) and Julie Christie (Darling).

I believe that Lee Marvin admitted that this horse had a lot to do with him…

z- Kid Shelleen (Lee Marvin)- 'Cat Ballou', 1965 (When he won the Oscar for his performance- he said the horse really was the one who should have gotten the award)

Lee Marvin (1924 - 1987) Starred in the movie "Cat Ballou", also appeared in "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance", "The Dirty Dozen" and many other films

Grave Marker- Lee Marvin - So cool what he emphasized! Starred in the movie "Cat Ballou", also appeared in "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance", "The Dirty Dozen" and many other films

Cat Ballou_ the reigning PRCA Bull of the Year. Tall and majestic, the 6-year-old Charolais and Brahman cross is 1,900 pounds of power and fury with droopy horns and a confident strut.  In his career, Cat Ballou has been ridden only four times in 49 outs at PRCA and Professional Bull Riding events.

Cat Ballou carries on in the tradition of hard-to-ride rodeo bulls

Cat Ballou carries on in the tradition of hard-to-ride rodeo bulls

The Ballad Of Cat Ballou

The Ballad Of Cat Ballou

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