Paramount's Pine-Thomas production unit takes the plunge into the 3-D craze in Those Redheads from Seattle. The titular carrot-tops are played by Rhonda Fleming, Teresa Brewer and Cynthia and Kay Bell, as members of a singing-sister act. Arriving in the Yukon during the Gold Rush days in the company of their mother (Agnes Moorehead), the four heroines get work at the saloon owned by Johnny Kisco (Gene Barry). What plot there is concerns Kathy Edmond's (Fleming) search for her father's murderer, who may or may not be Kisco. Despite all the heady competition, the film is stolen by the diminutive Teresa Brewer, who sings practically everything except "Music Music Music."~Hal Erickson
2006 Interview with Rhonda Fleming
Audio Commentary by Film Historians Hillary Hess, Greg Kintz, Jack Theakston and Bob Furmanek
Great 3D with depth and out of the screen effects. If it was restored by the 3D Film Archive, you know your going to get the best 3D.
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Fun, old fashioned 3D movie!
I enjoyed this movie more than I thought I would. The story is interesting, and the 3D is very good. It has been lovingly restored. If you are a fan of older movies and enjoy 3D, then this should be in your collection.