I, Pearl Hart: A Western Story
Pearl Hart, dubbed the Bandit Queen, was the first woman ever to be sentenced to the Yuma Penitentiary in the Arizona Territory. The story of how she went from a conventional home in Toledo, Ohio to becoming a gambler's wife, a singer, and ultimately, a convict, is brought to vivid life in this powerful drama.
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