Renegade Girl is a 1946 American western film directed by William Berke.
Taking place in rural Missouri, 1864, the area is far from the front lines and has been torn apart by partisan and guerrilla warfare, leaving it at the mercy of outlaws. Jean Shelby (Ann Savage) comes from a family of southern sympathizers, herself included. She gets information from Union soldiers and provides it to her brother with hopes of helping the confederacy.
|author||Edwin V. Westrate|
|editor||Arthur A. Brooks|
|keywords||across the border act alan curtis ann savage burn chief thundercloud cut edmund cobb guerrilla warfare help kill kiss married meet morning native american nothing on the road prisoner of war rid russell wade set up shoot surround talk their way union soldier wander want wound|
|publisher||Screen Guild Productions|