Ms. Lowe is a fictional character in the 1973 western film "The Train Robbers". The character is played by actress Ann-Margret.

In the film, Ms. Lowe is depicted as a wealthy and powerful woman who hires the main character, played by John Wayne, to help her recover a valuable cache of gold that has been stolen from her late husband. Despite her wealth and status, Ms. Lowe is depicted as being a strong and independent woman, who is not afraid to take matters into her own hands and get involved in the dangerous and often violent world of the American frontier.

Throughout the film, Ms. Lowe proves to be a formidable ally to John Wayne's character, and she is depicted as being intelligent, confident, and resourceful, with a dry wit and a no-nonsense demeanor. Ann-Margret's performance as Ms. Lowe is notable for its energy, charisma, and sex appeal, and she adds a touch of glamour and excitement to the film's thrilling world of adventure and frontier justice.