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Calamity Jane is despatched to find out who's smuggling rifles to the Indians, and winds up married to a hapless correspondence school dentist as part of her cover.
There is also a Painless Potter traveling dentist in Erich von Stroheim's Greed (1924).
Hey listen, the man that's after you just killed my brother. Here's a tip: He draws from the left, so lean to the right.
Potter: He draws from the left so lean to the right.
Greg: Son, I'll let you in on something. Along towards sunset there's a wind from the ...
When the gunrunners arrive in the Indian village they are seen to be travelling in a covered-wagon in one shot, and on an open buckboard covered with furs in the next shot.
Remade in 1968 as The Shakiest Gun in the West (1968), starring Don Knotts and Barbara Rhoades.
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