Approved | | Comedy, Western
Two marketing professionals hire a lookalike of classic western actor Smoky Callaway to impersonate the actor and make new films, but things go awry when the real Callaway, thought long missing, returns.
Hugh Beaumont and Fred MacMurray brush shoulders in a hotel hallway near the end of the movie. They would both go on to play iconic TV fathers in separate series - Beaumont in Leave It to Beaver (1957) and MacMurray in My Three Sons (1960).
What ever happened to your conscience?
Mike Frye: I just had it washed. I can't do a thing with it.
The whole idea that the fake Callaway can establish his foundation, sign contracts, and give away his earned money is impossible. He isn't the real Callaway and such action is unlawful and land him in jail.
Card at the end states: 'This picture was made in the spirit of fun, and was meant in no way to detract from the wholesome influence, civic mindedness and the many charitable contributions of Western idols of our American youth, or to be a portrayal of any of them.'