Approved | | Comedy, Western
In the late 1800s, 2 east coast sales ladies decide to stop selling corsets and head West to sell barbed wire to Texas cowboys but they face opposition from big ranchers who fear that steel wire would hurt cattle.
According to an article in the November 8, 1955 issue of The Hollywood Reporter, Betty Grable was set to play Miss Rose Gillray.
Is something wrong, ma'am?
Molly Wade: I just thought that gun was loaded.
Joel Kingdom: Well, it is. But, don't let that worry you. I haven't shot myself a pretty gal in a heap of years.
Moving shadow of the boom microphone on the wall of the jail (upper right of the frame) with the two tied-up jailers after Rogers and Channing are sprung by Arness.
Opening credits prologue: 1897!
America was feeling its strength and had come of age as a nation.
The American Salesman was telling anyone who cared to listen that it was a man's world. The American woman agreed . . . . . and prepared to take it away from him.
This is the story of the first traveling saleslady in America and HOW she got that way!!