TV-PG | | Comedy, Western
A widow stirs things up in a western town by raising sheep instead of cattle, and organizing the local women to demonstrate for women's suffrage.
The sheepherders reference an actual sheep and cattle feud called "The Pleasant Valley War" between the cattle-raising Graham family and the sheep-raising Tewksbury family. The feud lasted for nearly ten years, and was immortalized by Zane Grey in his book, ... ...
If I had thought about it, we would have stopped to eat north of the deadline.
Josie Minick: The what?
Jason Meredith: The deadline. We passed it about ten minutes back. Sheep to the south, cattle to the north.
Josie Minick: I don't know anything about a deadline.
Jason Meredith: Well, there's nothing ...
Josie gets caught on a roll of flypaper, the type of which was not invented until 50 years after the movie was set.
$1,320,000 (USA) (31 December 1968)
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