G | | Comedy, Western
When the town's sole blacksmith vows to leave because he was stood up by his mail-order bride from the East, the panicked townsfolk scramble to find him a surrogate wife.
Dan Blocker (Charley) and Jack Elam (Kittrick) appeared on Bonanza (1959).
It ain't right, stealin' a man's anvil.
Indian Tom: Let's steal his trunk.
The opening credits pan through an old-time western catalog, with actors listed alongside their respective role or characterization: Jim Backus ("Support Staunch for Mayor and Sheriff"); Wally Cox (Acme Hauling and Construction Company); Jack Elam - (Solid Gold Spectacles... character is near-sighted); Henry Jones (Hanson's Atristic Tonsorial Saloon and Funeral Parlor); Stubby Kaye (Spirits... saloon-keeper); Mickey Rooney ("Dumb Bells").
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