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Mail Order Bride (1964 film)

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Director  Burt Kennedy
Art directors  Stan Jolley, George Davis
Country  United States
6/10 IMDb

Genre  Western
Duration  
Language  English
Mail Order Bride (1964 film) movie poster
Release date  March 11, 1964 (1964-03-11)
Writer  Van Cort (story), Burt Kennedy
Cast  Buddy Ebsen (Will Lane), Keir Dullea (Lee Carey), Lois Nettleton (Annie Boley), Warren Oates (Jace), BarBara Luna (Marietta), Paul Fix (Sheriff Jess Linley)
Similar movies  Interstellar, Sex Tape, No Escape, The Peanuts Movie, We're the Millers, Lymelife
Tagline  All you need for a hillbilly weddin' is a guy, a gal and a shotgun!

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Mail Order Bride is a 1964 Western film starring Buddy Ebsen, Keir Dullea and Lois Nettleton, directed by Burt Kennedy. The screenplay concerns an old man who pressures the wild son of a dead friend into marrying a mail-order bride in an attempt to settle him down.

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Plot

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Retired lawman Will Lane promises to look after a dying friend's son. He is given the deed to the man's Montana ranch and instructed not to let the friend's son, Lee Carey, have it until Lee gives up his immature ways.

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One provision is that Lee must marry. Will uses a catalog to look for a suitable wife. He ends up finding Annie Boley, a widow in Kansas City with a six-year-old son, working in a saloon for Hanna, who originally placed the ad in the catalog.

Lee agrees to marry her, with ranch hand Jace as his best man, but assures Annie that their marriage will be in name only, with no other marital obligations. Lane learns that Jace has been stealing cattle. Lee refuses to believe it until Jace proposes they rustle together and leave the ranch in ruins.

When Jace starts a fire with the boy still inside the house, Lee rescues him and comes to his senses. An angry Will believes Lee conspired with Jace to steal the herd and disgustedly gives him the deed. But Lee realizes he cares for his new family and asks Will to help him get back the cattle. They corner Jace in town and in a shootout Jace is killed.

Lee vows to rebuild the ranch and Will rides back to Kansas City to court Hanna.

Cast

  • Buddy Ebsen as Will Lane
  • Keir Dullea as Lee Carey
  • Lois Nettleton as Annie Boley
  • Warren Oates as Jace
  • Barbara Luna as Marietta
  • Paul Fix as Sheriff Jess Linley
  • Marie Windsor as Hanna
  • Denver Pyle as Preacher Pope
  • References

    Mail Order Bride (1964 film) Wikipedia
    Mail Order Bride (1964 film) IMDb Mail Order Bride (1964 film) themoviedb.org


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