This Hollywood (USA) movie starring Buddy Ebsen and Keir Dullea is an American western about 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 (source: Wikipedia).
"Mail Order Bride" (1964) is offbeat and comforting and reminds humanity of the way stories about interactive populism characterize progressive teamwork.
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?
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