Mail Order Bride (1964)
Original U.S. One Sheet
27" x 41"
Condition: Fine, Very Good, Folded
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Elderly Will Lane arranges marriage of wild son of dead friend to tame him. Mail Order Bride (released outside the U.S. as “West of Montana”), the 1964 Burt Kennedy romantic comedy cowboy western (“Why settle for a plain ole bride when I already got me a FANCY lady”; “He’s gonna marry respectable… Even if it takes a shotgun to do it.”; “He laid down the law with his fists!”; “where you can buy a woman like you’d buy a whiskey!”; “‘I ain’t gonna swap my fancy lady for no plain ole catalog bride'”; “‘He’s gonna marry respectable if’n it takes a shotgun wedding’ to do it.'”; with a screen play by Warren Oates and Burt Kennedy) starring Buddy Ebsen (best remembered as Jed Clampett of TV’s “The Beverly Hillbillies”), Keir Dullea, Lois Nettleton, Warren Oates, and Paul Fix