Many Rivers to Cross
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In this Western Comedy Robert Taylor portrays Bushrod Gentry, a footloose frontiersman and trapper in the early American West who winds up being pursued by a very determined Eleanor Parker who plays Mary, a tomboyish gal who has decided her marriage to Bushrod will save her from spinsterhood. Hilarity ensues as she sets about trying to trap Taylor into tying the knot.. Bushrod, for his part, seems more willing to tackle Indians on the warpath rather than submit to matrimony and be tied down. This is an excellent family film with plenty of action, great dialouge and laughs.
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