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Agatha Knabenshu arrives in a small town in Missouri to sell player pianos to the locals. She's fired after her disastrous sales attempts nearly destroy the town. The stranded saleslady becomes friendly with an equally bumbling inventor and moves in with his family. The two then try to sell his automatic milking machine, but things turn sour when their demonstration causes a stampede. Written by
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This movie rates way up there in the far upper chuckles of our memory! Who doesn't like our beloved "Gilligan" Bob Denver, as well as our favorite funny woman Phyllis Diller, the wise cracking glory of Bob Hope's "Boy, Did I get a Wrong Number"? Combine the two and put them in the crazy old west, and you have the perfect recipe for a whoopin' good time! Denver is a very imaginative inventor, Diller a sales lady, the two team up for the business arrangement that could ignite the whole town. A definite "Must See" for zany movie buffs. Let's bring this one back from the archives and let a whole new generation enjoy it. ("Gilligan" has never gone out of date, and this is just our silly little Gilligan with a bit of the Professor thrown in!) Thanks guys for making great movies that we can remember with a smile, and a chuckle or two.
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