Bill Firpo has managed to stay honest, but can't help but be dragged into things by his larcenous brothers, the clever Dave and the kleptomaniac Alvin. When the three find a bank so easy to rob that they can't resist, the only question is whether or not they can get out of town before the big snowstorm hits. While the three brothers run around town with their stolen loot, they are beseiged with the kindness of the townfolk that might just set them on the path of rightousness. Written by
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Small town... Big trouble!
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Did You Know?
To film the river scenes, crews had to remove large ice blocks from the Grand River in Elora, Ontario, as the river was frozen in mid-winter. Local residents were worried that the ice blocks would flow down river and wipe out the town's landmark "the Tooth Of Time," a large rock that sits in the middle of a waterfall. This forced crews to expend extra effort breaking up the ice blocks into small pieces. See more
When Alvin is saying good-bye to Merlin the horse, he leans over and kisses him. The kiss sound effect is heard while Alvin is in mid-sentence. See more
What did he say?
He said he loved me.
Referenced in Naked Fear
Up on the Housetop
Performed by Eddy Arnold
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