Irish lads send an ad to the Miami Herald inviting fit and enticing women, between the ages of 20 and 21, to live in their isolated Donegal village. The whole town knows about the ad, and ... See full summary »
Bachelors in a small Minnesota town, where unmarried men greatly outnumber unmarried women, decide to find wives by running an advertisement. They are surprised (but pleased) when hundreds of eager women descend upon the town. Written by
While a notch above the movies that Don Knotts used to do, back in the 1960's, this fictionalized account of a true incident has the same sort of "small town" appeal which once filled drive-in movies with rows of pick-up trucks. As a whole, the movie isn't notable, but it has a number of good parts, both in terms of dialog and acting, and it leaves you with the kind of warm-and-fuzzy feeling you don't often find in movies these days.
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