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The bull riders of the PBR would be aghast at how easy Sally Payne and Mary Treen make riding a bull look so easy.
In this amusing short subject from MGM Sally and Mary are a pair of not too bright waitresses who would like to leave the west for home which is Kokomo, Indiana. What better than to sneak onto a trailer marked Kokomo. It has to be heading their way.
As it turns out the trailer belongs to Johnny Weissmuller and he owns a champion bucking bull which is headed for the rodeo in Palm Springs. Of course during the trip they and the bull Kokomo get good and acquainted. That helps later on.
Hollywood stars like Gene Autry, Rudy Vallee, Tom Mix, Mickey Rooney, Joe E. Brown and Roy Rogers make an appearance. Not to mention old Tarzan himself Johnny Weissmuller.
Payne and Treen are funny women. You'll enjoy this one.
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