Heath's friend, a nearby rancher,sends for a mail order bride. Upon her arrival,some things about her background seem strange and cause Heath to question her identity.

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Audra Barkley (credit only)
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Jim North
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Heath's friend, a nearby rancher,sends for a mail order bride. Upon her arrival,some things about her background seem strange and cause Heath to question her identity.

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And they lived happily ever after
22 August 2015 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

When Lee Majors is asked by neighboring rancher John Doucette to pick up his mail order bride at a stage junction he's willing to do a favor. But the young beautiful bride played by Anne Helm strikes a familiar note with Heath Barkley. There's another person who was a passenger on that stage which was incidentally held up and the driver and another young woman passenger killed. That would be gambler Ray Danton and when Heath takes a hand at poker at the Stockton saloon he has it halfway put together.

What started as a potentially good drama was completely spoiled by a contrived happy ending you have to see to believe. How they foisted this story off on Barbara Stanwyck and the rest of the cast is beyond me.


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