Although the series is set in the 1870s, Jenny twice sings "Some Sunday Morning" written in 1917. See more »
If her husband weren't alive, I think I'd have to consider falling in love with her. But, she's hopin' he is alive, so that's your only hope too. Whatever I feel about her doesn't matter.
Big Mike McComb:
Oh fine. Well, if he ain't alive, do come to me hangin'. I'll give ya me gold watch as a weddin' present.
Well, that's a real nice thought, Mike. Cause way down deep, I'm sentimental.
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Jenny Hill is a singer whom Bret is following from town to town. Carl is her loyal accompanist. The reason Bret is trailing Jenny is that he thinks she will lead him to her husband, a suspected killer. I must say Jenny's songs are rather boring. Meanwhile, Bret is falling in love with her and kisses her on the riverboat. Bret is trying to clear Big Mike McComb, who is obviously innocent. Bret shares his feelings for Jenny with Big Mike. It is not often that Bret falls for a woman, but it happens here. When the truth comes out, the romance sours. Bret follows Jenny to the place where she meets her husband and has to shoot him. Mike is cleared.
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