A retiring bookkeeper agrees to help a businessman destroy his factory for the insurance money backfires when the owner is killed in a bungled robbery by his wife's lover. The crook joins the husband and wife on Luke's stagecoach for their trip to San Francisco and tries to steal the five thousand dollars the bookkeeper received as a retirement gift en route. Written by
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[Simon is rolling dough for bread
Oh, boy. If Luke could only see you now.
What are you doin' here?
We broke a wheel about a mile this side of Frenchman's Pass. Luke sent me on to get a new one.
Got any passengers?
Yeah - Mr. Craig and Mr. and Mrs. Burke. Luke wanted me to bring you back to help, but it seems a shame to take you away from your baking.
You get out to the barn and start hitchin' up that buckboard. I've been fightin' this batch of dough since before noon. I'm not about to let it ...
Music by Skip Martin
Lyrics by Terry Gilkyson
Sung by Bud and Travis See more