When the First Union National Bank of Williamstown is robbed, the three bank robbers get away by hitching their car to Wilbur's trailer. When the police find part of Wilbur's coat in front of the open safe, they suspect bank teller Wilbur of being in on the robbery. But according to Carol, Wilbur is not smart enough to rob a bank and it shows. While on the run, they come into contact with Julie, the copper heiress, and make plans to have Wilbur help kidnap her. Of course, Wilbur has no clue as to their true intentions.
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Did You Know?
When Judy is in the convertible with her parents, about a half hour into the picture, she turns around to say good-bye to Wilbur when a moving reflection of the boom microphone is visible on the trunk of the car. Usually in that era of film, a car's finish is dulled, dirtied or matte to prevent this. Earlier in the scene, what appears to be a man standing beside the camera rig is also reflected in the polished finish of the same car. See more
No character names are credited with the cast list; Joe Penner
's surname is spelled both as "Meeley" and "Meely" within the film. See more
I'm from the City
Music and Lyrics by Hal Raynor
Played during the opening credits
Sung a cappella by Joe Penner
(uncredited) and Richard Lane
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