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Innocent rodeo cowboy Bo falls in love with cafe singer Cherie in Phoenix. She tries to run away to Los Angeles but he finds her and forces her to board the bus to his home in Montana. When the bus stops at Grace's Diner the passengers learn that the road ahead is blocked. By now everyone knows of the kidnapping, but Bo is determined to have Cherie.Written by
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I love old movies and Marilyn Monroe's movies too, except this one. This movie is pointless, slow going and so, so bad that it seems the only reason this movie was made was probably because the actors needed a buck. Unless you are an insomniac or love to spent an evening being bored and /or wasting your time, skip this movie.
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