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Comin' Round the Mountain (1951)



Comin' Round the Mountain

(1951)

77 minutes
 
Comedy / Musical

Director: Charles Lamont

Cast: Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, Dorothy Shay, Kirby Grant, Joe Sawyer and Glenn Strange
 
Theatrical agent Al Stewart is thrilled when he books his client, Dorothy McCoy to "The Manhattan Hillbilly" at a New York nightclub. McCoy is not his only client though. He has also booked an incompetent artist by the name of The Great Wilbert at the same nightclub. Wilbert’s performance does not go smoothly for everyone is laughing at him and calls for assistance. They soon after discover that Wilbert is the grandson of ‘'Squeeze Box' McCoy, leader of the McCoy family. Granny McCoy has been searching for Wilbert and will show him how he is their grandson. Al, Dorothy and Wilbert travel to Kentucky where Granny tells the story of the McCoy-Winfield rival that goes back sixty years ago. The McCoys want Wilbert to take on Devil Dan Winfield in shooting turkey. Wilbert is not sure if he can complete this task since he has never laid eyes on a gun before and his clumsiness sparks another rival.





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