Coming An' Going (1926)

Genres - Drama, Western  |  
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Finding himself accidentally trapped in a girl's boudoir, cowboy Bill Martin (Buffalo Bill, Jr.) is forced to marry her. The girl, Rose Brown (Belva McKay) is not taken with the clumsy young man, until, that is, he saves her mother (Mathilda Brundage) from a burning house. This silly comedy was termed a western only because of its star. The leading lady, Belva Ann McKay was the wife of director Richard Thorpe. Coming An' Going was one of dozens of budget-conscious second features ground out by director Richard Thorpe before he joined MGM in 1935.

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weapons, bank-personnel, contempt, cowboy, damsel-in-distress, family, father, fire, girl, life, marriage, motel, mother, room, shotgun-wedding