Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Wild and Woolly stars young Jane Withers as a hoydenish resident of a modern frontier town. Revelling in the town's 50th anniversary celebration, Jane is brought down to earth by the long-standing feud between her ex-desperado grandfather (Walter Brennan) and a pompous politician (Berton Churchill). The two oldsters challenge one another to a shootout, but at the last moment grandpa Brennan decides not to show up. Branded a coward, Brennan redeems himself by foiling a bank robbery scheme which has been overheard by Jane. If for nothing else, Wild and Woolly is memorable for teaming Jane Withers with Our Gang stalwart Carl Switzer.
frontier town, feud, shoot-out, bank-robbery, coward