Product DetailsJ.B. Matthews, president of a railroad company, falls off one of his own train cars and rival tycoons use his sudden disappearance as an opportunity to stage a hostile takeover. Relentless efforts by Matthews' daughter, Helen, and brash reporter, Jimmy Dugan, fail to locate him, mostly because the irascible train magnate is now taking an unplanned vacation with a pair of noble hobos. Jean Yarbrough was equally at home directing comedies, musicals, and horror films. His varied and prolific film output in the 40s led to an equally successful directorial run on TV in the 50s and 60s with "The Abbott And Costello Show," "Death Valley Days," "GE Theater," "Bonanza," "Gunsmoke" and "The Addams Family," among others, as well as his last effort, the TV movie "The Over the Hill Gang" (1969).
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