Aaron Slick from Punkin Crick
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Aaron Slick from Punkin Crick -- Lackluster musical comedy set in the 1890s with a country lass (Dinah Shore) off to Chicago after selling her farm to a slick operator (Robert Merrill) who expects to strike oil but doesn't, then schemes to get his money back until her rural beau (Alan Young) comes to town. Director Claude Binyon's broad, tongue-in-cheek tale of rural folk outsmarting city slickers lacks charm and has little appeal beyond cornball humor and forgettable songs. Romantic complications and confidence schemes. (A-II) (1952)
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