This film bears no relation to 1968's NEVER A DULL MOMENT in content or quality. Dunne is a female songwriter who meets western rancher MacMurray at a rodeo in New York. They fall in love and she goes back to his place, where his two daughters, Wood and Perreau, welcome her. An easterner by
birth, Dunne tries very hard to adapt to this rough life, but she makes every mistake that the writers can dream up, including the accidental death of a prize bull owned by crusty neighbor Demarest, the man upon whom MacMurray depends for his water. MacMurray's foreman, Devine, adds a little humor
but most of the film's gags are predictable and, thus, unfunny. The songs were wri...