Running time: 96 minutes
Release date: 3/6/64
"Kissin' Cousins," "One Boy, Two Little Girls," "There's Gold in the Mountains," "Catchin' On Fast," "Barefoot Ballad," "Once Is Enough," "Smoky Mountain Boy," "Tender Feeling."
Produced by Sam Katzman
Directed by Gene Nelson
Screenplay by Gerald Drayson
Adams and Gene Nelson
Story by Gerald Drayson Adams
Photographed by Ellis W. Carter, A.S.C.
Edited by Ben Lewis
Music Supervised and Conducted by Fred Karger
Choreography by Hal Belfer
Art Direction by George W. Davis and Eddie Imazu
Makeup by William Tuttle
Assistant Director: Eli Dunn
Technical Advisor: Colonel Tom Parker.
A Four Leaf Production
Photographed in Panavision and Metrocolor
|Pappy Tatum||Arthur O'Connell|
|Ma Tatum||Glenda Farrell|
|Capt. Robert Salbo||Jack Alvertson|
|Selena Tatum||Pam Austin|
|Azalea Tatum||Yvonne Craig|
|General Donford||Donald Woods|
|Sgt. Bailey||Tommy Farrell|
|General's Aide||Robert Stone|
Josh Morgan is an Air Force officer tries to persuade a highly independent hillbilly family to sell their land to the government for use as a missile site. The Tatum family don't want any part of the government snooping around their mountain and interfering with their moonshine-making activities.
Josh Morgan romances Azalea Tatum, and Jodie Tatum romances Midge, a WAC. After a half-dozen songs and several dance numbers, everything turns out for the best: the government gets the mountain and Josh and Jodie gets the girls.