Harley (Henry Fonda) tags as John (James Stewart), duded up to claim his dead brother's enterprise, discovers it's a brothel, Jenny (Shirley Jones) introducing the girls (Jackie Joseph, Jackie Russell, Elaine Devry, Sue Ane Langdon, Sharon De Bord), in The Cheyenne Social Club, 1970.
Opening scenes, denoted as Texas, 1867, old friends James Stewart and Henry Fonda as aging cowhands, leading into probably the only title sequence with a song performed by Fonda, in The Cheyenne Social Club, 1970, co-starring Shirley Jones, directed by Gene Kelly.
An aging cowboy finds that the successful business he has inherited is actually a house of prostitution in The Cheyenne Social Club (1970).
A cowboy in 1867 learns that he has inherited a Wyoming social club from his late brother. To his slow-talking partner's delight, he finds that the club is a bawdy house.
Sam Jones is urged by Andy and his other Mayberry neighbors to run for Town Council.
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