Man from Button Willow
Man from Button Willow ★★ 1965 (G)
Classic animated adventure is the story of Justin Eagle, a man who leads a double life. He is a respected rancher and a shrewd secret agent for the government, but in 1869 he suddenly finds himself the guardian of a four-year-old Oriental girl, leading him into a whole new series of adventures. Strictly for younger audiences. 79m/C VHS, DVD. M: George Bruns; V: Dale Robertson, Edgar Buchanan, Barbara Jean Wong, Howard Keel.
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