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Retired sea captains Zeb (David Carradine), Jerry (Rip Torn) and Perez (Bruce Dern) live together in 1905 Cape Cod. Deciding that they need a woman's touch around the place but don't want to pay for a maid, the men decide to place an ad for a mail-order bride. Jerry, the loser of a coin toss, is the one designated to marry whomever answers the ad, but all plans go by the wayside when the very appealing Martha Snow (Mariel Hemingway) is the one who steps off the train and into the men's lives.

Cast & Crew

Rip Torn
Captain Jerry
Bruce Dern
Captain Perez
Charles Durning
John Bartlett
John Savage
Web Saunders
Lila Dupree
Pasha Norris
Jonathan Edwards
Reverand Perly
Donald Foley
Bluey Batchelder
Peter Jordan
Ezekial
Stephen Russell
Luther Norris
Chad Doe
Executive Producer
Jonathan Edwards
Original Music
Philip D. Schwartz
Cinematographer
Stan Cole
Film Editor
Susan Graef
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  • Mar 02, 2011
    From one end of the spectrum to the other. Yesterday I am watching more a less a movie about a child and today its old men. The previews are far better then the movie itself but its still a cute movie, about 3 old shipmates living together and they decided one needs to marry in order for there home to be kept up. Lots of twist and turns. Easy to see that 3 old friends in the movie business enjoyed making this film. An enjoyable film but still only 3 Stars.
    Bruce B Super Reviewer
  • Dec 03, 2009
    Starts off promising actually then goes straight to shit
    Arash X Super Reviewer
  • Apr 20, 2009
    i didn't even know this one was out there but, following a group of nothing but silver-haired types into the local multiplex (as opposed to a group of squealin skateboardin cellphonin pimplepoppers headin for "hannah montana"), i found this relic warped from the days of abc's movie-of-the-week as the old new wave (carradine, torn, and dern, their wild, capricious, potsmokin, f-ck-the-man, "we do it our way" days of the '70's long behind them) dust off their best eastcoaster accents and entertain entertainin ms. hemingway's competent though lonely spinster. who'll get the girl? is the most action this quaint "senior entertainment" vehicle offers.
    Kevin M. W Super Reviewer

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