Forced at gunpoint to marry feisty pioneer Mary Stuart Cherne (Eleanor Parker), 18th-century trapper Bushrod Gentry (Robert Taylor) escapes the trap of matrimony by fleeing to the North Country — but his new bride is hot on his trail. Throughout their journey, Bushrod and Mary take turns rescuing each other from the continual threat of Indians. This rollicking comedy disguised as a frontier adventure also stars Victor McLaglen as Mary’s father. —tvguide.com
Roy Rowland (December 31, 1910 – June 29, 1995) was a film director. The New York-born director helmed a number of films in the 1950s and 60s including Our Vines Have Tender Grapes, Meet Me in Las Vegas, Rogue Cop, The 5000 Fingers of Doctor T and The Girl Hunters. Rowland married Ruth Cummings, the niece of Louis B. Mayer and sister of Jack Cummings (MGM producer/director). They had one son, Steve Rowland, born in 1939, who later became a music producer in the UK, and has recently published his memoir Hollywood Heat.
Rowland, before becoming involved in film studied law at U.S.C. He later got work as a script clerk for MGM. This eventually led him to becoming a film director. Rowland started directing one-reel and two reel films before moving on to feature films in 1943. In the mid-60s Rowland directed three spaghetti westerns before retiring from film directing. —Wikipedia