From the what-were-they-thinking division of Hollywood we get the Charlton Heston movie "The Far Horizons", an almost completely fictional account of the Lewis and Clark Expedition.
In which you will see:
Fred MacMurray... in satin knickers... descending a staircase... after a felicitous discussion... in a private room... arm in arm... with "John Hancock":
Sacajawea, the Indian guide, portrayed by... Donna Reed:
Charlton Heston kisses her quite a bit in this movie and I would too seeing as she appears to have the entire contents of a box of Betty Crocker Brownie Mix smeared on her face.
But Charlton is the focus of this movie, and I know that because he goes through...
... about a third of the movie...
... with a skunk on his head:
Imagine if this film had been a hit instead of "Davy Crockett" a year later.
BTW, that's William Demarest on the left...
... who would later be "Uncle Charlie" to Fred MacMurray in "My Three Sons"