Wonder Valley was a realistic peak ever, a Benton County town with 267 occupants when the film was made and around 1,729 at this point. Be that as it may, without the real motion picture to demonstrate resulting eras, recollections are blurring. Eddie Shores of Cave Springs was around 10 when he was an additional in Wonder Valley. He was among about six children playing in a Ford convertible when the shifter slipped into impartial and the auto moved down a slope into a shed.
“They taped the auto moving down the slope and us escaping the disaster area,” Shores said. “As I recall, the entryway came open, and I was laying over the entryway.”
Shores viewed the film when it played at the Plaza Theater in Bentonville after its discharge in December 1953.