I wasn't familiar with this 1951 MGM musical, which stars the late great Esther Williams, Howard Keel, Red Skelton, Keenan Wynn, and the great Ann Miller, who does two tap routines, one (partially) on top of a xylophone with the Red Norvo Trio, and the other in red cowboy boots. As good as Annie is, this is Red Skelton's film. He plays a down-and-out carnival operator who is mistaken for a millionaire. His routines are quite amusing. While I grew up with Red's TV series, I did not know until recently just how prolific his movie career was. Overall, while not an A-list film like [[ASIN:B00006DEF9 Singin' in the Rain (Two-Disc Special Edition)]], this is a solid Western-themed musical, and very entertaining. Songs are written by the odd-couple team of Harry Warren and Dorothy Fields, both of whom usually collaborated with other writers.
Like most Warner Archives releases, the only extra is the trailer.