The four husbands-to-be, from left, miner Grubby Shurtz, played by Leonard Brown; salon owner Lucky Betts, played by Erik Sotelo; banker C. D. Nichols, played by J.R. Romero, and lumberjack Forrest Green, played by Cristien Dunkle, talk about their eagerness to meet their new fiancées.
The four husbands-to-be, from left, miner Grubby Shurtz, played by Leonard Brown; salon owner Lucky Betts, played by Erik Sotelo; banker C. D. Nichols, played by J.R. Romero, and lumberjack Forrest Green, played by Cristien Dunkle, talk about their eagerness to meet their new fiancées. Steve Montalto/HighMountain Images Special to The Bee
The four husbands-to-be, from left, miner Grubby Shurtz, played by Leonard Brown; salon owner Lucky Betts, played by Erik Sotelo; banker C. D. Nichols, played by J.R. Romero, and lumberjack Forrest Green, played by Cristien Dunkle, talk about their eagerness to meet their new fiancées. Steve Montalto/HighMountain Images Special to The Bee

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