They proceed to see each other often, whether working on the farm, dancing or attending a local carnival where she wins a little music box with a ballerina on top (which she amusing refers to as “the little dancin' doll.”)
Have a look at some of the loot she has taken in as payment for her feminine favors:
Just when things don't seem as if they can get much worse, Ford up and leaves her family. McBain, desperately sorry for her put-upon father, attempts to set things right, but will it be too late?
here) has an extremely similar opening, albeit in a far more glamorous setting.
The film also seems to subtly crib imagery from Warner Brothers' own earlier film Baby Doll (1956), which had a young, seductive, blonde Carroll Baker lounging on a wrought-iron bed and driving men to the edge of all reason. Note here the similarities between McBain (at top, below) and Baker (below, beneath McBain.)