We are in the wild, lusty, warm and humorous Old West of Deadwood city, Dakota Territory, 1876. Our story tells of famed Calamity Jane who dresses, rides and shoots like a man, but given the propper chance can be a beautiful girl who hankers for the love of a man. That man may be dashing Lt. Danny Gilmartin or the justly famed Wild Bill Hickok. Fussy Henry Miller, owner of Deadwood’s hotel-bar-theatre, nervously awaits the arrival of the lovely eastern actress, Frances Fryer, to embellish his show. His niece, Susan, assures him that Calamity will bring the stagecoach to town on time. Frances arrives and Miller discovers that he is not a femal actress, but in fact a man! The show must go on, and “Millie” contrives to dress Fryer as a woman, but when his wig falls off during the show, the locals rise in noisy anger. Only Calam’s trusty pistol restores order; also her promise that “Mille” will import to Deadwood the east’s most glamorous star, Adelaid Adams. The men are overjoyed, but some of them know that Adelaid would not be caught dead in Deadwood. Calam heads to Chicargo and mistakes Adelaid’s maid, Katie Brown, for the great actress herself. Before she is aware of it, she is stage-coaching Katie back to Deadwood where Katie is greeted in high exitement as the famed Adelaid Adams. But when the Men hear her sign, they begin to realise otherwise and bucked up by Calam, Susan and Fryer, Katie gives a show-stopping performance. All of Deadwood’s hearts are won, especially those of Danny and Wild Bill.