Rustlers' Rhapsody

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Rustlers' Rhapsody (Spain, USA 1985 / Director: Hugh Wilson)

Also known as

Esos locos cuatreros (Spain) | Addio vecchio West (Italy) | Rhapsodie in Blei (Germany) | Az éneklő cowboy (Hungary) | Vihoviimeinen hevosooppera (Finland) | O Vaqueiro Cantador (Brazil)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Patrick Wayne, Tom Berenger, G.W. Bailey, Marilu Henner, Andy Griffith, Fernando Rey, Sela Ward, Brant von Hoffman, Christopher Malcolm, Jim Carter, Paul Maxwell, Manuel Pereiro, Margarita Calahorra, Billy J. Mitchell, John Orchard, Emilio Linder, Alan Larson, Thomas Abbott, Elmer Modling, Juan Miguel Manrique, Dennis Vaughan, Charly Bravo, Hugh Wilson
  • Story: Hugh Wilson
  • Screenplay: Hugh Wilson
  • Cinematography: José Luis Alcaine [B&W, Metrocolor - Panavision 1,85:1]
  • Music: Steve Dorff
  • Producers: David Giler, Walter Hill

Synopsis

A singing Cowboy along with his marvelously clever horse, Wildfire, brings peace and order to the town of Oakwood Estates in this send-up that spoofs B westerns and spaghetti westerns alike.

External links

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