Semi-factual account of the frame-up of member of a Chicano street gang for murder in 1940s Los Angeles. Olmos' breakout role!
Unemployed movie cowboy stars head to Mexico, where they find themselves confronting a bandito. So-so script is redeemed by three of the funniest men in Hollywood!
The Amigos realize that El Guapo is trying to kill them.
Lucky Day discreetly gets Ned and Dusty's attention.
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In 1916, a young woman from the village of Santa Poco lures three out-of-work silent film stars to Mexico to help take on the ruthless El Guapo and his gang. Seizing the chance to earn much-needed cash, the amigos head south of the border, but soon discover they’ve been mistaken as their on-screen heroic characters. Starring the top comics of our time, the outrageous antics never end with these Three Amigos! Steve Martin is Lucky Day, the fast-talking leader of the bunch, Chevy Chase is Dusty Bottoms, a guitar-strumming romantic, and Martin Short is Ned Nederlander, Hollywood’s quickest sharp-shooter. From crazy mishaps to colorful musical numbers, this trio of accidental heroes elevates the Western to hilarious heights. Legendary comedy director John Landis (Animal House, Blues Brothers) serves up a fiesta of unforgettable laughs in a quotable classic that gets funnier every time you watch it.
Carlos Mencia skewers social mores; Pablo Francisco creates inventive vocalizations; and Freddy Soto looks at the absurdities of family life.
A trio of silver-screen Western heroes are summoned to the town of Santa Poco, Mexico, which is under siege by bloodthirsty bandits. Believing it's just a 'personal appearance,' they answer the call and find they're up against real banditos!
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