An aging cowboy joins up with a beginner to rob banks in Wild Rovers (1971) starring William Holden and Ryan O'Neal.
Missouri (State?) Senator Tadlock (Kirk Douglas) works in some handsome oratory, recruiting retired trail-guide Summers (Robert Mitchum) at his riverside camp, early in producer Harold Hecht's The Way West, 1967.
Credit the Serendipity Singers for the unusual spoken-then-sung accompaniment, as the wagon train heads for Oregon, Kirk Douglas, Robert Mitchum, Richard Widmark, Lola Albright and young Sally Field featured, in The Way West, 1967.
Rosie -- A potato grew from a bed of spaghetti.
A pair of mismatched cowboys teams up for a bank robbery. So-so script redeemed by exciting performances!
Ross (William Holden) and Frank (Ryan O'Neal) pick a fight with sheep-herders, while at a saloon lamenting the death of a friend, early in Blake Edwards' Wild Rovers, 1971.
Trailer for Wild Rovers.
After a friend is accidentally killed on the job, two cowboys decide to get into a safer line of work and rob a bank. Now fugitives from the law with a cutthroat posse on their trail, they realize they chose the wrong field!
Veteran cowhand Ross (William Holden) and protege Frank (Ryan O'Neal) reflecting, as they drive the body of a colleague killed in an accident into town, early in Blake Edwards' Wild Rovers, 1971.
This saga of the wagon-train journey of a group of Western pioneers from Independence, Missouri, to Oregon along the historic Oregon Trail (from the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by A.B. Guthrie, Jr.) is known for its breathtaking photography of the Western expanse (by William H. Clothier). Kirk Douglas portrays a widowed senator who leads the wagon train, and Robert Mitchum plays the troubled trail scout--a man plagued by poor eyesight. The trials of the trail include Indian attacks and the inevitable human conflicts of men and women who are living in close quarters in a volatile, tense and dangerous atmosphere. Among the members of the party: a highly irascible and colorful Richard Widmark, and Sally Field in her first film role.
Taking over for a murdered sheriff, Ben and Joe must deal with a prisoner
and a cowardly populace.
Aliens abduct Kirk and a Gorn, a violent, lizard-like humanoid. To save their crews, Kirk and the Gorn must fight to the death, but Kirk refuses.
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A palmist predicts that two people will enter---and alter---Hoss's life: a blonde, and a gunman with murder on his mind.
A doctor treating train-passenger Audra for appendicitis meets enemies who reveal a secret from his past.
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