An aging cowpoke on the run from a demented preacher and his sons gets more than just employment from a beautiful farm owner in 1880s Montana. Heston and company are excellent!
A half-Indian rodeo star finds love when he returns to his reservation. Only for the most die-hard Elvis lovers. For the rest-stay away, Joe.
Detective Tibbs (Sidney Poitier) pressed into service and just finished speaking with the murder victim's widow, is skeptical when Gillespie (Rod Steiger) et al bring in suspect Harvey (Scott Clark), in Norman Jewison's In The Heat Of The Night, 1967.
Cowpokes Dutchy (Anthony Zerbe) and Blue (Lee Majors) tangle over a downed elk with Preacher Quinn (Donald Pleasence) and sons (including Bruce Dern), then are rescued by title character Charlton Heston in Will Penny, 1968.
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When an aging cowboy meets the possible love of his life, it's a moment of truth. Will he take a chance on happiness or keep drifting along?
Hollywood legend Charlton Heston stars as Will Penny, an aging cowboy on a hard-luck streak. He's out of work, out of money, and staked out to die in the desert by a gang of ruthless outlaws. Moments before death, Will is taken in by a beautiful young woman named Catherine ( Joan Hackett), who is heading west with her young son to join her husband. As Catherine nurses Will back to health, he catches a glimpse of a lifestyle he's never known. Suddenly, Will has two more problems to deal with: he's in love with another man's wife, and the outlaw gang is on its way back to finish him off...
Half-breed rodeo champ returns to the reservation to help his people prove they can be responsible cattlemen and finds the bull forwarded to them for breeding has been slaughtered to celebrate his homecoming.
Half-breed rodeo champ returns to the reservation to help his people prove they can be responsible.
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