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Graf Bobby, der Schrecken des wilden Westens (1966)

An Austrian earl learns that he has inherited land in Arizona, in the American wild west. The count and his friend journey to America to claim the inheritance. There, they encounter danger,... See full summary »

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Peter Alexander ...
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Milli Miller (as Olga Schoberova)
Gunther Philipp ...
Hanne Wieder ...
Jezabel
Elisabeth Markus ...
Tante Sophie
Vladimir Medar ...
Doc Ted W. Harper
Dragomir Felba ...
Sheriff Martin Miller
Rastko Tadic
Zivojin Denic ...
Pedro Gonzalez (as Zika Denic)
Jovan Janicijevic-Burdus ...
Kiddy (as Jovan Janicijevic)
Milivoje Popovic-Mavid ...
Buggy (as Mavid Popovic)

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An Austrian earl learns that he has inherited land in Arizona, in the American wild west. The count and his friend journey to America to claim the inheritance. There, they encounter danger, desperados, and the none-too-friendly daughter of the local sheriff. Written by Dan Navarro <daneldorado@yahoo.com>

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Le comte Bobby, la terreur de l'ouest  »

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Follows Die Abenteuer des Grafen Bobby (1961) See more »

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Ja, so ein Cowboy müßt ma sein
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Music by Heinz Gietz
Lyrics by Kurt Nachmann
Performed by Peter Alexander and Gunther Philipp
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Don't watch this if you're older than 10...
5 February 2002 | by (Wales, UK) – See all my reviews

This is an Austrian Western comedy. It is around about as silly as you can get. Peter Alexander is count Bobby, going to the Wild West, where he immediately ends up as Sheriff in some goon-plagued town. There is very little in terms of a plot (a girl dressing up as boy, some bad guys and lots of slapstick)

However, it is a fun kids' movie. It was one of my favourite movies as a kid, as it is full of those harmless and bizarre settings that kids find funny. The songs were alright, too.

If you're an adult, you won't believe your eyes and ears at how stupid and outdated this is. But for your kids, this might just be the kind of harmless fun that they seek in a Western.

If you have no idea what this movie is like, think of "Pardners", an old Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis Western slapstick comedy of 1956. This movie was made in much the same spirit.


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