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Lock, Stock and Barrel (1971)

A young frontier couple elope, are chased by the girl's father and brothers, join up with an escaped convict and get mixed up with a charlatan preacher.

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Clarence Bridgeman
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Roselle Bridgeman
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Punck Logan
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Brucker
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Sgt. Markey
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Rev. Willie Pursle
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Sam Hartwig
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Micah Brucker
Charles Dierkop ...
Cpl. Fowler
Joe Di Reda ...
Kane (as Joseph DiReda)
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Deville
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Plye
Dal Jenkins ...
Butcher
Marlene Tracy ...
Jean
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A young frontier couple elope, are chased by the girl's father and brothers, join up with an escaped convict and get mixed up with a charlatan preacher. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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24 September 1971 (USA)  »

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Forrest Tucker was originally cast as Punck Logan, but on the first day of filming he fell off his horse and broke his leg. He was replaced by Claude Akins. See more »

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Follows Hitched (1971) See more »

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My favorite movie.
29 August 1999 | by (usa) – See all my reviews

This is my favorite movie of all time. I am first a Tim Matheson fan... Ever since I first saw him on Leave it to Beaver when I was a kid. I have not seen Lock, Stock and Barrel since it was first on T.V. As a satellite viewer, I have watched for it for twenty years. Only one time did I happen upon the remake with Sally Fields. But I feel it was not as good as the movie with Belinda. My husband and I were young and he had always had to put up with me and my love of Tim. This movie showed the mood of young people at the time. Young married's in modern times or the 1800's running away from home to be together. You know the back to the land thing.

I would really love to see this movie out on video. I would buy it in a heartbeat.


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