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Evil Roy Slade, the meanest villain the West has known, meets a beautiful young woman who persuades him to change careers from train robber to family man. He is pursued by Marshal Bing Bell, while a helpful psychologist teaches him to live without weapons. Written by
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At one point, Evil Roy Slade considers changing his name. He runs through three possibilities, but they all begin with the word "Evil". The third one, "Evil Lee Rich", is an inside joke: writer/producer Garry Marshall co-produced a sitcom called Hey, Landlord (1966) with Lee Rich. See more »
When Evil Roy Slade realizes he has the short cowboy's hat on, he grabs the hat and starts to take it off. Then when the short cowboy hands Evil Roy the correct hat, Evil Roy still has the short cowboy's hat on. See more »
This is the ultimate test! I want you to shed your weapons... & walk across the room!
Evil Roy Slade:
I cain't! I don't goin' nowhere without my guns! I even take a bath with my guns!
You don't NEED them, Roy! Take them off & walk! Oh Roy, try! Take off your weapons!
[Roy removes holster]
Good!... Is that everything?
[Roy reaches up his sleeve for a knife]
Whew! Anyting else?
[Roy removes gun from his sock]
Oh, a little one, huh? Ok. Is that all?
[Roy removes a bomb from behind his back]
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Evil Roy Slade as mentioned in the review is a film that a lot of people are unaware of, and what a pity. If you have the sort of sense of humour related to Blazing Saddles then you will find this film a bonus. My Daughter watched this film when she was about 11 or 12 and loved it. I wont give anything away but look out for "Not wearing guns" and the "Shoe horn", classic stuff. Even though 30 years old I think the comedy still works, so find it, watch it and enjoy it.
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