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Gone with the West (1975)

After being framed, a cowboy is sent to jail. After his time is served, he leaves with vengeance in his heart. Soon he meets a young Native American woman and together they go to settle their score with a small town and its corrupt leader.

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Cast

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Jebediah Kelsey
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Little Moon
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Mimmo, Stage Robber
Barbara Werle ...
Billie
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Sheriff of Black Miller
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Kid Dandy
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Old Little Moon / Narrator
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Shark
Kenneth Adams ...
Artie (as Kenny Adams)
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Smithy
Elmore Vincent ...
Jerry
Anne Barton ...
Smithy's Wife
L. Andy Stone ...
Old Jud
Paul Bergen ...
Singing Cowboy
Elizebeth Leigh ...
Gail
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After being framed, a cowboy is sent to jail. After his time is served, he leaves with vengeance in his heart. Soon he meets a young Native American woman and together they go to settle their score with a small town and its corrupt leader.

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Western | Action

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September 1975 (USA)  »

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Little Moon and Jud McGraw  »

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Trivia

Little Moon's name is not mentioned by anyone during the film. See more »

Goofs

When Kid Dandy is demonstrating his gun prowess to Artie and the others, he is standing on the stairs and his last shot is fired high across the room. However it smashes the bottle held by a man down at floor level. See more »

Connections

Referenced in The Rockford Files: The No-Cut Contract (1976) See more »

Soundtracks

Abide with Me
Music by William H. Monk and lyrics by Henry F. Lyte
Sung at the funeral by Paul Bergen
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The West Is A Mess
25 October 2009 | by (The Lonesome Prairie) – See all my reviews

Ex-convict James Caan is released from prison and sets out to exact some long overdue vengeance on Aldo Ray, the man who murdered his family years before and apparently the rest of the town as well.

There's some trashy fun at first but things run out of steam pretty quick and never recover.

A paper thin story, the obnoxious free-wheeling 1970's style direction, and the bad funk score are all pretty off-putting, as is the terrible performance by Stephanie Powers, who looks like Johnny Depp in Benny & Joon and is so verbally challenged she makes Tonto look like a radio talk show host!

The great Sammy Davis Jr. is sadly wasted in this. His leather-clad gunfighter character was the most entertaining thing in the movie and really deserved a better script!


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