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The Great Lester Boggs (1974)

PG | | Drama | September 1974 (USA)
Malcolm's cross-country motorcycle odyssey - just for the experience - "boggs" down in Arkansas, where he acquires his sidekick, LeRoy; befriends moonshine-drinkin', bi-plane stunt pilot, ... See full summary »

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(as Harry Z. Thomason)

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(screenplay), (screenplay) (as Harry Z. Thomason)
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Scott McKenzie ...
Malcolm Vandiver
Robert Ridgely ...
Lester Boggs
Willie Jones ...
Leroy Jones
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Grandather Vandiver
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Sheriff Billy Bob
Susan Denbo ...
Susan Rollins
Robert Ginnaven ...
T. T. Boggs (as Bob Ginnaven)
Desmond Dhooge ...
Mr. Rollins
Joye Hash ...
Mrs. Rollins (as Joy Hash)
David Haney ...
Deputy #1
Stu Stewart ...
Dputy #2
Chuck Curtis ...
Deputy #3
Gene Westphal ...
Reverend Buford Boggs
Betty McKeller ...
Secretary
Bill Hurd ...
Bartender
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Malcolm's cross-country motorcycle odyssey - just for the experience - "boggs" down in Arkansas, where he acquires his sidekick, LeRoy; befriends moonshine-drinkin', bi-plane stunt pilot, Lester Boggs; falls in love with level-headed Susan; and, all the while, confounds Sheriff Billy Bob and his department. Written by Kim Williams

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Learn about life the hard way

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Drama

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September 1974 (USA)  »

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Redneck County  »

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1.33 : 1
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I paid 2 bucks for this movie...and got ripped off
21 April 2000 | by (Dallas, TX) – See all my reviews

Hootch County Boys starts out promising enough...that is, promising in a bad-movie kind of way. The cross-country biker gang chase is fun and cheezy enough to actually bear watching a couple times. However, the movie 'boggs' down into garbage with the entry of the loathsome Lester Boggs, whose dialogue makes little to no sense whatsoever. And he simply will not stop talking. I still haven't had the intestinal fortitude to completely sit through this movie, I confess. It just makes me too sad.


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