Lewis Tater writes Wild West dime novels and dreams of actually becoming a cowboy. When he goes west to find his dream he finds himself in possession of the loot box of two crooks who tried to rob him. During his escape, Lewis stumbles on to the set of a Wild West movie and through mishap and chance becomes a star of Hollywood Westerns. Written by
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Jeff Bridges is Lewis Tater, the Iowa farm boy who blazed a trail across the barren wastes of Hollywood and Vine in MGM's comedy surprise "Hearts of the West."
Did You Know?
While directing the fistfight scene in the desert. The director walks back and forth in front of the camera. Even at one point stopping right in front of the camera. Thereby ruining a lot of the shoot. This may have been meant to show what a bad director he is. See more
[after Lewis does the 'jumping on the horse' stunt
Those damn cowboys! I always said they were great, didn't I? I always said you can't beat 'em.
You always said you couldn't trust 'em.
Well, you misunderstood me.
Ach! so fromm, ach! so traut
from the opera "Martha"
Music by Friedrich von Flotow
Words by Friedrich Wilhelm Riese See more