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?
Part of a cycle of movies made during the mid-1970s about Tinseltown, old Hollywood, and its Golden Age, including the silent film era. The pictures include Inserts
(1976), Silent Movie
(1976), The Wild Party
(1975), The Last Tycoon
(1976), Hearts of the West
(1975), The Day of the Locust
(1975), and The World's Greatest Lover
(1977). See more
When Richard B. Shull's character rips the list of studio phone numbers from the café wall, the list clearly has a nail hole and a tear at the top. When he holds the list against a phone booth window, the hole and the tear have both vanished. See more
It's just like back at home. Every time we have soup for supper, I get a peppercorn in the first swallow!
The film opens with the 1930's MGM logo. See more
Move 'Em Out
Music by Ken Lauber
Lyrics by Jack Rogers See more