It's 1903 and some dastardly fiends are determined to assassinate President Teddy Roosevelt. It's up to some intrepid and courageous cowgirls to thwart the scheme.

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Susan Bigelow ...
Liz Hannah
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Shiloh
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Delaney Burke
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Otis Bergen
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Warden Willis
Paul Burke ...
Tobias Singleton
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Megan
Sherry Bain ...
Jessica
Charles Siebert ...
Sean
Med Flory ...
Burgie
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Demas Scott
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Mark Hannah
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Percy
Joan Crosby ...
Sophie
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It's 1903 and some dastardly fiends are determined to assassinate President Teddy Roosevelt. It's up to some intrepid and courageous cowgirls to thwart the scheme.

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20 February 1978 (USA)  »

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Salvajes y violentas  »

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1.33 : 1
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"Charlie's Angels" on horseback sidesaddles itself in silliness!
27 April 1999 | by (Keene, New Hampshire USA) – See all my reviews

Saddlesore saga concerning cowflop capers concocted by crew of curvy "con" cowgirls out to clear themselves by crushing a career-killer stalking the president of the United States (this one-trick-pony "Charlie's Angels-on-horseback" clone even corrals actor David Doyle as president!). Cowboy cameos by veteran character actors Doug McClure and Vic Morrow cannot lasso this lengthy lonesome trail loser from a literary lynching! Add actress Jessica Walter and actor Paul Burke to the rioutous roundup and you have "The Love Boat" dry-docked some- where between Denver and Durango! In fact, the bronc-busting "best" performance portrayed in this petticoat ponygirls pablum is by a young Geraldo Rivera-lookalike, who, as "The Colonel" (no lines and no billing in the cast credits) is felled by "Sean" (such a sinister name), "Europe's most deadly assassin"! The foppish, swaggering Sean, strolls down the stairs, cordially greets "The Colonel" (the most consistent character in that he just stands inert, as a silent, passive plot foil). "Wild and Wooly" is weak and wimpy. Rumor has it the director had to get out of Hollywood by sundown! I give this tumbleweed travesty 0 stars, but 4 cow-pies!


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