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Alan Hale Jr.,
I was just sort of wondering what's up there?
Rooms. If you want to satisfy your curiousity, give her twenty bucks. She'll show you one.
I'm not that curious.
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Doesn't live up to the original in any way, shape or form...
A pretty peculiar "prequel" to "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid" has a virtually no-name cast (at the time) pretending to be the famous lead actors from the original "sequel," Paul Newman and Robert Redford.
Tom Berenger would later improve by the time "Platoon" came around, proving himself as a worthy villain, but here he's just not amiable and charismatic enough to carry the film.
Note the small role by Christopher Lloyd as he lives in the wild west. Eleven years later he would reappear on screen in the wild west with a time machine. Can you guess which movie I'm speaking of? If not, you don't belong on this site.
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