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Charge of the Model T's (1977)

G | | Comedy | 4 November 1977 (USA)
An old German solider hires a band of Mexican bandits to attack the Stonewall Farm. He plans this so the Americans will have no choice but to send more troops to Texas instead of Europe.

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(as Jim McCullough)

Writers:

(screenplay), (novel)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
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Lt. Matt Jones
Carol Bagdasarian ...
Coral Adams
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Fred Smith
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Villa Nueva
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Doc Bailey
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Capt. Mundy
Jim McCullough Jr. ...
Pvt. Hansen
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Sgt. Bond
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Hilda
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Stonewall Adams
Marged Wakeley ...
Martha Adams
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Sanchez (as Pedro Gonzales Gonzales)
Roy Tatum ...
Juan
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Little Cloud (as John Fertitta)
Lloyd Slagle ...
Dutch Braun
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An old German solider hires a band of Mexican bandits to attack the Stonewall Farm. He plans this so the Americans will have no choice but to send more troops to Texas instead of Europe.

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IT'S A FACT!...We actually won a war when the enemy died laughing...at us! See more »

Genres:

Comedy

Certificate:

G
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4 November 1977 (USA)  »

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2.35 : 1
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The battle car is the Hannibal Twin 8 from The Great Race (1965). See more »

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Just You and Me
Words and Music by Euel Box and Betty Box
Sung by Eddie Dunn
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