Bud Davis is a country boy who moves to the city to visit his uncle. He starts hanging out at Gilley's, owned by Mickey Gilley himself. He takes a job at the refinery where his uncle works. He also meets Sissy, a cowgirl, and they fall in love and suddenly get married. And then their marriage is shattered when Bud sees Sissy allegedly seeing con man Wes, who teaches her how to ride the mechanical bull...and plans to rob Gilley's. When a bull-riding contest is announced, Bud decides to sign up. Can he win the contest and save his marriage to Sissy? Written by
Hard Hat Days And Honky-Tonk Nights.
Did You Know?
Studio executives were against casting Debra Winger
in the lead role at first. Director James Bridges
threatened to quit the film unless she was cast. They eventually approved the casting. See more
Scene with Wes drinking tequila with Sissy - he states "la vida luna" - "the crazy life." "La vida luna" translates to: "the moon life." He should have said "la vida loca." See more
You know Bud; sometimes even a cowboy's gotta swallow his pride to hold on to somebody he loves.
What do you mean?
Hell I know, I pretty near lost Corrine and the kids a couple of times just 'cause of pride. You know you think that ol' pride's gonna choke you going down but I tell you what ain't a night goes by I don't thank the boss up there for giving me a big enough throat. 'Cause without Corrine and them kids hell I'd just be another pile of dog shit in the canteloupe patch just drawing ...
Look What You've Done To Me
Written by Boz Scaggs
, David Foster
Performed by Boz Scaggs
Boz Scaggs Music/Irving Music Inc./Fpster Frees Music Inc. (BMI) See more