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This Willie Nelson film has a promising premise and Willie has great chemistry with the western veteran Jack Elam. However, the movie is lacking in the right combination of script,directing and casting that mark Willie's other movie outings. It never pulls the viewer in ...
Willie is his usual self-effacing cowpoke out to capture the loot.Jack Elam is the cantankerous curmudgeon he was born to play .
Any film with Willie and Elam cant be all that bad, but nothing memorable stands out here . Texas Guns & Red-Headed Stranger set a high standard for these type of movies...... This one will probably be enjoyed by Willie fans only.
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