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Two-Fisted Tales (1992)

Stories of an Old West gunfighter's last stand, a drag racer whose past comes back to haunt him, and a World War I soldier's cowardice are introduced by the foul-mouthed, wheelchair-bound Mr. Rush.

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Cast

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Mr. Rush (Presenter)
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Billy Quintaine (segment "Showdown") (as Neil Gray Giuntoli)
Roderick Cook ...
Cornelius Bosch (segment "Showdown")
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Scorby (segment "Showdown")
Monty Bass ...
Mel Coleman ...
Blacksmith (segment "Showdown")
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Little Boy (segment "Showdown")
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Harley (segment "Showdown")
Tommy Townsend ...
Big Bart (segment "Showdown")
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Garrett (segment "King of the Road")
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Billy (segment "King of the Road")
Michelle Bronson ...
Carrie (segment "King of the Road")
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Mole (segment "King of the Road")
Alva L. Petway ...
Dispatcher (segment "King of the Road")
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Stories of an Old West gunfighter's last stand, a drag racer whose past comes back to haunt him, and a World War I soldier's cowardice are introduced by the foul-mouthed, wheelchair-bound Mr. Rush.

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Drama | Thriller | War | Western

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18 January 1992 (USA)  »

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Drei Wege in den Tod  »

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None of the stories in the film were adapted from the comic book "Two-Fisted Tales". "Showdown" shares a title with a story from issue 37, but in this film is a Western rather than a war story. See more »

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References Paths of Glory (1957) See more »

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It still haunts me...
28 July 2003 | by (Stockholm, Sweden.) – See all my reviews

As a young lad I had the opportunity to see this "film", and allthough it had nothing compared to Tales from the Crypt, or Twilight Zone - hell, The Hitchiker was better - but I still thought that the plot in each story still had an edge...just that it wasn't that sharp...and it still managed to capture and hold that strange feeling when you don't know if you should laugh out loud, turn it off and something worth while, or maby just see it for what it is - A movie that's very idea (as so many have) that it IS bad. After all, just about everyone likes to trash a movie now and then just for fun...


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