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It's A Little Strange Out There...
Valentine Casey is a Marshal in the desolate Tucson territory of the early 1900s. On Christmas Eve, his outlaw family pays him a disturbing visit... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Directed by
Dwight Yoakam 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Stan Bertheaud 
Otto Felix  story
Dennis Hackin  story
Dwight Yoakam  screenplay
Dwight Yoakam  story

Produced by
R. Anthony Brown .... associate producer (as Tony Brown)
Dov Cohen .... associate producer
Otto Felix .... associate producer
Janet Fox-Kaufler .... associate producer
Gray Frederickson .... producer
Oscar Gubernati .... executive co-producer
Dennis Hackin .... associate producer
Darris Hatch .... producer
Carl Maza .... associate producer
Buck Owens .... executive producer
Abe Shainberg .... co-executive producer
Josh Shainberg .... associate producer
Jim Smith .... associate producer
James Smythe .... associate producer
Auri Spigelman .... associate producer (as Dr. Auri Spigelman)
Jack Wegh .... associate producer
Original Music by
Pete Anderson 
Dwight Yoakam 
Cinematography by
James Glennon 
Film Editing by
Robert A. Ferretti 
Mike Murphy 
Casting by
Robert McGee 
Linda Phillips-Palo 
Darlene Wyatt 
Production Design by
Siobhan Roome 
Art Direction by
Lee Ross 
Set Decoration by
Helen Britten 
Costume Design by
Le Dawson 
Makeup Department
Lynn E. Champagne .... key hair stylist (as Lynn Champagne)
Jamie Escarra .... assistant hair stylist (as Jamie Escara)
Tracy Murphy .... assistant makeup artist
Barbara Wilder .... hair stylist
Beau Wilson .... key makeup artist
Production Management
R. Anthony Brown .... unit production manager
Anne McCaffrey .... production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Doug Brown .... second second assistant director
John Elmore .... second assistant director
John Longenecker .... second unit director
Craig A. Pinckes .... first assistant director
Tod Swindell .... additional second assistant director
Art Department
Mike Bagesse .... painter
Jim Breining .... lead scenic artist
Jack Cornelius .... greens
Al Davila .... painter
Dirk Dugan .... gang boss
Santi Hito .... on-set dresser
Richard M. Jones .... construction coordinator (as Rich Morgan)
Jim Kindt .... swing
Darryl Lewers .... painter
Saul Lieberman .... carpenter
Gene Looney .... assistant props
Sean Lyons .... assistant art director
Douglas E. Madison .... property master
Jon Marum .... paint foreman
Syd Moore .... swing
Herb Morris .... swing
Ted Poper .... gang boss
Karl Swauger .... carpenter
Keith Van Velson .... carpenter
Lynny Warner .... lead man
Greg Zenz .... carpenter
Sound Department
Bruce Barris .... assistant sound editor
John Brasher .... sound re-recording mixer
Daniel R. Chavez .... supervising sound executive
Matthew T. Duncan .... sound recordist
John Michael Fanaris .... sound effects coordinator
Carlos Isais .... sound recordist
Kate Jesse .... boom operator
Fred Johnston .... utility sound
Jerry Jordan .... sound re-recording mixer
John Leveque .... supervising sound editor
Manny Leyva .... sound utility
Steve Mann .... sound effects editor
Andrea M. Metty .... sound services manager
Anthony Milch .... sound effects editor (as Anthony R. Milch)
Alan Robert Murray .... sound effects editor
James L. Pearson .... sound editor
Lisa Pinero .... production sound mixer
Doug Reed .... foley artist
Scott Rusch .... foley mixer
Mimi Starrett .... sound services manager
Becky Sullivan .... supervising adr editor
Richard E. Yawn .... sound designer
Richard E. Yawn .... supervising sound editor
Special Effects by
Bart Dion .... special effects foreman
Dennis Dion .... special effects coordinator
Gary Dion .... special effects assistant
Michael Dion .... special effects assistant
Tony Lee Boggs .... utility stunts
Chris Branham .... stunts
Mark Chadwick .... stunts
Doc D. Charbonneau .... stunts
Jeffrey J. Dashnaw .... stunt coordinator
Rick Dennis .... stunt double
Bart Dion .... stunts
Dennis Dion .... stunts
Richard L. Duran .... stunts (as Richard Duran)
George Fisher .... stunt coordinator
Lance Gilbert .... stunts
Norman Howell .... stunts
Shawn Howell .... stunts
Trish Howell .... stunts
Robert Jauregui .... stunts (as Bob Jauregui)
Cliff McLaughlin .... stunt double
Joyce McNeal .... stunts
Darwin Mitchell .... stunts
Jamie Jo Mitchell .... stunts
Jimmy Ortega .... stunts
James Pratt .... stunts (as Jim Pratt)
Camera and Electrical Department
Ron Anderson .... rigging gaffer
Kevin Brennan .... gaffer
Robert Bullard .... second assistant camera: "c" camera (as Rob Bullard)
Tom Cherry .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Kenny S. Christiansen .... rigging gaffer (as Kenny Christiansen)
Matthew A. Del Ruth .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Kennith Erickson .... grip
Randy Feemster .... camera operator: "b" camera
Eric Freitchen .... lighting technician
Fred Gibson .... best boy electric
Prashant Gupta .... still photographer
Dennis Hall .... camera operator
Casey Hotchkiss .... camera operator
Paul Hughen .... camera operator
Paul Hughen .... director of photography: second unit
Fred Johnson .... video assist operator
Jud Kehl .... camera operator: "b" camera (as Judd Kehl)
Gary A. Kilgore .... electrician
John Longenecker .... director of photography: second unit
William MacCabe .... lighting technician
Brandon Madore .... grip
Jerry L. Madore .... key grip
Bob Maxwell .... grip
Larry Niemi .... gaffer: second unit
Ron Peterson .... second assistant camera
Tony J. Pirri .... best boy grip
Gary W. Shaw .... dolly grip
John A. Small .... first assistant camera: "c" camera (as John Small)
Kenny K. Tong .... first assistant camera: "c" camera (as Kenny Tong)
Mark Wilson .... grip
Greg Zenz .... lighting technician
Casting Department
Kim Meade .... casting assistant
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Bud Clark .... key costumer
Maggie McFarland .... set costumer
Editorial Department
John Dobrich .... negative cutter
Saul Escobedo .... color timer
Keith Henderson .... assistant editor
Sophiah Koikas .... post-production secretary
Yoon Sin Park .... negative cutter (as Yoonsin Park)
Philip Steinman .... assistant editor
Music Department
Jim Latham .... composer: additional score
Chris McGeary .... music editor
Transportation Department
Charlie Carpenter .... driver
Bill Getzwiller .... transportation coordinator
J.D. Hicks .... transportation captain: Arizona
Jason LaFountain .... driver
Gary Paulsen .... transportation captain: Arizona
Other crew
David Auge .... key set production assistant
Robin Baldwin .... wrangler
Flavio Castillero .... production auditor
Stephanie Claxton .... payroll master
Bill Gillette .... armorer
Adam Gomez .... production assistant
Nick Gomez .... production assistant
Rosa María Gómez .... production auditor (as Rosa Castillero)
Yu Hsu .... production assistant
Mark Litwak .... producer's representative
Catherine A. McCabe .... production coordinator
Mike McNally .... set medic
Darwin Mitchell .... wrangler gang boss
Danny Mormino .... production assistant
Jennifer Newberry .... assistant production coordinator
Donna Nitti .... production coordinator
Monique Perez .... production assistant
Scott Peterson .... script supervisor
Noel Phillips .... wrangler
Marie Randall .... craft service
Susan Ransom .... set production assistant
Paul Regan .... wrangler
Dan Riley .... legal assistant
George Sweney .... production auditor
Rudy Ugland .... head wrangler
Kristy Wunsch .... assistant to producer
John 'Punkin' Young .... assistant: Mr. Yoakam
Shannon Benna .... stand-in (uncredited)
Sophiah Koikas .... very special thanks

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Rated R for strong violence, language and some sexuality
104 min (VHS version)
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17 out of 22 people found the following review useful.
Mostly Unwatchable, 25 January 2006
Author: aimless-46 from Kentucky

Rebecca: This is so bad it's almost good.

Enid: This is so bad it's gone past good and back to bad again.

We rented this DVD shortly after Noble Willingham's death, thinking that we would watch it as a tribute. There were two problems with this idea. Noble's character gets killed off very early and the DVD was defective. It was missing the scene that explains what's going on. I have to assume that the handful of positive comments were from people who watched an obscure director's cut that had this explanatory scene.

But seriously, the writers of the screenplay were totally inexperienced (at screenplays) and the director was totally inexperienced (at writing screenplays and at directing screenplays), so the roadkill that resulted should be no surprise. Let this comment serve as a warning to potential viewers, just because a lot of actors who have performed in excellent films are part of this ensemble does not make it worth viewing. There are some decent performances but the whole is a lot less than the sum of its parts, which in fact adds up to less than zero.

Bizarre (in an uninteresting way), sadistic (in a vaguely boring way), foul-mouthed (in a grammar school way), half-baked (in a bad raw egg way), and disorganized (in a director should burn in hell way). It is mostly unwatchable, as even the isolated parts that could be entertaining are burdened with Yoakam and Bertheaud's comically false dialogue. Although this at least gives the production its only hint of unity and should dispel the temptation to blame the result on excessive improv.

Imagine inserting clips of "El Topo" in no logical order into "Tombstone" and you can approximate the product Yoakam inflicts on us unsuspecting Noble Willingham fans. He gave himself the lead role as Valentine Casey, a U.S. Marshall in 1907 Arizona. Casey's old gang and surrogate family keeps popping up and a lot of people are killed and Casey goes after them and eventually everything gets sorted out, although even after just watching the whole thing I couldn't have told you how. Don't understand why the gang keeps turning up or why the Marshall left them to become a lawman or why Pee Wee has put on so much weight. Don't really care either, I think we will just stick to "The Corndog Man" and the real "El Topo".

Then again, what do I know? I'm only a child.

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