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Wooly Boys (2001)

PG | | Comedy | 7 October 2001 (USA)
A sheep rancher's visit to the big city triggers a mischevious adventure with his teenage computer-whiz grandson.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
A.J. 'Stoney' Stoneman
Sheriff Hank Dawson
Kate Harper
Jad Mager ...
Billy Spratt
Owen Spratt (as Adam Stradlin)
Deputy Sheriff Orville Spratt
Mike Booth ...
Agent Collins (as Michael Booth)
T. Mychael Rambo ...
Hearse Driver (as T. Michael Rambo)
Marquetta Senters ...
Wayne A. Evenson ...
Lana Schwab ...


A sheep rancher's visit to the big city triggers a mischevious adventure with his teenage computer-whiz grandson.

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Fight'n, Steal'n, Shoot'n and other lessons from Grandpa.



Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG for language, brief violence and thematic material | See all certifications »




Release Date:

7 October 2001 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Belades gia treis  »

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$335,726 (USA)

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1.85 : 1
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While a great majority of the filming is credited to Medora, North Dakota, filming was also done in Fryburg, North Dakota (13 miles east of Medora) and Beach, North Dakota (27 miles west of Medora). See more »


A.J. 'Stoney' Stoneman: I don't like the way she's raising you.
Charles: Oh? How's that?
A.J. 'Stoney' Stoneman: Like a frail litter runt still suckin' hind tit.
Charles: OK, I've got no idea what that means, but you can't talk to me like that.
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Round and Round
Written by: Scott Nickoley, Jamie Dunlap, and Molly Pasutti
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No retirement for old men
3 October 2012 | by (Zagreb, Croatia) – See all my reviews

Decades ago actors (and, certainly, actresses) often used to quit making movies, to retire and be remembered for what they've done while being young, strong, beautiful. Some decided to reappear for a special occasion, like James Cagney, some kept their decision till the end. Greta Garbo and Cary Grant come first into my mind.

Today the times have changed. After Katherine Hepburn, Bette Davis, Jack Lemmon, Henry Fonda and others that didn't want to waste their last breaths, many actors that have approached the years where traditional lover and action hero roles don't fit much any more not only keep on playing, but aren't satisfied to get supporting roles for new young stars movies – they even make movies where all top casting positions contains their peers. And while Clint, Tommy Lee and others decided to go to space, Kris, Peter and Keith's movie takes place in (similarly isolated) American wilderness.

For Kristofferson, as a country composer and singer, and as a "Heaven's Gate" star, this is a natural environment. Carradine also had his share of roles that took him to middle USA, "Nashville" and "The Long Riders" among best remembered. And for Fonda this may be the kind of landscape that he rode along in "Easy Rider".

Though their best years are behind them they are still capable of making a good job. They are not stars like Jones and Eastwood (and, unfortunately, never have been – just a step behind, having maybe just a teaspoon less luck to make few successes in a line), and they don't get first class productions. However, taking what's been offered, none of them disappointed us. There was no need for a big theater type of acting, the three men are small people from small town and big gestures would be overacting.

Though the story keeps running in the limits of solid TV production, the writers made some unusual and funny jokes (stolen dead body, agent Collins' enthusiasm...) and avoided making the conflict between worlds of a teenage computer fan and his grandfather from isolated farm become a center point of jokes (so many times repeated in movies like "Crocodile Dundee", "Coming to America", "Starman", "Les visiteurs" etc) – screenplay is definitely better than one would expect seeing that long list of writers. However, the directing seems rather slow and too mainstream, leaving some scenes underused and a lot of potentials partially ignored. As it could be expected, the end is too sentimental containing no surprises, very TV-ish, but doesn't ruin the integrity.

Anyway, it is always a pleasure to watch those three next-to-top stars and, without having to big expectations, those who like all or some of them won't regret.

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