Gammons Gulch; a small, quiet, old west town that has recently discovered gold in a nearby mine. The discovery attracts a gang of outlaws headed by the notorious Paco. This gang begins ... See full summary »
Gammons Gulch; a small, quiet, old west town that has recently discovered gold in a nearby mine. The discovery attracts a gang of outlaws headed by the notorious Paco. This gang begins causing trouble throughout the town. Unable to control them, the Sheriff sends for help. Marshall Dookie comes to the town's rescue as he takes charge of Paco's gang and once again brings peace to Gammons Gulch. Written by
"The Littlest Cowboy" is an excellent short film. Does it tackle the injustices of the world? No. Does it make you think? No. What it does do however, is entertain you and make you laugh. It is a novel concept and well made. I thought the jokes, the music, the editing, and just about everything else was perfect! It has its problems like any film, but all in all it is clever and unique. Production values were through the roof! Too often films take themselves too seriously, assuming that to be good they have to be serious. This film strives only to make you have a good time. If there is a serious point to this film, it is that it portrays those who are vertically challenged in an extremely positive light, no longer placing them as the quirky bystander, but as the hero. YEE HAW!!!
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