A stop-motion pixilation spoof of old-time westerns in which actors appear to ride non-existent horses. A stagecoach is robbed by the villain, the heroine is abducted and Blaze Glory eventually recovers both the heroine and the money.
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Chuck Menville ...
Blaze Glory
Genadee Cook ...
Annabelle Twitterheart / Voices
Len Janson ...
The Pug-Nosed Kid
Hawley Lawrence ...
Banker
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Ron Whittaker ...
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Paul Sykes ...
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Tony Krizan ...
Henchman
John Tucker ...
The Parson
Ken Champin ...
The Indian
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Robert Alan Miller ...
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A stop-motion pixilation spoof of old-time westerns in which actors appear to ride non-existent horses. A stagecoach is robbed by the villain, the heroine is abducted and Blaze Glory eventually recovers both the heroine and the money.

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21 December 1969 (USA)  »

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Great Find
15 March 2008 | by (northridge, ca) – See all my reviews

I had the absolute joy of discovering this short film for the real-life daughter of the man who played the banker, Hawley Lawrence. She had not even known that this film (which has priceless footage of her long-departed father) even existed and we both received great joy (and lots of laughs) in seeing it. It is wacky, nutty, totally insane and really leaves you impressed with the incredible effort it took to do those special effects shots (especially the invisible horses!). I can't help but wonder if the makers of "Blazing Saddles" took a few ideas from this movie, which was released three years before it (in 1969). The scene that cracks me up most is when the stagecoach robbery begins and the hero title character is bathing nearby. He reaches out with twigs to get his costume before he can make his rescue attempt. Hilarious!


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