Rattlesnake Jake is a musical western told entirely through song and verse. Contains graphic depictions of tumbleweed.




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Credited cast:
Jill Boxberger ...
Jeremy Costello ...
Grant Donovan ...
Mexican Outlaw
Will Etling ...
Doc Spyder
Brett Gardali ...
Chief Bare-Back
Jason Greene ...
Buck Cooper
Laney the Horse ...
As herself
Jesse Hoy ...
Town Drunk
Katie Jordan ...
Martha Hiccup
Andy Jurgensen ...
Wild Bill Bingo
Eddie Plaxton ...
Biff Cooper
Scott Rienbolt ...
Dusty Right
Sam Roberson ...
Rebecca Rodriguez ...
Emily Baxter
Tim Stout ...
Rattlesnake Jake


In the year eighteen-hundred and forty-eight, there lived gunfighter by the name of Jake. He was known and respected throughout the west by his trademark white hat and patent leather vest. Quick on the draw with deadly precision the town of Gulch was safe under Jake's supervision -- until one day when things went awry and a series of embarrassing events forced our hero to say 'good-bye.' The town he loved, the people he protected had turned on him and made him feel rejected. Well, years passed by as years typically do and then out of nowhere three outlaws made their debut. Bruce, Biff, and Buck Cooper were simply the worst; they harassed, and looted, and fearlessly cursed. They robbed the bank and shot at townspeople, one even set fire to the local church steeple. Yes, the people of Gulch were in quick the pickle, if only their reaction toward Jake hadn't been so fickle! Will our hero forgive? Could he possibly forget? Does he even have it in him to vanquish the threat? Written by Dave Lindsay

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In the great old west, there was no law; one lived and died by luck of the draw


Short | Western





Release Date:

28 May 2004 (USA)  »

Box Office


$1,000 (estimated)

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Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Did You Know?


While filming the "town in chaos" shot, the Cooper Brothers were instructed to torment the townspeople, and the townspeople were told to act accordingly. They ran around and flailed their arms in the air and looked pretty distressed. After the take, the actor playing the Indian said he accidentally turned his back to the camera revealing the blue Speedo he wore underneath the loin cloth/car washing chamois. Another take was rolled off to cover for this error, but during the shot, the DP started to chuckle at what he was viewing through the lens. It turned out that Brett, the man playing the Indian, decided to do away with the Speedo entirely, allowing him to expose his backside to the camera. The director kept the shot, claiming that it added to the "authenticity" of the film. See more »

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