Piccadilly Cowboy is about a Montana Cowboy, named Carson Wells. Carson is unmarried and living abroad in London. A fish out of water, Carson works for a high power beef company, and is ... See full summary »



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jaelan Petrie ...
Carson Wells
Sophie Shaw ...
Gemma Armstrong
Tom Butcher ...
Nigel Backman
Katie Foster-Barnes ...
Lucy Armstrong (as Kate Foster-Barnes)
Gwyneth Powell ...
Mr. Armstrong
Daniel Rabin ...
Ian Bustard ...
Michael Wilson ...
Jail Mate
Secret Service
Ruth Leah ...
Sister Maybe
English Bobby
Sally Gardner ...
Sister Duncan


Piccadilly Cowboy is about a Montana Cowboy, named Carson Wells. Carson is unmarried and living abroad in London. A fish out of water, Carson works for a high power beef company, and is dating a beautiful, British girl named Lucy. Everything seems to be going well for him in the Big Smoke. When he decides to settle for their relationship and ask Lucy's grandfather, Mr. Armstrong, for her hand in marriage, the reply is that he must first find a husband for her older sister, Gemma. Whilst finding her a potential mate, his life changes forever as he discovers true love and resolves issues in his own personal life. Written by Jenny Anderson

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Rated PG for brief violence


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23 March 2007 (USA)  »

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Anxiously Engaged  »

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$1,000,000 (estimated)

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1.85 : 1
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A nice romcom, Mormon style; good values but needed a bit more energy
18 January 2017 | by (Toledo, Ohio) – See all my reviews

Carson (Jaelen Petrie), originally from Montana, is now working for a British Beef Firm. Raised on a cattle ranch, he naturally knows quite a bit about the production of steak. Also a Mormon, he has met a lovely girl, Lucy (Katie Foster-Barnes) who he believes is "the one". But, when Carson goes to the lady's grandfather-guardian, to ask for Lucy's hand, the Piccadilly cowboy is thrown for a loop. It seems Lucy has an unwed, older sister, Gemma (Sophie Shaw). IF Carson can find a suitor for Gemma, then the engagement is on. What a concept! It turns out Gemma is a pretty teacher who has been on one too many bad dates and doesn't want to keep trying. Yet, without disclosing Grandfather's conditions, Carson begins to set her up with a bevy of men. None of the dates work out very well. But, in the meantime, Carson gets to know Gemma much better, as he meets her at her work, at church, and on the town. Even a last attempt set-up with Carson's boss as a possible gentleman for Gemma DOESN'T dampen Mr. Cowboy's growing interest in his own fiancée's sister! What can be done? This very nice romcom, Mormon style, has its moments. What fun to see Carson on business in Scotland, where he has trouble understanding the accented English and the ways of the Scots! Although the film has no stars, the three principals, Petrie, Shaw, and Foster-Barnes, are attractive, capable actors. Likewise, the supporting cast is fine, as are the costumes, great scenery, and production values. The story is not heavily religious but it is definitely a factor, making the movie a clean, safe view for everyone. Nevertheless, the pace of the film could have been better, as there are times of low energy. Yet, if you like romantic comedies and want one that will have no objectionable material, here's one which you would be wise to locate.

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