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Cowboys & Indians (2011)

PG-13 | | Adventure, Family, Western
With the fate of the frontier hanging in the balance, a former cavalry officer is called back into action to rescue a beautiful maiden from the clutches a band of renegade Black Claw Indians led by a frightening medicine man.

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Captain Bugle
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Hoot Cartwright
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Patricia
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Falling Star
James McCarthy ...
Prescott Seavers
Andrew Pinon ...
Bad Face
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Conway
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Colonel Fitzgerald
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Golden Eagle
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McHale
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Chief White Elk (as Jimmy James Jr.)
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Sportin' Gal
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Cactus Jake Johnstone
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Otis
Bill Bookston ...
Green Tooth
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With the fate of the frontier hanging in the balance, a former cavalry officer is called back into action to rescue a beautiful maiden from the clutches a band of renegade Black Claw Indians led by a frightening medicine man.

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The Return of the Great Western


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Rated PG-13 for some western action violence | See all certifications »
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Great shoot 'em up Western. I loved it!
8 May 2012 | by See all my reviews

Awesome Western! Just like the kind I used to watch as a kid!

Great action and a great storyline. I loved all of the fist fights, gun fights, and the tomahawk fight was the best! It was a lot more than I was hoping for. The box said, the Great Western Returns, and they weren't kidding. Why can't more Hollywood movies be like this?

There was some really good acting and some great characters thrown in there. You just loved to hate the town villain! Great chemistry between Bugle and his sidekick. Every great Western hero has to have a hilarious side kick.

I watched it with my whole family and not one curse word! Wow. You don't see that anymore these days.


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