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The Wild McCullochs (1975)

A Story about the rich McCulloch Family, their overbearing father and the children's misguided blaming him for everything that doesn't go right.

Director:

Max Baer Jr.

Writer:

Max Baer Jr.
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Forrest Tucker ... J.J. McCulloch
Julie Adams ... Hannah McCulloch
Max Baer Jr. ... Culver Robinson
Janice Heiden Janice Heiden ... Ali McCulloch
Dennis Redfield ... Steven McCulloch
Don Grady ... R.J. McCulloch
Chip Hand Chip Hand ... Gary McCulloch
William Demarest ... Father Gurkin
Harold J. Stone ... George
Vito Scotti ... Tony, the Bartender
Sandy McPeak ... Rad (as Sandy Kevin)
Lillian Randolph ... Missy
Mike Mazurki ... Cliff Randall
Billy Curtis ... Charlie P.
Biff Elliot ... Ralph
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A Story about the rich McCulloch Family, their overbearing father and the children's misguided blaming him for everything that doesn't go right.

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The Last of Their Lusty Kind See more »

Genres:

Drama | Romance

Certificate:

PG
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 May 1975 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

McCullochs See more »

Filming Locations:

Rio Vista, California, USA

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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***Not Bad For Max Baer Jr. Directorial Debut***

First off all the other ratings were done nearly 30 years after the movie was made. Of coarse it is not going to hold up to standards in the era of 2002 - 2012. This was Max Baer Jr. first attempt at directing with help from actors he knew and done for a very low budget. It is not a block buster movie, but it is entertaining and has an awesome cast. I think you have to give a little credit to Mr. Baer for even attempting this. I do not see any of the critics attempting a movie. As the matter of fact the only attempt i see from them is sitting on their duffs watching a movie and pretending to be a professional at judging ambitions. I liked this movie and thought it was alright in a 1975 sort of way. I will admit that I am a bit partial to The Wild McCullochs. After all I did have a cameo with Don Grady in the Jeep!


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