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Lewis & Clark & George (1997)

Two escaped convicts join forces with a seductive femme on the trail of a long-forgotten gold mine.

Director:

Rod McCall

Writer:

Rod McCall
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Rose McGowan ... George
Dan Gunther ... Clark
Brian Taylor Brian Taylor ... Boyfriend
Salvator Xuereb ... Lewis
Art LaFleur ... Fred
James Brolin ... Reverend Red
Jerry Gardner Jerry Gardner ... Yo-Yo Man
Richard Butterfield Richard Butterfield ... Pickup Cowboy
Sally Jackson ... Waitress
Suzanne Mari ... Nefertiti
Tamara Clatterbuck ... Blond Hooker
Holly Riddle Zuniga Holly Riddle Zuniga ... Betty (as Holly Riddle)
E.E. Bell ... Mailman
Paul Bartel ... Cop
Aki Aleong ... Chang
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Two escaped convicts join forces with a seductive femme on the trail of a long-forgotten gold mine.

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Taglines:

Greed & Lust & Betrayal (UK VHS) See more »

Genres:

Comedy | Crime | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong language, sexuality and some violence | See all certifications »

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Quotes

George: He was right. You are stupid.
Clark: You talk?
George: Yeah.
Clark: Why didn't you talk before?
George: I'm not a verbal chick.
Clark: Lewis was right. After... shit!
George: And I'd stay and chat and all but I gotta get back on the road.
Clark: [Talking to Lewis's dead body] You were right buddy. It was stupid. I fucked up.
George: He was wrong about one thing.
Clark: Oh, whats that?
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Soundtracks

Descafeinado
Written and performed by Ben Vaughn
Courtesy of Bar None Records
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Tarantino you are not.
2 August 2008 | by EXodus25XSee all my reviews

A bad Quentin Tarantino rip off, at least I hope that's what they were going for because at least then I could respect the director for admiring Tarantino. One scene a "singing" scene with Rose McGowan is far to well done and genius for this film and could have only been stumbled on by mistake by this director. So besides his Quinton inspiration and Rose McGowan and her one good scene this film sucked. Some of the crappiest dialogue I have ever heard, I'm willing to bet why McGowan doesn't speak much is because of how crappy her dialogue would have been. Tries to be funny, never is, tries to be dark and isn't, tries to be stylish and is just bland. Who dishes out the money to make movies like this, I'm hoping it was all the directors so no one else's money was wasted. If not for McGowan the whole cast is awful and when McGowan is your best hmmm, I gotta wonder.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

4 June 1998 (Hungary) See more »

Also Known As:

Lewis and Clark and George See more »

Filming Locations:

Hillsboro, New Mexico, USA See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby

Color:

Color
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