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Mi Amigo (2002)

Mi amigo (original title)
PG-13 | | Comedy, Western | April 2002 (USA)
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Two lifelong friends are forced to choose between peaceful forgiveness and carrying a deadly grudge in a sprawling tale of Old West vengeance.


Milton Brown



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Credited cast:
Ed Bruce Ed Bruce ... Bobby Ray
Tom Everett ... Older Cale
Josh Holloway ... Younger Pal
Channon Roe ... Younger Bobby Ray
Jackie Belvin Jackie Belvin ... Younger Kitty (as Jackie Schell)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jo Harvey Allen
Jack Armstrong ... Younger Cale
Alejandro De Hoyos ... Paco
Freddy Fender
Burton Gilliam ... Older Pal Grisham
Francisco Gonzalez Francisco Gonzalez ... Thug


Two lifelong friends are forced to choose between peaceful forgiveness and carrying a deadly grudge in a sprawling tale of Old West vengeance.

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Comedy | Western

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG-13 for some sexual content, nudity and language | See all certifications »


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Mi Amigo Web Site | Official site





Release Date:

April 2002 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Mi Amigo See more »

Filming Locations:

Mobile, Alabama, USA

Company Credits

Production Co:

Azalea Film Corporation See more »
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Technical Specs


Color (Technicolor)
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Did You Know?


Thirty three minutes into the movie there is a banner shown stretching across Main St. advertising the The Old Wild West Celebration. The banner reads: "Welcome To Cherub, Old Wild West Celebration, A Town Touched By Angles" I believe that should read "Angels" unless their looking at it from another "Angle". See more »

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THERE IS A REASON to watch it
15 August 2013 | by vic-781-417189See all my reviews

SO much is wrong with this film that it becomes a classic in film making errors - but not saying I have the skills to do any better. Actually, for a low budget effort - it is not THAT bad. Here are some things that make it actually fun to watch as you struggle to stay focused:

The lighting is consistently quite theater quality good - without any subtle hints of drama. Just glaring bright lighting and great shadow play in some scenes because of the glaring light.

The acting is fine but a bit stiff as it seems directed to get the script done on time and under budget. These character actors are some old time favorites from so many old films and you just have to figure they came into this project to help out a friend and have a good time in South Alabama - maybe do a little fishing or quail hunting while they are on location.

THE TOWN: The fictional town of Cherub Texas is played by the little "Ghost Town" of Peterman, Alabama. It is a photogenic little dead town that probably had its last breath of business taking place in the late 1950's or early 1960s. The use of the town and its one street and the railroad track and a few buildings is sort of a warm glow of the old South as it faded away and all the kids grew up and moved off to the big city.

The Country Western Singing Star -- going the next stage to become a Rabbi is so out of context it is absolutely humorous - Well played. So low key. Few people will realize there was actually quite a persistent Jewish population in small Southern towns up to the late 1960's. They left for the same reason the kids left when they grew up - jobs and money were just better in the big towns and cities.

I love the review above that noted the misspelled "ANGELS". Wish I had caught that. I bet it was intentional.

ALL in ALL a Bad movie with a lot of warm touches - especially for the people of South Alabama who always stopped when passing to photograph the old town of Peterman.

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