Rustlers' Rhapsody

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Released 1985

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Director:
Hugh Wilson (I)
Released:
1985
Rating:
PG
Rustlers' Rhapsody is a good-natured 1985 comedy that takes an affectionate poke at all of Western movie traditions. The Singing Cowboy, Rex O'Herlihan (Tom Berenger), wanders the West making sure all is right with the world. One day, his travels take him to the sleepy town of Oakwood Estates. All the usual characters inhabit the town from the local tyrant, Colonel Ticonderoga (Andy Griffith), Miss Tracy (Marilu Henner) the kind-hearted prostitute and, of course, a town drunk (G.W. Bailey). Rex starts cleaning up the town, and exposing the corrupt practices of Ticonderoga and the Railroad Colonel (Fernando Rey). But Rex's greatest foe is another do-gooder, Bob Barber (Patrick Wayne) who threatens to take his place as the hero. Writer and director Hugh Wilson knows how to weave together the many cliches of the Old West pictures, from the trusty horse to villains dressed in black and the slow-motion gun battles. /span/div
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