The Over-The-Hill Gang Rides Again

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Released 1970

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Director:
George McCowan
Released:
1970
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The Over-The-Hill Gang Rides Again is the 1970 sequel to The Over-The-Hill Gang about a group of aging and retired Texas Rangers. This film chronicles the gang as they go to Waco to clean up the town. Nash Crawford (Walter Brennan), the leader of the gang, rejoins forces with Jason Fitch (Edgar Buchanan), Amos Polk (Andy Devine), and Gentleman George Agnew (Chill Willis) to ride to Waco to rescue old friend and former Texas Ranger, The Baltimore Kid (Fred Astaire). He has been accused of robbery and murder but is innocent. The group works to exonerate their friend and dry him out as the Kid had become the town drunk. With the clean and sober Baltimoe Kid, the gang looks for the real killer and makes the streets of Waco safe once again. The Over-The-Hill Gang Rides Again is a funny and warm film that highlights its stars' charms in an old-fashioned Western.
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