Doc West (Widescreen)
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Terrence Hill plays the lead role. Was not familiar with him but loved his accent, not bad to look at either. He did a great job.
If you loved this movie like I did, don't miss the 2nd installment Triggerman.
However,that was then;Western Movies changed and we got the big productions such as Oklahoma,High Noon etc and TV gave us Gunsmoke,The Rifleman,Big Valley,Ponderosa,etc.In music we got Barbara Mandrell,Merle Haggard,Willie Nelson,Kristofferson,Jennings,etc.
Time marched on,Westerns Series disappeared from TV,sort of replaced by Little House on the Prarie and Dallas.Westerns were just about a thing of the past,when Sergio Leone and Clint Eastwood changed everything with the "Spaghetti Westerns"Now some Westerns were better than ever;but except for the odd one like Tombstone,for example,Westerns have almost disappeared again;3:10 to Yuma being an exception.
Several years ago Henry Winkler teamed up with Kris Kristofferson and gave us the teriffic series,Dead Man's Gun. That's now gone,and so is Deadwood,an excellent series which is also gone.Now, when it comes to TV ,forget about Westerns,except for reruns of older movies.Same with C& W Music.Nashville changed all that,pushed Traditional or Classic aside for Country Rock;putting an end to the Legends and music of the people that lasted for decades and even generations.Urban Cowboy and Linedance ,etc., is a poor substitute for C & W Music.Read more ›
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I have always liked Terence Hill but I wish I had not seen this movie. He looked to be half asleep most of the movie and just going through the motions in a semi detached manner. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Srinivasa
Entertaining western that entire family can watch. Watched it once and thought it was just okay. Will I watch it a second time? Probably not.Published 13 months ago by 1wayticket2WY
I definite enjoy the Terence Hill's movies. He's still as likeable as he was in the late 60's or 70's and 80's. Read morePublished 13 months ago by mario bonilla
While this movie is not the typical Terence Hill movie, it was still well worth watching. As another reviewer described the movie with the words Shane meets Little House on the... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Amazon Customer