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This Is the West That Was(1974)

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Brief Synopsis

A lighthearted look at the saga of Wild Bill Hickok and his relationship with Calamity Jane as he is targeted for revenge by some tough gunfighters.

Cast & Crew

Fielder Cook Director
Ben Murphy Wild Bill Hickok
Kim Darby Calamity Jane
Jane Alexander Sarah Shaw
Tony Franciosa J W Mccanles
Stuart Margolin Blind Pete
Matt Clark Buffalo Bill Cody
Bill McKinney Drago Wellman
W L Legault Hearts
Luke Askew Oscar Wellman
Woodrow Parfrey Mel Castlewaite
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  • This Is the West That Was; Laugh till it hurts

    Dave S 2008-03-31

    My brother and I laughed until it hurt. Now almost 35 years later we still talk about a few of the punch lines. This would be worth seeing again. MORE>