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Fools' Parade

Fools' Parade(1971)

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Brief Synopsis

When an ex-con tries to open a general store, a corrupt prison official and banker try to get in the way.

Cast & Crew

James Stewart Mattie Appleyard
George Kennedy [Dallas] Doc Council
Strother Martin Lee Cottrill
Kurt Russell Johnny Jesus
William Windom Roy K. Sizemore
Mike Kellin Steve Mystic
Kathy Cannon Chanty [Thorn]
Morgan Paull Junior Kilfong
Robert Donner Willis Hubbard
David Huddleston Homer Grindstaff
Dort Clark Enoch Purdy
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Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  GP Premiere Info:  not available
Release Date:  1971 Production Date:  A James Less Barrett -- Andrew V. McLaglen Production
AFI-DVD*, EB
Color/B&W:  Color (Eastmancolor) Distributions Co:  Columbia Pictures
Sound:  Mono Production Co:  Stanmore Productions, Inc., Penbar Productions, Inc.
Duration(mins):  97-98 Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  not available    
Duration(reels):  not available    

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  • fools' parade

    kevin sellers 2017-12-10

    This is one of several late 60s/early 70s Hollywood redneck gangster films, set in the Depression, that were designed to capitalize on the success of... MORE>

  • lie it all down.

    a.morris 2017-11-29

    the thing that makes this movie anything special is james stewart.it was the last movie he really starred in. it was a good story..not a great one..but... MORE>

  • Fool's Parade worthwile endevor

    Danny Donian 2017-11-29

    A decent movie if you can get by Stewarts glass eye and some half baked comedy routines. A good look at the old south and a bygone (thankfully) prison... MORE>