Bronco Billy (1980)

The most outrageous of 'em all.

Original Title : Bronco Billy
Director : Clint Eastwood
Writer : Dennis Hackin
Genre : Adventure
Country : USA
Language : English
Producer : Robert Daley , Neal H. Dobrofsky , Dennis Hackin , Fritz Manes
Music : Cliff Crofford
Cliff Crofford
Steve Dorff
Steve Dorff
Steve Dorff
Steve Dorff
Steve Dorff
John Durrill
Snuff Garrett
Snuff Garrett
Snuff Garrett
Larry Herbstritt
Photography : David Worth
Distributor : Warner Bros. Pictures
IMDB ID : 0080472
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Clint Eastwood Bronco Billy McCoy
Sondra Locke Antoinette Lilly
Geoffrey Lewis John Arlington
Scatman Crothers Doc Lynch
Bill McKinney Lefty LeBow
Sam Bottoms Leonard James
Dan Vadis Chief Big Eagle
Sierra Pecheur Lorraine Running Water
Walter Barnes Sheriff Dix
Woodrow Parfrey Dr. Canterbury, Head of Sanatorium
Beverlee McKinsey Irene Lilly, Antoinette's stepmother
Doug McGrath Lt. Wiecker (as Douglas McGrath
Hank Worden Gas Station Operator
William Prince Edgar Lipton
Pam Abas Mother Superior
Eyde Byrde Maid Eloise (as Edye Byrde
Douglas Copsey Reporter at Bank
John Wesley Elliott Jr. Sanatorium Attendant
Chuck Hicks Cowboy at Bar
Robert F. Hoy Cowboy at Bar (as Bobby Hoy
Jefferson Jewell Boy in Bank
Dawneen Lee Bank Teller
Don Mummert Chauffeur
Lloyd Nelson Sanatorium Policeman
George Orrison Cowboy at Bar
Michael Reinbold King
Tessa Richarde Mitzi Fritts
Tanya Russell Dolores Duke the Carhop
Valerie Shanks Sister Maria
Sharon Sherlock License Clerk
James Simmerman I.V. Carleton, Bank Manager
Roger Dale Simmons Reporter at Bank
Jenny Sternling Reporter at Sanatorium
Chuck Waters Bank Robber
Jerry Wills Bank Robber
Merle Haggard Himself
Alison Eastwood Child at orphange (uncredited
Kyle Eastwood Orphan (uncredited
Danny Jensen Reporter (uncredited
Arlis Tranmer Photographer (uncredited


Bronco Billy McCoy is the proud owner of a small traveling Wild West show. But the business isn't doing too well: since six months he couldn't pay his employees. At a gas station he picks up Antoinette, a stuck-up blonde from a rich family, who was left there by her husband in the wedding night without a penny. Bronco likes her looks and hires her as his assistant. But she seems to bring them bad luck: the business gets even worse. In these hard times she looses her reluctance and starts to like her new way of life... and Bronco Billy.


A minor classic, 1 November 2002 Author: jaykay-10 Here's a picture that works beautifully on several levels, including the philosophical (I kid you not). Approach it as a lighthearted caper, and you will be entertained. If you enjoy whimsy with a trace of fantasy, it will not disappoint you. How about a picture questioning the nature of reality, in which characters challenge and re-shape the identities that life seems to have foisted upon them? There are not many movies with such powerful ambitions, and fewer still that develop them in an oblique, yet perfectly comprehensible, manner. There is nothing the least bit heavy handed about this film, quite the opposite. Enter the special world it creates, and you will be rewarded both emotionally and intellectually. (See what I mean? Now make sure you haven't missed "Finding Graceland" and "Pennies From Heaven.")
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