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The Sheepman (7-May-1958)

Director: George E. Marshall

Writers: William Bowers; James Edward Grant; William Roberts

Music by: Jeff Alexander

Producer: Edmund Grainger

Keywords: Western

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Willis Bouchey
Actor
24-May-1907 27-Sep-1977 The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
Edgar Buchanan
Actor
20-Mar-1903 4-Apr-1979 Uncle Joe Carson on Petticoat Junction
Glenn Ford
Actor
1-May-1916 30-Aug-2006 Gilda, Blackboard Jungle
Pedro Gonzalez Gonzalez
Actor
24-May-1925 6-Feb-2006 Rio Bravo
Shirley MacLaine
Actor
24-Apr-1934   Terms of Endearment
Leslie Nielsen
Actor
11-Feb-1926 28-Nov-2010 Airplane!
Slim Pickens
Actor
29-Jun-1919 8-Dec-1983 Tough cowboy actor
Pernell Roberts
Actor
18-May-1928 24-Jan-2010 Trapper John, M.D.
Mickey Shaughnessy
Actor
5-Aug-1920 23-Jul-1985 Jailhouse Rock

CAST

Glenn Ford   ...   Jason Sweet
Shirley MacLaine   ...   Dell Payton
Leslie Nielsen   ...   Johnny Bledsoe
Mickey Shaughnessy   ...   Jumbo McCall
Edgar Buchanan   ...   Milt Masters
Willis Bouchey   ...   Mr. Payton
Pernell Roberts   ...   Chocktaw
Slim Pickens   ...   Marshal
Buzz Henry   ...   Red
Pedro Gonzalez Gonzalez   ...   Angelo

REVIEWS

Review by dracula (posted on 17-Mar-2005)

Excellent comedy western. Filmed in wyoming, very similiar to location of Shane. Excellent comedy performances from support cast of Mickey Shaughnessy & Edgar Buchanan. Simple storyline with no frills. Thats what all good westerns should be.


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