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Any Which Way You Can (17-Dec-1980)

Director: Buddy Van Horn

Writer: Stanford Sherman

Producer: Fritz Manes

Keywords: Action/Comedy, Monkeys, Truckers

In this sequel to Every Which Way But Loose (1978), hauler Philo Beddoe has one last bareknuckle fight before retiring, but some syndicate men are very insistent that he have another (quite dangerous) fight. The Black Widows are back. And orangutan Clyde meets a lady friend! Better than its predecessor; by any measure a winning entry in the pantheon of movies of this ilk.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Julie Brown
Actor
31-Aug-1962   West Coast Julie Brown
Glen Campbell
Country Musician
22-Apr-1936   Rhinestone Cowboy
Barry Corbin
Actor
16-Oct-1940   Maurice Minnifield on Northern Exposure
Clint Eastwood
Actor
31-May-1930   The Man With No Name
James Gammon
Actor
20-Apr-1940 16-Jul-2010 American Character Actor
Ruth Gordon
Actor
30-Oct-1896 28-Aug-1985 Rosemary's Baby
Harry Guardino
Actor
23-Dec-1925 17-Jul-1995 Houseboat
Geoffrey Lewis
Actor
31-Jul-1935   Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil
Sondra Locke
Actor
28-May-1944   Former squeeze and co-star of Clint Eastwood
Bill McKinney
Actor
12-Sep-1931 1-Dec-2011 Deliverance
Ann Nelson
Actor
27-May-1916 2-Jun-1992 Mrs. Gertrude Berg on Fame
John Quade
Actor
1-Apr-1938 9-Aug-2009 Every Which Way But Loose
Anne Ramsey
Actor
1-Sep-1929 11-Aug-1988 Throw Momma from the Train
William Smith
Actor
24-Mar-1933   Any Which Way You Can

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