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Wild Rovers (23-Jun-1971)

Director: Blake Edwards

Writer: Blake Edwards

Music: Jerry Goldsmith

Producers: Blake Edwards; Ken Wales

Keywords: Western, Bank Robbery

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Joe Don Baker
12-Feb-1936   Walking Tall
Alan Carney
22-Dec-1909 2-May-1973 Comedy duo, Brown & Carney
Leora Dana
1-Apr-1923 13-Dec-1983 Some Came Running
Victor French
4-Dec-1934 15-Jun-1989 Highway to Heaven
Moses Gunn
2-Oct-1929 16-Dec-1993 Bumpy Jonas in Shaft
William Holden
17-Apr-1918 16-Nov-1981 Stalag 17
William Lucking
17-Jun-1941   Piney on Sons of Anarchy
Karl Malden
22-Mar-1912 1-Jul-2009 Streets of San Francisco
Ryan O'Neal
20-Apr-1941   Paper Moon
James Olson
8-Oct-1930   Rachel, Rachel
Rachel Roberts
20-Sep-1927 26-Nov-1980 This Sporting Life
Tom Skerritt
25-Aug-1933   Viper in Top Gun


William Holden   ...   Ross Bodine
Ryan O'Neal   ...   Frank Post
Karl Malden   ...   Walter Buckman
Lynn Carlin   ...   Sada Billings
Tom Skerritt   ...   John Buckman
Joe Don Baker   ...   Paul Buckman
James Olson   ...   Joe Billings
Leora Dana   ...   Nell Buckman
Moses Gunn   ...   Ben
Victor French   ...   Sheriff
Rachel Roberts   ...   Maybell
Sam Gilman   ...   Hansen
Charles Gray   ...   Savage
William Bryant   ...   Hereford
Jack Garner   ...   Cap Swilling
Caitlin Wyles   ...   Bodine's Girl
Mary Jackson   ...   Sada's Mother
William Lucking   ...   Ruff
Ed Bakey   ...   Gambler
Ted Gehring   ...   Tucsonn Sheriff
Alan Carney   ...   Palace Bartender
Ed Long   ...   Cassidy
Patrick Sullivan Burke   ...   Palace Tenor
Lee DeBroux   ...   Leaky
Hal Lynch   ...   Mack
Red Morgan   ...   Sheepman
Bennie Dobbins   ...   Sheepman
Bob Beck   ...   Bathhouse Attendant
Geoffrey Edwards   ...   Attendant's Son
Studs Tanney   ...   Piano Player
Bruno VeSota   ...   Cantina Bartender
Dick Crockett   ...   Sheriff's Deputy


Review by anonymous (posted on 9-Aug-2006)

A few less-discerning critics stated that in this film, William Holden reprised his role from The Wild Bunch, but nothing could be less correct. In the Wild Bunch, Holden was a vicious killer, a bitter and ruthless man. In the Wild Rovers, he is an aging, good-natured cowpoke who decides to enrich his lifestyle by robbing a bank, aided by his young protege, played by Ryan O'Neal. The two are pursued by the sons of a tough old rancher (Karl Malden). This is an enjoyable movie, well-acted, beautifully filmed, and with an engaging musical score.

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