Dirty Dingus Magee

Overview

Frank Sinatra stars in this bawdy western satire as Dingus Magee, a would-be outlaw who robs Hoke Birdsill George Kennedy while Hoke is en route to Yerkey's Hole, New Mexico. Hoke reports the theft to Belle Knops Anne Jackson, the mayor of Yerkey's Hole and proprietor of the town's biggest business, a brothel favored by the enlisted men at the nearby Army fort. Belle appoints Hoke as the new deputy, and he tracks down Magee as he's enjoying a roll in the bushes with Anna Michele Carey, a very friendly Indian ...
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Overview

Frank Sinatra stars in this bawdy western satire as Dingus Magee, a would-be outlaw who robs Hoke Birdsill George Kennedy while Hoke is en route to Yerkey's Hole, New Mexico. Hoke reports the theft to Belle Knops Anne Jackson, the mayor of Yerkey's Hole and proprietor of the town's biggest business, a brothel favored by the enlisted men at the nearby Army fort. Belle appoints Hoke as the new deputy, and he tracks down Magee as he's enjoying a roll in the bushes with Anna Michele Carey, a very friendly Indian maid. Hoke brings in Magee, but Anna then helps him escape; Belle uses Magee's unscheduled release to convince the commanding officers at the Army base that an Indian uprising is imminent, and that their planned relocation to Little Big Horn where they hope to arrive before Gen. Custer and his troops might be a bit premature not to mention bad for her business. Soon Hoke is after Magee for robbing a stage and stealing the strongbox which, of course, he can't open, the Indians are after Magee for running off with Anna, a sexually repressed schoolmarm named Prudence Lois Nettleton is after Magee after he awakens the woman within her, and John Wesley Hardin Jack Elam is after Magee, well, just because. "Catch-22" author Joseph Heller co-wrote the screenplay.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/23/2011
  • UPC: 883316360705
  • Original Release: 1970
  • Source: Warner Archives
  • Time: 1:30:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 24,508

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Frank Sinatra Dingus
George Kennedy Hoke
Anne Jackson Belle
John Dehner General
Lois Nettleton Prudence
Jack Elam Hardin
Michele Carey Anna
Henry Jones Rev. Green
Harry Carey Jr. Stuart
Paul Fix Chief Crazy Blanket
Don "Red" Barry Shotgun
Carol Anderson Belle's Girl
Maray Ayres
Timothy Blake
Willis B. Bouchey Ira Teasdale
David Burk Trooper
Dave Cass
Marya Christen China Poppy
Tom Fadden Trooper
Irene Kelly
Babe London
Gayle Rogers
Diane Sayer
Grady Sutton
Lisa Todd
Mike Wagner Driver
Terry Wilson
Technical Credits
Burt Kennedy Director, Editor, Producer
Jeff Alexander Score Composer, Songwriter
Robert R. Benton Set Decoration/Design
Mack David Score Composer, Songwriter
George W. Davis Art Director
William B. Gulick Editor
Joseph Heller Screenwriter
Al Jennings Asst. Director
Al Jennings Asst. Director
J. McMillan Johnson Art Director
Charles R. Pierce Set Decoration/Design
Harry Stradling Jr. Cinematographer
Billy Strange Score Composer
Marcel Vercoutere Special Effects
Frank Waldman Screenwriter
Tom Waldman Screenwriter
Hal Watkins Sound/Sound Designer
Yvonne Wood Costumes/Costume Designer
Bruce Wright Sound/Sound Designer
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