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Hot Lead and Cold Feet
     

Hot Lead and Cold Feet

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Director: Robert Butler, Jim Dale, Karen Valentine, Don Knotts

Cast: Robert Butler, Jim Dale, Karen Valentine, Don Knotts

 
In this Disney western, Jim Dale plays Eli Bloodshy, and his twin sons Wild Billy and Jasper. The older man has founded the town of Bloodshy, and now that he has apparently died, his sons must battle for control of his legacy in a wild train race. One of them is a city-slicker, a mild-mannered, bible-spouting fellow; the other is a gun-fighting, drunken, hot-tempered

Overview

In this Disney western, Jim Dale plays Eli Bloodshy, and his twin sons Wild Billy and Jasper. The older man has founded the town of Bloodshy, and now that he has apparently died, his sons must battle for control of his legacy in a wild train race. One of them is a city-slicker, a mild-mannered, bible-spouting fellow; the other is a gun-fighting, drunken, hot-tempered lad, more at home with outlaws than with law-abiding citizens. When they settle with each other, they still have to battle venal Mayor Ragsdale (Darren McGavin) for real control.

Product Details

Release Date:
07/06/2004
UPC:
0786936234343
Original Release:
1978
Rating:
G
Source:
Walt Disney Video
Region Code:
1
Time:
1:30:00
Sales rank:
12,185

Special Features

Closed Caption; Theatrical trailer; French language track; French and Spanish subtitles; Dolby Digital Mono sound; Widescreen (1.85:1) enhanced for 16x9 televisions

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jim Dale Eli
Karen Valentine Jenny
Don Knotts Denver Kid
Jack Elam Rattlesnake
John Williams Mansfield
Darren McGavin Mayor Ragsdale
Warren Vanders Boss Snead
Debbie Lytton Roxanne
Michael Sharrett Marcus
Don Brodie Actor
Art Burke Actor
Stanley Clements Actor
Warde Donovan Actor
Russ Fast Actor
Ron Honthaner Actor
Hap Lawrence Actor
Paul Lukather Actor
Dal McKennon Actor
Robert Rothwell Actor
Eric Server Actor
Brad Weston Actor
John Steadman Old Codger
Ed Bakey Joshua
Don "Red" Barry Bartender
Gregg Palmer Jeff
James Van Patten Jake
Richard Wright Pete
Dave Cass Jack

Technical Credits
Robert Butler Director
Arthur Alsberg Screenwriter
Buddy Baker Score Composer
Hal Bigger Special Effects
Art Cruickshank Special Effects
Raymond A. de Leuw Editor
Buddy Joe Hooker Stunts
Billy Lee Special Effects
Danny Lee Special Effects
Eustace Lycett Special Effects
Louis Mann Production Designer
John Mansbridge Art Director
Joseph L. McEveety Screenwriter
Ron Miller Producer
Don Nelson Screenwriter
Frank Phillips Cinematographer
Frank T. Smith Art Director
Ron Talsky Costumes/Costume Designer
John Williams [composer] Score Composer

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Opening Credits [11:38]
2. On the Road to Bloodshy [9:46]
3. Wild Billy [10:01]
4. Inheritance [8:50]
5. Fighting for the Town [9:17]
6. The Race [10:41]
7. Dead Man's Pass [14:08]
8. Clearing the Mountain [6:24]
9. The Best Man/The End [8:51]

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Hot Lead and Cold Feet 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is the one of my favorite family movies ever, Hot Lead and Cold Feet is a very good family comedy-western movie about A two-gun terror and his brother turn an old cowtown upside down. A blazing, rip-roaring riotus saga of brotherly competition in a winner-take-all battle for an inheritance. The older man has founded the town of Bloodshy, and now that he has apparently died, his sons must battle for control of his legacy in a wild train race. One of them is a city-slicker, a mild-mannered, bible-spouting fellow the other is a gun-fighting, drunken, hot-tempered lad, more at home with outlaws than with law-abiding citizens. When they settle with each other, they still have to battle venal Mayor Ragsdale (Darren McGavin) for real control. I am not a huge fan of western movies. I love comedies and family movies, because we get 4 stars of you. I like Don Knotts , like the Apple Dumpling Gang, a real family western movie.