Gambler Returns: The Luck of the Draw

The Gambler Returns: The Luck of the Draw

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Director: Dick Lowry, Kenny Rogers, Reba McEntire, Rick Rossovich

Cast: Dick Lowry, Kenny Rogers, Reba McEntire, Rick Rossovich

     
 

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The fourth of Kenny Rogers' Gambler TV movies, 1991's The Gambler Returns: The Luck of the Draw is regarded by many Western diehards as the best. This time, gambler Brady Hawkes is en route to a high-stakes poker game in San Francisco. His travelling companions are a trouble-prone frontier Romeo (Rick Rossovich) and a feisty ex-saloon gal (Reba McIntyre)

Overview

The fourth of Kenny Rogers' Gambler TV movies, 1991's The Gambler Returns: The Luck of the Draw is regarded by many Western diehards as the best. This time, gambler Brady Hawkes is en route to a high-stakes poker game in San Francisco. His travelling companions are a trouble-prone frontier Romeo (Rick Rossovich) and a feisty ex-saloon gal (Reba McIntyre). Never mind that: The real attraction of Luck of the Draw is its enormous guest-star lineup of famous TV cowboy heroes of yore: Gene "Bat Masterson" Barry, Hugh "Wyatt Earp" O'Brien, Brian "The Westerner" Keith, Chuck "The Rifleman" Connors, Jack "Maverick" Kelly, Clint "Cheyenne" Walker, David "Kung Fu" Carradine, and "Virginian" co-stars James Drury and Doug McClure. The first portion of this two-part movie concentrates on setting up the plot; Part two is the card game itself, preceded by a boxing match refereed by Bat Masterson (Gene Barry).

Product Details

Release Date:
10/05/2004
UPC:
0096009219390
Original Release:
1991
Rating:
G
Source:
Echo Bridge
Sound:
[Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time:
3:00:00

Special Features

Digitally mastered; Scene index; Interactive menus

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Kenny Rogers Brady Hawkes
Reba McEntire Burgundy
Rick Rossovich Ethan
Claude Akins Franklin D. Roosevelt
Dion Anderson Actor
Gene Barry Bat Masterson
James Drury Jim
Doug McClure Doug
Paul Brinegar Actor
Jere Burns Cade Dalton
David Carradine Caine
Chuck Connors Lucas McCain
Johnny Crawford Mark McCain
Julie Donald Ruby Roy Bean
Linda Evans Kate Muldoon
Brian Keith The Westerner
Jack Kelly Bart Maverick
Patrick MacNee Sir Colin
Hugh O'Brian Marshall Wyatt Earp
Park Overall Melody O'Rourke
Christopher Rich Lute Cantrell
Mickey Rooney The Director
Brad Sullivan Judge Roy Bean
Dub Taylor Actor
Clint Walker Cheyenne
Sheryl Lee Ralph Miss Rosalee
Zelda Rubinstein O'Malley
Ray McKinnon Lee Bob
Barbara March Prairie Kate
Alma Martinez Sonora Sue
Teri Copley Daisy McKee
Kent Broadhurst Sailor Johnson
Mary Cadorette Edwina
Melissa Hurley Susanne
Tammy Amerson Colette
Marianne Gordon Miss LaRosa
Sean Faro C.R.
Jorge Cervera Colonel Volcar
Sam Whipple Bert Jeeter
Tim Choate Bad Boy Jon Wilson
Kelly Yunkermann Smiling Charlie Adams
Ann Gillespie Eula Boatwright
Debra Christofferson Paula Thomas
Norman Large Dr. Hewitt
Michael Pniewski Ring Announcer
Kevin Furlong Johnny Loughlin
Don S. Davis Rodeo Announcer
Pete Antico Sailors Trainer
Max Grodenchik Bailiff
Rex Linn Henry
John Fleck Bank Manager
Jack Lilley Jack Lilley

Technical Credits
Dick Lowry Director
Frank P. Beascoechea Cinematographer
Joe Byrne Screenwriter
Jeb Rosebrook Screenwriter
Mark Snow Score Composer

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Card Cheat [12:26]
2. Guilty As Charged [9:39]
3. Man vs. Beast [11:07]
4. Times Have Changed [12:21]
5. Five Card Stud [14:13]
6. Easy Read [15:11]
7. Heading West [9:07]
8. Shiny Automobile [6:53]
1. Easy Come, Easy Go [13:50]
2. Widow Maker [10:36]
3. High Stakes [13:10]
4. Act of Desperation [16:53]
5. Friends Forever [10:12]
6. All for Nothing [10:30]
7. Full House [10:14]
8. Enjoying Royalty [7:09]

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The Gambler Returns: The Luck of the Draw 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love this movie but this particular video is edited and does not show the full version. Important scenes have been cut out.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago