The Wackiest Wagon Train in the West
This comical western chronicles the silly adventures of a bumbling wagonmaster and his clutzy assistant as they attempt to take seven passengers across the prairie. Among the passengers are two wealthy Bostonians, an aspiring showgirl, a teacher, and bachelor. The story is adapted from Dusty's Trail, a television sitcom.
- Stars:Bob Denver, Forrest Tucker, Ivor Francis, Jeannine Riley, Lori Saunders, Lynn Wood, William Cort, Eddie Little Sky, Ernest Esparza III, Don 'Red' Barry, Buck Young, James Gammon, Dennis Fimple, John Quade, Dick Peabody,
- Director:Jack Arnold, Earl Bellamy, Bruce Bilson, Oscar Rudolph,
- Writer:Sherwood Schwartz, Elroy Schwartz, Brad Radnitz, Howard Ostroff, Ron Friedman
Four episodes of Dusty's Trail edited together into a movie. The episodes, in the order shown, are: "Tomahawk Territory", "Horse of Another Color", "There is Nothing Like a Dame", and "The Not So Magnificent Seven". . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Wackiest Wagon Train in the West torrent reviews
(es) wrote: It's great at being a kids movie. Adults won't like it as much, but they may still find enjoyment in it. But honestly what more do you expect in a G-rated Disney movie staring the youngest cast member of "The Cosby Show."
(br) wrote: quite a bit better than most korean films playing here these days.
(br) wrote: Love the little girl
(jp) wrote: Bloody brilliant. This is basically just Moore talking to camera for 75 minutes about his life, art and beliefs with some dodgy post production effects intercut but despite its technical limitations it's still one of the most thought provoking films I have seen this, or any year. Hugely, HUGELY recommended.
(fr) wrote: This movie is awkward, low-budget and raunchy... and for some reason, it's actually pretty entertaining. It's nothing I haven't seen before, but the stupidity of it all somehow actually works. Don't expect to be able to take this seriously, but if you're just looking for an inappropriate laugh, this is a pretty good bet.
(ca) wrote: Classic Eddie Murphy.
(jp) wrote: "It's alive!..." On Blu-ray.
(br) wrote: The racing scenes and European circuits of the era are reason enough to watch this Cinerama epic. Francoise Hardy doesn't hurt either!
(gb) wrote: This is one of the worst films ever, but also one of the funniest. The DVD is fantastic.
(jp) wrote: Extremely entertaining, violent, bloody, intense & truly original.
(ag) wrote: Hilarious, ridiculous and good fun