Uphill All the Way


Uphill All The Way is a 1986 American comedy Western film directed by Frank Q. Dobbs and starring Roy Clark, Mel Tillis, Glen Campbell, Burl Ives, Trish Van Devere, Elaine Joyce, Frank Gorshin and Sheb Wooley. The film has developed a very small cult following among Western fans.

Southwestern United States; circa 1916. Two bumbling good ol' boys, Ben and Booger, are thrown off a train after failing to show their tickets. They wander into a saloon/brothel and attempt unsuccessfully to cheat their way into a fortune at the card table.

Penniless, they try to trade their shotgun for a loan at the bank, causing a teller to sound the alarm. They try to escape by hitching a lift from a driver who thinks they’re stealing his car at gunpoint, and runs away to demand that they face justice. The sheriff forms a posse to capture them, but Ben and Booger "terrorize" two U.S. Army troopers with their shotgun, allowing them to steal their horses and uniforms. The sheriff orders the two now out-of-uniform troopers to join the hunt, and there is a chaotic chase across the west, with gunfights galore. Ben and Booger escape by train into Mexico, but can’t find their tickets, so once again they get flung off the train. We’re left to assume that they’re off to launch their next fraudulent scheme.

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Herstellungsland:Vereinigte Staaten
IMDB: 209
Verleih:New World Pictures
Regie:Frank Q. Dobbs
Drehbuch:Frank Q. Dobbs
Darsteller:Roy Clark
Mel Tillis
Burl Ives
Glen Campbell
Trish Van Devere
Frank Gorshin
Richard Paul
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