The Rounders ()

directed by Burt Kennedy
featuring Glenn Ford, Henry Fonda, Sue Ane Langdon, Hope Holiday, Chill Wills

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Two aging bronc-busters (Glenn Ford and Henry Fonda) make their meager money by breaking wild horses. They dream of better days--possibly retiring to some island paradise--but they never put any money in the bank because they spend it all on booze and girls. They think their no-dough days are done until they acquire a wild drunkard horse which they enter in a bucking contest--no one can ride the wild, hiccupping nag. This is a pretty funny '60s western-style comedy. Rovi

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Jun 25, 2010

A round of Applause for 'The Rounders'

This is probably my MOST favorite movie in the world! It's got everything you'd ever want in a movie - romance, bronc-bustin,' funny hi-jinks, moonshine guzzling, dancing (sort-of)...Henry Fonda and Glenn Ford at their best; Chill Wills is hilarious, as are all of the other 'regulars' from the good movies of this era. If you love cowboys - not the 'coca-cola' kind - but, real hard-working cowboys, you'll love this movie...and who doesn't love cowboys? If you've ever ridden horses, you'll love the horse in this movie, too...he should have gotten an academy award for his performance (or at least his trainer)! You've never seen anything like this horse...if you ever get the chance to see this movie, don't pass it up. Whatever suits you just tickles me 'plumb to death.'

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