Rustlers' Rhapsody

Rustlers' Rhapsody

Director: Hugh Wilson Cast: Tom Berenger, G.W. Bailey, Marilu Henner

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An amusing spoof of the good 'ole westerns back in the halcyon days when all the cliches were held up as icons, this parody by Hugh Wilson works best for savvy audiences. Rex O'Herlihan (Tom Berenger) is a singing cowboy with a wardrobe straight out of the Hollywood westerns of the '40s -- he worships his horse, and has a trusty sidekick too. Every town he wanders into has a sheriff on the dole, a shady cattle rancher, a prostitute with a heart of gold, an innocent young damsel, a town drunk, and the standard bad guys in black hats and long coats (Spaghetti-western style) who brutalize the poor sheep ranchers. After setting things straight in each identical town as he goes, Rex is beginning to feel like a re-run junky when he saunters into a town that is slightly different -- and the parodies continue.

Product Details

Release Date: 10/24/2017
UPC: 0032429287137
Original Release: 1985
Rating: PG
Source: Paramount
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 1:28:00
Sales rank: 9,540

Special Features

Closed Caption

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Tom Berenger Rex O'Herlihan
G.W. Bailey Peter
Marilu Henner Tracey
Andy Griffith Col. Ticonderoga
Fernando Rey Railroad colonel
Sela Ward Col. Ticonderoga's Daughter
Patrick Wayne Bob Barber
Brant Van Hoffman Jim
Christopher Malcolm Jud
Jim Carter Blackie
Billy Mitchell Town Doctor
Thomas Abbott Saloon Owner
Jorge Brito Actor
George Bullock Actor
Hal Burton Actor
Margarita Calahorra Sheepherder's Wife
Tabare Carballo Actor
Ignacio Carreno Actor
Alicia F. Cavada Actor
Basilio Esudero Actor
Solier Fagundez Actor
Eduardo Emiro Garcia Actor
Miguel Garcia Actor
Francisco Gomez Actor
Gabriel Laguna Actor
Alan Larson Bartender
Emilio Linder Sheepherder in Saloon
Juan Miguel Manrique Town Boy
Paul Maxwell Sheepherder
Elmer Modlin Real Estate Broker
John Orchard Town Sheriff
Manuel Pereiro Sheepherder
José M. Sacristán Actor
Eugenio Serrano Actor
Dennis Vaughan Minister
Camilo Vila Actor
Roman Ariz-Navaretta Actor
Gates McFadden Actor

Technical Credits
Hugh Wilson Director,Screenwriter
Jose Luis Alcaine Cinematographer
Jorge Brito Stunts
George Bullock Stunts
Hal Burton Stunts
Tabare Carballo Stunts
Ignacio Carreno Stunts
Alicia F. Cavada Stunts
Jose Luis Chinchilla Stunts
Cristobal Criado Makeup
Steve Dorff Score Composer
Solier Fagundez Stunts
Wayne A. Finkelman Costumes/Costume Designer
Miguel Garcia Stunts
David Giler Producer,Screenwriter
Francisco Gomez Stunts
Judith Holstra Casting
Gabriel Laguna Stunts
Robert Milton Songwriter
Antonio Parra Special Effects
Gil Parrondo Production Designer
Raul Paton Art Director
Marcia Ross Casting
José M. Sacristán Stunts
Eugenio Serrano Stunts
John Luis Smith Editor
John Victor Smith Editor
Zach Staenberg Editor
Jose S. Vicuna Executive Producer
Camilo Vila Stunts
Colin Wilson Editor

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Rustlers' Rhapsody
1. The Same Every Time
2. Oakwood Estates
3. Never Stay In Town
4. A Shot In The Hand
5. Two Colonels
6. Someone's Coming
7. I Ride Alone
8. Learning The Ropes
9. We're Bad, He's Good
10. Bob Barber
11. The Roundup
12. Tired Of Talking
13. Last Of The Silver Screen Cowboys

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Rustlers' Rhapsody 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
When you need a day of laughter this is the movie for you! In the style of old Gene Autry films, Tom Berrenger, as the innocent wide-eyed hero, and Andy Griffith, as the 'bad guy,' are delightful. It's a fast moving western with tremendous sight gags and sound bites. Highly recommended!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
One of the top 10 funniest movies of all time. Great spoof of the '50's westerns.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Much like Leslie Neilson's films.... but this one is just hilarious! John Wayne's son plays a lead role at the end.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Rhapsody is an amazing film which has a large after-market following. The symbolism and foreshadowing in the film are reminesent of ''Citizen Cane''. The use of cliche and the parody of costume is brillant.