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Zwei Ladies im Wilden Westen (1978) Online

Zwei Ladies im Wilden Westen (1978) Online
Original Title :
Go West, Young Girl
Genre :
Movie / Comedy / Romance / Western
Year :
Directror :
Alan J. Levi
Cast :
Karen Valentine,Sandra Will,Stuart Whitman
Writer :
George Yanok
Type :
Time :
1h 10min
Rating :
Zwei Ladies im Wilden Westen (1978) Online

A female New England reporter and the widow of a cavalry officer team up to go out West, and wind up trying to evade outlaws, gamblers and the law.
Cast overview, first billed only:
Karen Valentine Karen Valentine - Netty Booth
Sandra Will Sandra Will - Gilda Corin
Stuart Whitman Stuart Whitman - Deputy Shreeve
Richard Jaeckel Richard Jaeckel - Billy
Michael Bell Michael Bell - Nestor
Cal Bellini Cal Bellini - Chato
David Dukes David Dukes - Reverend Crane
Charles Frank Charles Frank - Captain Anson
Richard Kelton Richard Kelton - Griff
William Larsen William Larsen - Fanchon
John Quade John Quade - Ingalls
Gregg Palmer Gregg Palmer - Payne (as Greg Palmer)
Pepe Callahan Pepe Callahan - Librado
Mark Pinter Mark Pinter - Lieutenant
Arnold Jeffers Arnold Jeffers - Sergeant Helms (as Arnold P. Jeffers)

User reviews



Imagine if "Thelma and Louise" had been shot in 1978 as a made-for-television movie and set in the wild west; emphasis on "made for television".

Karen Valentine plays a female New England reporter (insert Natalie Wood-"Great Race") who goes west. She teams with Sandra Will and they have a lot of adventures looking for Will's brother; who just happens to be Billy the Kid (Richard Jaeckel in a good performance).

Valentine gets to act spunky, like an assertive Gidget who I think she once played. She is very annoying. Both women run around in very tight pants which are more representative of 1978 than 1878. Hairstyles and language are also unauthentic; basically what a suburban Baptist Republican likes to think the west was like.

Sandra Will is the only reason to watch, she is very appealing in a well-scrubbed way and her acting is more believable than Valentine's. Too bad that her career did not really take off, especially when you consider the quality of the competition in the late 1970's.