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Movie City Slickers II: The Legend of Curly's Gold
Title City Slickers II: The Legend of Curly's Gold
Year 1994
Director Paul Weiland
Genre Comedy, Western
Plot – Mitch Robbins has a recurring nightmare: Curly Washburn, his herdsman friend died during a previous adventure holiday in which they took care together of a herd, grabs him firmly while he's rising from the grave. Meanwhile Mitch, who is now the head of a radio station, is returning home to his wife Barbara and thinks to see Curly on a train. At home instead he finds his brother Glen, a slacker. His friend Phil has found a map and, doing researches in the library, he reads about a robbery on a mail train occurred in 1908 at Las Vegas. Mitch, Phil and Glen go there and start looking for the treasure followed by two men who have heard Phil's chatters and want to kill them. However Duke, Curly's twin brother, reveals them his own father was the ringleader of the 1908 robbery. Following the map, the group discovers the treasure abandoned in a mine. Here they are attacked again by the thugs, but in the end they find the treasure hunt is anything but another adventure organized by Clay Stone, the owner of the herd where Mitch worked. He offers Duke to take his deceased brother's place but, firmly convinced that a treasure exists for real, he refuses while the three friends come back to Las Vegas. Mitch waits for his restless wife Barbara and Duke shows him a real gold bar: with tenacity, he has finally founded the treasure. Duke now would like to share it with his new friends.
All actors – Billy Crystal, Daniel Stern, Jon Lovitz, Jack Palance, Patricia Wettig, Pruitt Taylor Vince, Bill McKinney, Lindsay Crystal, Beth Grant, Noble Willingham, David Paymer, Josh Mostel, Jayne Meadows, Alan Charof, Kenneth S. Allen, Jennifer Crystal Foley, Molly McClure, Helen Siff, Irmise Brown, Bill McIntosh, Mario Roberts, Lesley Boone, Bob Balaban, Kevin Cooper, Craig Hurley, Kent Kasper, Darrell Mapson
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