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Bronco Billy PG

The most outrageous of 'em all.
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DVD Features:

  • Rated: PG
  • Run Time: 1 hours, 56 minutes
  • Video: Color
  • Released: June 1, 2010
  • Originally Released: 1980
  • Label: Warner Home Video
  • Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
  • Aspect Ratio: Widescreen
  • Audio:
    • Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo - English
    • Subtitles - English, French

Performers, Cast and Crew:

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Memorable Quotes and Dialog:

"I don't take kindly to kids playing hooky from school. I think every kid in America ought to go to school, at least up through the eighth grade."--Bronco Billy (Clint Eastwood) to a group of adoring children
"We don't go to school today, Bronco Billy. It's Saturday."
  - one child responds

Entertainment Reviews:


Total Count: 20


User Ratings: 7,240
Rating: 3/5 -- Entertaining Eastwood, unusual subject matter.
Kansas City Kansan
Jan 5, 2005
Rating: 4/5 -- This movie clearly means a whole lot to Clint Eastwood, and he does a darn good job of showing why.
Jul 26, 2002
Rating: 73/100 -- "The film's sweetly nostalgic tone also conveys Eastwood's deep love of the Wild West and the simple values of the old-fashioned cowboy characters who fantasize about inhabiting it. " Full Review
Jul 5, 2013
Rating: 75/100 -- Eastwood, much like Burt Reynolds' character in Boogie Nights, welcomes everyone into an unconventional but strangely warm environment.
Apollo Guide
Jul 25, 2001
Rating: 4/5 -- One of Clint Eastwood's most enjoyable films. Full Review
Apr 9, 2007
Bronco Billy depicts a genuine screen hero who incarnates the place that cowboys occupy in our slow moving dreams. Full Review
Spirituality and Practice
Jan 29, 2004
Rating: 2.5/4 -- The good intentions are often outweighed by the awkward execution, as the film frequently tilts away from reverence and into ridiculousness. Full Review
Film Frenzy
Aug 3, 2019

Product Description:

Clint Eastwood's BRONCO BILLY is a funny and poignant depiction of one man's quixotic devotion to the code of the Old West and traditional American values. Billy (Eastwood) leads his ragtag crew of performers as they travel the countryside, putting on their bare bones Wild West show for sparse crowds. Billy's not an easy man to work for, and he and his bunch barely make a living, but they are pursuing their dreams. When Antoinette Lily (Sondra Locke, in a somewhat shrill performance), a snooty heiress abandoned by her husband, joins the group, their luck seems to run out, and Billy has to find a way to keep them together. As in THE OUTLAW JOSIE WALES, Eastwood plays the patriarch of an ethnically diverse makeshift family. It would be easy to dismiss Billy, to laugh at his corny devotion to outmoded values and old-fashioned entertainment. Like Eastwood himself, Billy's not even a real cowboy. But, gradually, the audience comes to admire him for his fierce devotion to his crew and his insistence on showing the "li'l pards" in his audience not just a good time but also a dream of striving to live life as who they want to be.

Plot Synopsis:

A Wild West show entrepreneur leads his ragtag troupe on one misadventure to another in hopes of gaining fame and fortune.


Production Notes:

  • Shot on location in Idaho.
  • Merle Haggard is the singer in the bar where the fight breaks out.
  • Allison Eastwood, Clint's daughter, is one of the children in the orphanage.
  • Walter Barnes, who plays the nasty Sheriff Dix, also played the sheriff in Eastwood's HIGH PLAINS DRIFTER.
  • A guard at the asylum whistles the theme from EVERY WHICH WAY BUT LOOSE while John Arlington (Geoffrey Lewis, who also starred in that film with Eastwood) hangs from the rain gutter.

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Product Info

  • Sales Rank: 14,857
  • UPC: 883929107780
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