Gambler Returns: The Luck of the Draw (1991)
April 22, 2017 3:26am CST
This is a fun two movies that the Grit channel is showing this weekend. Pretty cute. Kenny Rogers as Brady Hawkes and Reba Mcentire as Burgundy Jones. They are trying to travel to a very important card game in San Francisco and meet all these guys along the way. Then there are old favorites from the early days of westerns. Such as: Chuck Connors as the Rifleman and his son, Caine from Kung Fu, Bat Masterson, Clint Walker as Cheyenne Body, Hugh O'Brian as Wyatt Earp, Diamond Jim, Patrick Macnee as Sir Colin, the gentleman gambler, Judge Roy Bean and daughter Ruby Roy, Linda Evans, Doug McClure and James Drury from the Virginian, Brian Keith as the Westerner, and Cookie from Rawhide. And, Claude Akins as President Theodore Roosevelt. If you are a early tv western lover this is a fun treat.
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• Holiday, Florida
i think i have that on Roku. right? i will give it a look. sounds good. did you see that old western called i think it was called "white apache" but can't remember now. it was so old i think '56. can't even find it in my search here but i was surprised seeing it on Grit. he played 2 parts. one twin stayed with Apache's and one lived white, interesting concept .
• Holiday, Florida
@celticeagle problem is i can't remember now. i was going to write about it but never got around to it. it may have been white savage? or some other indian name. just did a search. its white comanche .called it a spaghetti western .lol
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search White Comanche Original film poster Directed by José Briz Méndez Gilbert Kay Produced by Sam White Philip N. Krasne Vincente Gomez Written by Frank Gruber José Briz Méndez Manuel Gomez River
• San Jose, California
Someone else was talking about the Grit channel earlier this week. I've never heard of it before! I don't have cable, so I don't know if it's a cable channel or a satellite channel? Is it an old channel that got renamed (like CMT got changed to Spike)?