The Cheyenne Social Club

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Time Out says

Leisurely comedy Western in which Stewart and Fonda, respectively an honest cowpuncher who inherits a brothel and the garrulous friend looking on as he struggles with his moral indignation, cope with their new status as businessmen, their increasing involvement with luscious employees, and the assortment of bad guys who force gunfights on them. Directed very much as it comes by Kelly and utterly undistinguished, but an object lesson by two old masters in the art of conjuring laughs out of nothing.
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Release details

UK release:

1970

Duration:

102 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Gene Kelly

Cast:

Robert Middleton, Elaine Devry, Sue Ane Langdon, Shirley Jones, Henry Fonda, James Stewart, Arch Johnson

Music:

Walter Scharf

Production Designer:

Gene Allen

Editor:

Adrienne Fazan

Cinematography:

William H Clothier

Screenwriter:

James Lee Barrett

Producer:

Gene Kelly

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Bill M.

As always i disagree with the so-called professionals. Every great movie i've ever seen they said was garbage.This i think is a great western. I has two of America's greatest actors and a great supporting cast. Its funny and put a smile on your face, and makes you glad you spent money to see it. Unlike all the movies they say are great, that only depress you.

Bill M.

As always i disagree with the so-called professionals. Every great movie i've ever seen they said was garbage.This i think is a great western. I has two of America's greatest actors and a great supporting cast. Its funny and put a smile on your face, and makes you glad you spent money to see it. Unlike all the movies they say are great, that only depress you.