Support Your Local Sheriff!


Comedy / Western

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 75%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 82%
IMDb Rating 7.5 10 9


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February 1, 2020



Bruce Dern as PopPop
Jack Elam as Frank Clemens
James Garner as Preston
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855.21 MB
23.976 fps
92 min
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1.55 GB
23.976 fps
92 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by jeichenberger 8 / 10 / 10

Just Plain Fun!

Now, I will even watch James Garner in a bad movie. That whole worldly wise, yet winsome thing he has going makes you think of that best bud you had in junior high. But this is actually a very good, drown yourself in a bag of popcorn, and laugh your cares away film. Is it a western parody or humorous homage to some of the great character actors in American western? It certainly doesn't have a mean bone in its body and doesn't rely on shock humor to get you chuckling. This film respects its predecessors and has good clean fun with them. It's a DVD you can easily find for under $10, and well worth it.

Reviewed by ccthemovieman-1 10 / 10 / 10

A Movie For Classic Films Buffs To Check Out

This was a very entertaining movie, far better than the similar "Support Your Local Gunfighter," although the two seem to be companion pieces. This film sure didn't start out with a bang. I was really disappointed after the first 20 minutes and wondered why this movie had so many good reviews. However, once it picks up, it's excellent. There are tons of character actors from this late '60s era, all of whom are fun to watch, guys like Jack Elam and Harry Morgan and much more. James Garner is excellent as the cock-sure Maverick-type sheriff. The bad guys, led by veteran Walter Brennan and Bruce Dern provide, I think, the best humor in the film. As the film goes on, classic film buffs will enjoy all the parodies of past westerns such as Rio Bravo and High Noon. Yup, this turned out to be a real jewel, especially for classic movie fans.

Reviewed by SMK-4 10 / 10 / 10

Excellent Western Parody

This is a classic example of a genre parody. It's not one of those jokes-coming-at-100mph kind of spoofs (such as Blazing Saddles), it simply plays everything by genre rules. It shares this with the 1939 version of Destry Rides Again, but it goes much further in exhibiting the hilarious potential of the genre by just slightly exaggerating the kind of improbable situations classic Westerns so often throw at us. To appreciate this film properly you need to be familiar with the classic Western genre, mostly to understand how the genre works when played straight but you may also recognise some movie references. The cast is absolutely marvellous, James Garner is a commanding lead, Jack Elam has never been better, and there are first-rate character actors for all the supporting roles. Especially Harry Morgan and Walter Brennan are excellent in roles very similar to ones they played straight in High Noon and My Darling Clementine, respectively.

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