Wild and Wooly

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Wild and Wooly
Written by Earl W. Wallace
Directed by Philip Leacock
StarringChris De Lisle
Susan Bigelow
Elyssa Davalos
Doug McClure
David Doyle
Ross Martin
Charles Siebert
Sherry Bain
Vic Morrow
Paul Burke
Jessica Walter
Music by Charles Bernstein
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
Executive producers Douglas S. Cramer
Aaron Spelling
Producers E. Duke Vincent
Earl W. Wallace
Production locationsTwentieth Century-Fox Studios, Los Angeles, California
Old Tucson - 201 S. Kinney Road, Tucson, Arizona
Cinematography Jack Swain
EditorsDennis C. Duckwall
Howard Kunin
Running time104 min.
Production company Spelling Television
Original release
ReleaseFebruary 20, 1978 (1978-02-20)

Wild and Wooly is a 1978 comedy/Western television film directed by Philip Leacock and starring Charles Siebert, David Doyle, Elyssa Davalos, Vic Morrow, and Doug McClure. The screenplay concerns four turn-of-the-century women who break out of prison to foil an Irish assassin out to kill the President of the United States.


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