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Where the Buffalo Roam
- Peter Boyle

Overview - Bill Murray is headed for some bad craziness in this film, portraying the off-the-wall Rolling Stone journalist Hunter S. Thompson who seems unable to keep himself on the straight and narrow path. Peter Boyle is his dangerous attorney who crucifies himself defying draconian drug sentences in court.  Read more...

 
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Overview

Bill Murray is headed for some bad craziness in this film, portraying the off-the-wall Rolling Stone journalist Hunter S. Thompson who seems unable to keep himself on the straight and narrow path. Peter Boyle is his dangerous attorney who crucifies himself defying draconian drug sentences in court.

Cast List

Art Linson - Producer/Director
Rene Auberjonois - American Supporting Actor
Peter Boyle - American Actor
Bruno Kirby - American Film and Television Actor
B. Kirby Jr. - American Film and Television Actor
Bruce Kirby Jr. - American Film and Television Actor
John Kaye - SCREENWRITER
Bill Murray - American actor, LOST IN TRANSLATION, MEATBALLS
Neil Young - Musician/Filmmaker/Artist
Bernard Shakey - Musician/Filmmaker/Artist

 
Details
    DVD Format
  • Format: DVD
  • Run Time: 100
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 025192355127
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Rating: Not Rated
  • Release Date: October 2010

Related Categories:
Movies > Comedies

Related Keywords:
Buddies
Drugs
Law/Lawyers
On-The-Road
Theatrical Release
1960s
1970s

 
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Notes:
Theatrical Release: April 24, 1980.

Reviews:
"...[A] fascinating, highly-adept performance by Bill Murray...[He gives a] provocatively off-beat performance which rings absolutely true..." - 03/26/1980 Variety


"Murray does a fine impersonation of the good doctor's over-medicated, scattershot genius..." - 10/01/2005 Uncut, p.150

 
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