Comedy-Western sequel to the popular film CITY SLICKERS. Once again, N.Y. radio station manager, Mitch Robbins (Billy Crystal) is pining to live his life as a cowboy. He gets his chance when he finds an authentic treasure map, once owned by Mitch's deceased trail boss Curly. Accompanied by his buddy Phil, his brother Glen, and Curly's brother Duke, Mitch sets out to find the missing treasure.
Jack Palance - American Actor
Walter Jack Palahnuik - American Actor
Walter Palance - American Actor
Bill McKinney - Supporting Actor
William Anderson - Editor, A.C.E.
Beth Grant - Star, HARD SCRAMBLED (2006)
Paul Weiland - Director
Billy Crystal - American actor/director, CITY SLICKERS (1991)
Babaloo Mandel - American Screenwriter/Producer
Marc Mandel - American Screenwriter/Producer
Patricia Wettig - American Film/TV Actress
David Paymer - American Supporting Actor
Stephen J. Lineweaver
Daniel Stern - American actor
Pruitt Taylor Vince - Supporting Actor
Lowell Ganz - American screenwriter, producer, LAVERNE & SHIRLEY
Adrian Biddle - Director Of Photography, AN AMERICAN HAUNTING (2006)
Jayne Meadows - American Film and Television Actress,
Josh Mostel - American Supporting Actor
Joshua Mostel - American Supporting Actor
Jon Lovitz - American Comedian/Actor
Marc Shaiman - American Composer
The urbane cowboys hit the dusty comedy trail again, this time in a search for their late trail boss' reported stash of gold. Jack Palance is back as his other character's seafaring twin.
Released in USA June 10, 1994 Filmed in Panavision Widescreen; color by Technicolor. Copyright 1994 Castle Rock Entertainment. Rated BBFC 12 by the British Board of Film Classification.
"...The freshness of his character gives Lovitz a chance to find new laughs..." - 06/30/1994 Rolling Stone, p.80
"...The rowdiest western jokefest since BLAZING SADDLES....Crystal has never been funnier onscreen..." - 06/27/1991 Rolling Stone, p.77
"...Rife with both gags and classic genre lore....A welcome sequel, much in the spirit of the original but keen to mosey into new terrain..." - 06/06/1994 Variety