I love well made westerns.
I just finished watching "The Long Riders"
I loved it! In some ways, it showed the real life west, but in others, it was actually funny. Especially the perfectly ironed trail dusters. What a hoot! The cowboys got up in the morning, after sleeping in their dusters and when they climbed on their horses, the dusters were perfect, with not one wrinkle in them! I thought that was funny as heck!
The story line was great and the acting was superb.
The cast was a collection of real-life brothers:
The Keaches: Jesse James (James) and Frank James (Stacy)
The Carradines: Cole Younger (David), Jim Younger (Keith) and Bob Younger (Robert)
The Quaids: Ed Miller (Dennis) and Clell Miller (Randy)
The Guests: Charley Ford (Christopher) and Robert Ford (Nicholas)
It also features an uncredited appearance by Ever Carradine, daughter of Robert Carradine and niece to David and Keith Carradine. Additionally James Keach's son, Kalen Keach, is cast as little Jesse James.
Savannah Smith Boucher played Zee, or Jesse James' wife, Zerelda.
Kevin Brophy as John Younger
Harry Carey, Jr. as George Arthur
Shelby Leverington as Annie Ralston
Felice Orlandi as Mr. Reddick
Pamela Reed as Belle Starr
James Remar as Sam Starr
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