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    City Slickers

    Poster of the movie City Slickers
    City Slickers (1991)
    Run time1h52m
    GenreAdventure, comedy, western
    Directed byRon Underwood
    Written byLowell Ganz, Babaloo Mandel
    CompanyLauren FilmLauren FilmLauren Film
    3 reviews8.0
    PG-13
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    Guide for parents: Rated PG-13 in the USA.
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    Guide for parents: Rated PG-13 in the USA.
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    Guide for parents: Rated PG-13 in the USA.
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    Guide for parents: Rated PG-13 in the USA.
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    Guide for parents: Rated PG-13 in the USA.
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    Guide for parents: Rated PG-13 in the USA.
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    Guide for parents: Rated PG-13 in the USA.

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    Synopsis

    Mitch (Billy Crystal) is a radio station sales executive who finds himself in the throes of a mid-life crisis; accompanied by two friends, Phil (Daniel Stern) and Ed (Bruno Kirby) in the grip of similar problems, he heads to New Mexico for his birthday to participate in a two-week vacation cattle drive to Colorado. The three friends and the rest of their group, including an attractive, newly single young woman and two African-American dentists, are all urbanites lost when it comes to herding cattle and surviving on the prairie; it's up to authentic, almost mythic cowboy Curly (Jack Palance, who won an Oscar for the role), to whip them into shape. As various adventures occur along the way, including run-ins with outlaw cattlehands, treacherous natural mishaps, and Mitch's delivery of a newborn calf, the three city slickers open up to each other, learn to appreciate Curly's Old West values, and begin to resolve their midlife dilemmas. When Curly dies, it's left to Mitch, Phil, and Ed to bring in the herd.

    Starring

    Billy Crystal
    Daniel Stern
    Patricia Wettig
    Jack Palance
    Tracey Walter
    David Paymer
    Jeffrey Tambor
    Yeardley Smith
    Jake Gyllenhaal
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