History Film / HotLeadAndColdFeet

27th Oct '15 11:08:07 AM Morgenthaler
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* TitleDrop: A song that plays over the opening credits claims that the two brothers will be like "HotLeadAndColdFeet when they meet."
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* TitleDrop: A song that plays over the opening credits claims that the two brothers will be like "HotLeadAndColdFeet "Hot Lead and Cold Feet when they meet."
16th Aug '15 8:54:40 AM Kitchen90
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'''''Hot Lead and Cold Feet''''' is a 1978 Disney {{Western}} comedy starring Jim Dale. ''Slightly'' grittier and more cynical than some of Disney's other live action comedies, it was mildly successful, but changing times led to it being one of the last of Disney's live action comedy westerns (''Bullwhip Griffin'', ''Apple Dumpling Gang'', etc).
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'''''Hot Lead and Cold Feet''''' is a 1978 Disney {{Western}} comedy starring Jim Dale.JimDale. ''Slightly'' grittier and more cynical than some of Disney's other live action comedies, it was mildly successful, but changing times led to it being one of the last of Disney's live action comedy westerns (''Bullwhip Griffin'', ''Apple Dumpling Gang'', etc).
20th Apr '15 9:15:43 PM Herbieriffer
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* CoolTrain: The "Iron Donkey" steam engines both Eli and Billy race in the film, as befitting a Disney production to have some examples of cool trains. Both prop engines survive in Disneyland.
20th Mar '15 9:21:05 PM intersection786
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Originally written in the early seventies as a low-budget western vehicle for AudieMurphy and his friend, character actor Michael Dante. They would have played the Eli and Wild Billy analogues, respectively, in this version, which did not have an UncannyFamilyResemblance angle, and may not have had the pacifist and the hellion as relatives. This version fell through due to Murphy's untimely death in a plane crash, and the script was sold to Disney.
9th Sep '13 11:03:10 AM ryanasaurus0077
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* FictionalCounterpart: an early draft of the script (see WhatCouldHaveBeen, below) had the Eli analogue involved with the Salvation Army. In the final film, his organization is not named but retains a lot of trappings of the 19th century Salvation Army (band-like uniforms, singing hymns on street corners with brass and drum accompaniment, etc).
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* FictionalCounterpart: an An early draft of the script (see WhatCouldHaveBeen, below) had the Eli analogue involved with the Salvation Army. In the final film, his organization is not named but retains a lot of trappings of the 19th century Salvation Army (band-like uniforms, singing hymns on street corners with brass and drum accompaniment, etc).

* FictionalCounterpart: an early draft of the script (see WhatCouldHaveBeen, below) had the Eli analogue involved MayorPain: Mayor Ragsdale. * NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent: Justified with the Salvation Army. In the final film, Eli, who was raised in England by his organization is not named but retains a lot of trappings of the 19th century Salvation Army (band-like uniforms, singing hymns on street corners with brass and drum accompaniment, etc).mother after she left Old Man Bloodshy.

* {{Slapstick}}: a lot of the humor is this.
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* {{Slapstick}}: a A lot of the humor is this.

* TitleDrop: a song that plays over the opening credits claims that the two brothers will be like "HotLeadAndColdFeet when they meet."
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* TitleDrop: a A song that plays over the opening credits claims that the two brothers will be like "HotLeadAndColdFeet when they meet."

* WhatCouldHaveBeen: originally written in the early seventies as a low-budget western vehicle for AudieMurphy and his friend, character actor Michael Dante. They would have played the Eli and Wild Billy analogues, respectively, in this version, which did not have an UncannyFamilyResemblance angle, and may not have had the pacifist and the hellion as relatives. This version fell through due to Murphy's untimely death in a plane crash, and the script was sold to Disney.
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: originally Originally written in the early seventies as a low-budget western vehicle for AudieMurphy and his friend, character actor Michael Dante. They would have played the Eli and Wild Billy analogues, respectively, in this version, which did not have an UncannyFamilyResemblance angle, and may not have had the pacifist and the hellion as relatives. This version fell through due to Murphy's untimely death in a plane crash, and the script was sold to Disney.
9th Sep '13 2:06:53 AM BigRobotBil
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Old man Bloodshye mentions that his wife ran off to England long ago and took Eli with her, so he has a British accent because he was raised in Britain.
* NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent: Why so British, Eli?
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