History Film / SupportYourLocalSheriff

16th Nov '17 7:28:06 AM Mdumas43073
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* BatmanGambit: how [=McCullough=] gets Joe to stay in a jail with no bars.

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* BatmanGambit: how How [=McCullough=] gets Joe to stay in a jail with no bars.
16th Nov '17 7:27:44 AM Mdumas43073
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* AbhorrentAdmirer: In SYLG, Latigo slips off the train in the first place to escape "Goldie" the rich and powerful woman who wants to marry him. She's not physically unattractive, it's more the principle of the thing.
* AffectionateParody: TheWestern in general. Brennen spoofs his own character from 1946's ''Film/MyDarlingClementine''.

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* AbhorrentAdmirer: In SYLG, ''SYLG'', Latigo slips off the train in the first place to escape "Goldie" "Goldie", the rich and powerful woman who wants to marry him. She's not physically unattractive, it's more the principle of the thing.
* AffectionateParody: Of TheWestern in general. Brennen Brennan spoofs his own character from 1946's ''Film/MyDarlingClementine''.



* ATeamFiring: The gunfight at the end of SYLS. (To a degree; people do actually get shot.)

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* ATeamFiring: The gunfight at the end of SYLS.''SYLS''. (To a degree; people do actually get shot.)



* FastestGunInTheWest: [=McCullough=] in the first film. In the second, it's an infamous gunfighter named "Swifty" Morgan (an uncredited Chuck Connors.)

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* FastestGunInTheWest: [=McCullough=] in the first film. In the second, it's an infamous gunfighter named "Swifty" Morgan (an uncredited Chuck Connors.)Connors).



* LegendaryImpostor: Latigo and Jug attempt this in SYLG, leading to the real thing being summoned to the town.
* NoNameGiven: The town in SYLS; it's evidently "Calendar", but it's only mentioned once, briefly.

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* LegendaryImpostor: Latigo and Jug attempt this in SYLG, ''SYLG'', leading to the real thing being summoned to the town.
* NoNameGiven: The town in SYLS; ''SYLS''; it's evidently "Calendar", but it's only mentioned once, briefly.



* PosthumousCharacter: Millard Frymore in SYLS; the film starts with his funeral.

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* PosthumousCharacter: Millard Frymore in SYLS; ''SYLS''; the film starts with his funeral.



* StarCrossedLovers: In SYLG, a very rare example of an older would-be couple finding themselves on opposite sides of the local dispute. [[spoiler: They get together in the end.]]

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* StarCrossedLovers: In SYLG, ''SYLG'', a very rare example of an older would-be couple finding themselves on opposite sides of the local dispute. [[spoiler: They get together in the end.]]



* TakeThat: The town brothel in SYLS is named after a Creator/WarnerBros executive with whom Garner had recently clashed.

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* TakeThat: The town brothel in SYLS ''SYLS'' is named after a Creator/WarnerBros executive with whom Garner had recently clashed.



* UndyingLoyalty: Jug in SYLG, after Latigo gives him some money so he can buy food.

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* UndyingLoyalty: Jug in SYLG, ''SYLG'', after Latigo gives him some money so he can buy food.
16th Nov '17 7:22:08 AM Mdumas43073
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Three years later, more or less the same production crew and cast made ''Support Your Local Gunfighter'', which despite the carry-over and the name is not a sequel. This time around, Garner is con-artist Latigo Smith who slips off a train in the jerkwater town of Purgatory and finds himself embroiled in the no-holds-barred race between two mining concerns to claim the local motherlode of gold. Again with the "help" of Elam's character Jug May, he finds the gold and gets the second girl (Suzanne Pleshette.)

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Three years later, more or less the same production crew and cast made ''Support Your Local Gunfighter'', which despite the carry-over and the name is not a sequel. This time around, Garner is con-artist Latigo Smith Smith, who slips off a train in the jerkwater town of Purgatory and finds himself embroiled in the no-holds-barred race between two mining concerns to claim the local motherlode of gold. Again with the "help" of Elam's character Jug May, he finds the gold and gets the second girl (Suzanne Pleshette.)
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16th Nov '17 7:21:19 AM Mdumas43073
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''Support Your Local Sheriff'' is a 1969 western spoof from Creator/UnitedArtists, directed by Burt Kennedy and starring James Garner.

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''Support Your Local Sheriff'' is a 1969 western Western spoof from Creator/UnitedArtists, directed by Burt Kennedy and starring James Garner.
16th Nov '17 7:21:10 AM Mdumas43073
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16th Nov '17 7:19:23 AM Mdumas43073
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''Support Your Local Sheriff'' is a 1969 western spoof from Creator/UnitedArtists, directed by Burt Kennedy, and starring James Garner, in which the calm hyper-competent Jason [=McCullough=] (Garner) becomes the sheriff of a rowdy western boomtown, mostly because he needs the money. With the questionable help of his scruffy deputy Jake (Creator/JackElam), he defeats the local robber baron (Walter Brennan), cleans up the town and gets the girl (Joan Hackett), casually subverting most standard western tropes in the process.

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''Support Your Local Sheriff'' is a 1969 western spoof from Creator/UnitedArtists, directed by Burt Kennedy, Kennedy and starring James Garner, in which Garner.

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the calm hyper-competent Jason [=McCullough=] (Garner) [=McCullough=], who becomes the sheriff of a rowdy western rowdy boomtown, mostly because he needs the money. With the questionable help of his scruffy deputy Jake (Creator/JackElam), he defeats the local robber baron (Walter Brennan), cleans up the town and gets the girl (Joan Hackett), casually subverting most standard western tropes in the process.
16th Nov '17 7:18:23 AM Mdumas43073
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20th Jun '17 12:38:45 AM 93143
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* BavarianFireDrill: twice in the first film, by [=McCullough=].

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* BavarianFireDrill: twice in the first film, by [=McCullough=]. See UnPaused.


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* BoringButPractical: how [=McCullough=] gets Joe to stay in a jail with no bars while he and Jake are out prospecting. (He handcuffs him to the stove.)
29th May '17 11:46:43 AM nombretomado
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* TakeThat: The town brothel in SYLS is named after a WarnerBros executive with whom Garner had recently clashed.

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* TakeThat: The town brothel in SYLS is named after a WarnerBros Creator/WarnerBros executive with whom Garner had recently clashed.
17th Mar '17 2:53:13 PM Xtifr
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'''''Support Your Local Sheriff''''' is a 1969 western spoof from Creator/UnitedArtists, directed by Burt Kennedy, and starring James Garner, in which the calm hyper-competent Jason [=McCullough=] (Garner) becomes the sheriff of a rowdy western boomtown, mostly because he needs the money. With the questionable help of his scruffy deputy Jake (Creator/JackElam), he defeats the local robber baron (Walter Brennan), cleans up the town and gets the girl (Joan Hackett), casually subverting most standard western tropes in the process.

Three years later, more or less the same production crew and cast made '''''Support Your Local Gunfighter''''', which despite the carry-over and the name is not a sequel. This time around, Garner is con-artist Latigo Smith who slips off a train in the jerkwater town of Purgatory and finds himself embroiled in the no-holds-barred race between two mining concerns to claim the local motherlode of gold. Again with the "help" of Elam's character Jug May, he finds the gold and gets the second girl (Suzanne Pleshette.)

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'''''Support ''Support Your Local Sheriff''''' Sheriff'' is a 1969 western spoof from Creator/UnitedArtists, directed by Burt Kennedy, and starring James Garner, in which the calm hyper-competent Jason [=McCullough=] (Garner) becomes the sheriff of a rowdy western boomtown, mostly because he needs the money. With the questionable help of his scruffy deputy Jake (Creator/JackElam), he defeats the local robber baron (Walter Brennan), cleans up the town and gets the girl (Joan Hackett), casually subverting most standard western tropes in the process.

Three years later, more or less the same production crew and cast made '''''Support ''Support Your Local Gunfighter''''', Gunfighter'', which despite the carry-over and the name is not a sequel. This time around, Garner is con-artist Latigo Smith who slips off a train in the jerkwater town of Purgatory and finds himself embroiled in the no-holds-barred race between two mining concerns to claim the local motherlode of gold. Again with the "help" of Elam's character Jug May, he finds the gold and gets the second girl (Suzanne Pleshette.)
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