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* DrinkOrder: Rex tries to order a glass of milk, prompting stares from the bartender and the patrons. After changing his order a few times, he determines that this is one of those "tough bars", and orders, "A glass of warm gin served with a human hair in it." The other patrons go back to what they were doing.

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* DrinkOrder: Rex tries to order a glass of milk, prompting stares from the bartender and the patrons. After changing his order a few times, he determines that this is one of those "tough bars", "[[BadGuyBar tough bars]]", and orders, "A glass of warm gin served with a human hair in it." The other patrons go back to what they were doing.



* GenreSavvy: Rex has been through the standard B-western plot so many times he knows exactly what's going to happen. This time it's different because the villains get GenreSavvy too. They figure out that, as villains, they must subvert the standard formula to have any chance of winning. Since the good guys always win, they hire ''themselves'' a good guy to stand against the hero.

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* GenreSavvy: Rex has been through the standard B-western plot so many times he knows exactly what's going to happen. This time it's different because the villains get GenreSavvy too. They figure out that, as villains, [[SummonBiggerFish they must subvert the standard formula to have any chance of winning.winning]]. Since the good guys always win, they hire ''themselves'' a good guy to stand against the hero.


--->'''Rex''': You're not a good guy at all.

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--->'''Rex''': [[LightIsNotGood You're not a good guy at all.all]].


* EvilLawyerJoke

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* EvilLawyerJokeEvilLawyerJoke:
--->'''Rex''': You're not a good guy at all.
--->'''[[FinalBoss Bob]]''': I'm a lawyer, you idiot.


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[[caption-width-right:350:Wrangler Bob vs. Rex O'Herlihan, the Singing Cowboy]]


* RailroadBaron: The villain of the piece.

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* RailroadBaron: The villain of the piece.piece along with the Cattle Baron.


Rex O'Herlihan (Tom Berenger), the Singing Cowboy, rides his wonder-horse Wildfire into yet another small frontier town to dispense a dose of non-lethal justice to the local CattleBaron (Andy Griffith). Only this time, reality finally catches up with Rex, and things do not go entirely as planned...

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Rex O'Herlihan (Tom Berenger), (Creator/TomBerenger), the Singing Cowboy, rides his wonder-horse Wildfire into yet another small frontier town to dispense a dose of non-lethal justice to the local CattleBaron (Andy Griffith). Only this time, reality finally catches up with Rex, and things do not go entirely as planned...

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* KarmaHoudini: The CattleBaron never got any punishment for the crimes he committed.


* AManIsNotAVirgin: Rex's AchillesHeel.


* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: The villains figure out that, as villains, they must subvert the standard formula to have any chance of winning. Since the good guys always win, they hire ''themselves'' a good guy to stand against the hero.



* GenreSavvy: Rex has been through the standard B-western plot so many times he knows exactly what's going to happen. This time it's different because the villains get GenreSavvy too.

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* GenreSavvy: Rex has been through the standard B-western plot so many times he knows exactly what's going to happen. This time it's different because the villains get GenreSavvy too. They figure out that, as villains, they must subvert the standard formula to have any chance of winning. Since the good guys always win, they hire ''themselves'' a good guy to stand against the hero.


''Rustlers' Rhapsody'' is a 1985 parody of old B-Westerns, in which the hero Rex O'Herlihan the Singing Cowboy rides his wonder-horse Wildfire into yet another small frontier town to dispense a dose of non-lethal justice to the local CattleBaron. Only this time, reality finally catches up with Rex, and things do not go entirely as planned...

A fun good-natured little flick, particularly enjoyable for fans of old-time Westerns.

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''Rustlers' Rhapsody'' is a 1985 parody of old B-Westerns, in which the hero Western comedy written and directed by Hugh Wilson.

Rex O'Herlihan (Tom Berenger), the Singing Cowboy Cowboy, rides his wonder-horse Wildfire into yet another small frontier town to dispense a dose of non-lethal justice to the local CattleBaron.CattleBaron (Andy Griffith). Only this time, reality finally catches up with Rex, and things do not go entirely as planned...

A fun fun, good-natured little flick, particularly enjoyable for fans of old-time Westerns.
B-Westerns.

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* AccidentalAimingSkills: Rex tries to teach Peter how to light his cigarette by shooting the tip. Nervously, Peter cocks the revolver and fires ... only to shoot Rex's ''hat'' off his head.

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* AccidentalAimingSkills: AccidentalAimingSkills:
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Rex tries to teach Peter how to light his cigarette by shooting the tip. Nervously, Peter cocks the revolver and fires ... only to shoot Rex's ''hat'' off his head.



** Alternatively, [[spoiler:Rex had just found out Bob [[EvilLawyerJoke was a lawyer]], and could have fibbed a little about missing Bob's hand...]]



* RailroadBaron

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* RailroadBaron RailroadBaron: The villain of the piece.


--->'''Peter:''' "Rex, you shot him in the ''head''! How do you feel about that?"
--->'''Rex:''' [weakly] "I missed his hand."

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--->'''Peter:''' "Rex, Rex, you shot him in the ''head''! How do you feel about that?"
that?
--->'''Rex:''' [weakly] "I ''[weakly]'' I missed his hand."



* CattleBaron

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* CattleBaronCattleBaron: Though as the film explicitly points out, you never actually see any of his cattle, just hear some mooing in the background.



* GenreSavvy: Rex has been through the standard B-western plot so many times he knows exactly what's going to happen. This time it's different because the villains get GenreSavvy too. .

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* GenreSavvy: Rex has been through the standard B-western plot so many times he knows exactly what's going to happen. This time it's different because the villains get GenreSavvy too. .



* HookerWithAHeartOfGold: So golden, she doesn't actually have sex with anyone. She just talks dirty to them.

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* HookerWithAHeartOfGold: So golden, she doesn't actually have sex with anyone. She just talks dirty to them. [[spoiler: Until Rex "gets better" at the end of the film..]]


** Alternatively, [[spoiler:Rex had just found out Bob [[EvilLaywerJoke was a lawyer]], and could have fibbed a little about missing Bob's hand...]]

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** Alternatively, [[spoiler:Rex had just found out Bob [[EvilLaywerJoke [[EvilLawyerJoke was a lawyer]], and could have fibbed a little about missing Bob's hand...]]


** In the climactic gunfight, Rex has been wounded in his shooting arm, and his nemesis is about to finish him off. Rex raises his gun, fires, and:

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** In the climactic gunfight, Rex has been wounded in his shooting arm, and his nemesis Bob is about to finish him off. Rex raises his gun, fires, and:


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** Alternatively, [[spoiler:Rex had just found out Bob [[EvilLaywerJoke was a lawyer]], and could have fibbed a little about missing Bob's hand...]]

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