Mi Amigo

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This article is about the film. For the pirate radio ship, see MV Mi Amigo.
Mi Amigo
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Mi Amigo DVD cover
Directed by Milton Brown
Written by Milton Brown
Starring Josh Holloway
Tom Everett
Ed Bruce
Channon Roe
Distributed by Azalea Film Corporation
Release date(s) 2002
Running time 89 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Mi Amigo is a 2002 comedy, western genre film.

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Their friendship strained by love of the same woman, cowboy buddies Bobby Ray Burns and Pal Grisham return to hometown Cherub, Texas, to renew old ties and settle an old debt. In the thirty years since the pair split up, Bobby Ray's guitar picking and singing have won him gold records, while Pal's good looks have earned him silver-screen stardom—and the hand of the woman who divided them, Kitty O'Donnell. Known once around old Cherub as 'The Three Musketeers,' Bobby Ray, Pal, and Kitty come home to confront the past in this warm-hearted, cowboy valentine to friendship, love, and fidelity.

Even as Cherub welcomes them back as celeb-heroes, Bobby Ray seeks to involve Pal in breaking into the town bank to make an anonymous deposit of $211.63 — repayment of a loan drawn on a whiskey-drinking night, years gone, that saw the 'Musketeers' go their separate ways. Complications ensue as they learn that the bank, much of the town, and Pal's ancestral ranch have fallen into the hands of antagonist, Cale Chason.

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