Samurai Cowboy

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Samurai Cowboy
Directed by Michael Keusch
Produced by Mike Erwin
J. Max Kirishima
Written by Dave Hunsaker
Rick Ponte
Starring Hiromi Go
Catherine Mary Stewart
Robert Conrad
Matt McCoy
Conchata Ferrell
Distributed by Saban Entertainment
Release dates
1993
Running time
96 min.
Language English

Samurai Cowboy is a film shot with the participation of the Alberta Motion Picture Development Corporation and Monarch Home video. The movie was filmed in 1993 in Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta. The film was directed by Michael Keusch. The screenplay was by Dave Hunsaker and Rick Pont]]. The film stars Hiromi Go. Also starring in the movie was Robert Conrad, Matt McCoy, Catherine Mary Stewart and Conchata Ferrell.

Plot[edit]

The film follows a Japanese businessman (Hiromi Go) who becomes disillusioned with his life after his best friend dies. He moves to Montana to follow a childhood dream of becoming a cattle rancher.

Cast[edit]

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Supporting[edit]

  • Ian Tyson as T.J. Welsh
  • Byron Chief-Moon as Jack Eagle Eye
  • Bradley M. Rapier as C.C. Ryder
  • Mark Acheson as Flint Clayton
  • Tom Glass as Ben
  • Rick Harvey as Gil
  • Owen Smith as Mudslinger #1
  • Ehud Ellman as Mudslinger #2
  • Tom Bonny as Mudslinger #3
  • Harold Ludwig as American Businessman
  • Duncan Callander as Bus Driver
  • J. Max Kirishima as Goro Date (credited as Max Kirishima)

Reception[edit]

Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes gives the film a rating of 0%, based on 0 reviews. Audiences give the film a 50% rating, based on 672 reviews, with an average rating of 3.1/5.[2]

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