Where the Hell's That Gold?
|Where the Hell's That Gold?!!?|
(Dynamite and Gold)
VHS cover under the different title
|Written by||Burt Kennedy|
|Directed by||Burt Kennedy|
|Music by||Arthur B. Rubinstein|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Executive producer(s)||Frank Konigsberg|
|Production location(s)||Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad, Chama, New Mexico|
Eaves Movie Ranch - 105 Rancho Alegre Road, Santa Fe, New Mexico
|Editor(s)||Warner E. Leighton|
|Running time||91 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Brigade Productions|
|Original release||November 13, 1988|
Where the Hell's That Gold? (stylized as Where the Hell's That Gold?!!?) is a 1988 American made-for-television Western film written, directed and produced by Burt Kennedy and starring Willie Nelson, Jack Elam and Delta Burke. It was broadcast on the CBS Sunday Movie on November 13, 1988.
In 1895, outlaws Cross and Boone (Willie Nelson and Jack Elam) and Cross's moll Germany (Delta Burke) scrounge for a hidden fortune in stolen gold, fending off other outlaw gangs, Mexican revolutionaries, Indians and Wells Fargo Agents.
- Willie Nelson as Cross
- Delta Burke as Germany
- Jack Elam as Boone
- Alfonso Arau as Indio
- Gerald McRaney as Jones
- Annabelle Gurwitch as Jesse
Home video release
- The film was released on videocassette under the alternate title of Dynamite and Gold.
- On December 26, 2006, it was released on DVD and restored back to its original title.
- Where the Hell's That Gold? on IMDb
- Where the Hell's That Gold? at the TCM Movie Database
- Dynamite and Gold at AllMovie
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