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Will Penny (1968) was a Western - Romance Film directed by Tom Gries and produced by Walter Seltzer and Fred Engel.

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Western RoundUp: Will Penny (1967)

By Laura Grieve on Mar 30, 2021 From Classic Movie Hub Blog

Western RoundUp: Will Penny (1967) In my?February Western RoundUp column, I wrote about Rio Bravo?(1959), an old favorite I’ve seen countless times over most of my life. This month I chose to write about a film I’ve never seen before, which is also possibly the “newest”... Read full article


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Cowboy: Hey, Allie, we were just trying to help him out.
Alex: Yeah, like a sharp stick in the eye.


Catherine Allen: How often do you bathe?
Will Penny: Well, eight or nine times. It depends.
Catherine Allen: On what?
Will Penny: The weather.
Catherine Allen: Eight or nine times a month?
Will Penny: Eight or nine times a month? A year!
Catherine Allen: A year?
Will Penny: Well sure. You have a real good one when you finish the shove up north, like at the hotel in Alfred. Then one or two in the winter, if you don't catch your death. Then a couple in the spring and one more good one before you start the shove up again. The rest depends on what kind of water you hit on the drive. Well, what's wrong with that? That's as much as anybody!


Blue: [to Dutchy] Hell, one job's all I need. Sharin' a blanket don't make us married.


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The original trailer was narrated by Andrew Duggan.
This film was based on an episode entitled "Line Camp" in Sam Peckinpah's TV series The Westerner. The episode was also written and directed by this films writer and director, Tom Gries See: Line Camp).
Charlton Heston received top / first billing, Joan Hackett received second billing, Donald Pleasence received third billing.
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