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Director  Leszek Burzynski
Music director  Hummie Mann
Country  USA
6.2/10 IMDb

Genre  Comedy
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Language  English
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Release date  2001
Writer  Max Enscoe, Annie DeYoung, Glen Stephens, George Buck Flower, Ed Hansen
Initial release  October 7, 2001 (Bismarck)
Screenplay  George Buck Flower, Ed Hansen, Annie DeYoung, Max Enscoe, Glen Stephens
Cast  Kris Kristofferson (Shuck), Peter Fonda (A.J. 'Stoney' Stoneman), Joseph Mazzello (Charles), Keith Carradine (Sheriff Hank Dawson)
Similar movies  Pitch Perfect 2, Jupiter Ascending, The 33, Frozen, Bridget Jones's Diary, The Matrix
Tagline  A comedy about good friends and bad habits.

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Wooly Boys is a 2001 American comedy drama film directed by Leszek Burzynski. It stars Peter Fonda, Kris Kristofferson, and Joseph Mazzello about sheep ranchers in the Badlands of North Dakota.

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Plot

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A.J. "Stoney" Stoneman (Peter Fonda), a grizzled sheep rancher from Medora, North Dakota, is tricked by Sheriff Hank Dawson (Keith Carradine) into taking a trip to see his daughter Kate Harper (Robin Deardan) in Minneapolis, Minnesota. While there, Stoney ends up bonding with his 16-year old grandson, Charles (Joseph Mazzello), whom he hadn't seen in nine years. Charles is also part of the plot to get Stoney help for a serious health issue. Charles tells Stoney his mother is in the hospital, so they leave for the hospital. Upon arriving at the hospital, Stoney finds out that Kate was only "in" the hospital to trick Stoney into having an examination. Stoney and Kate have a bout with words as Stoney is leaving and he collapses from an aneurysm, thereby causing him to be hospitalized. With the aid of his rancher pal, Shuck (Kris Kristofferson), Stoney escapes the hospital—with Charles in tow—for what becomes a life-changing adventure as Charles discovers his family roots and what it means to be a “wooly boy”.

Cast

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  • Peter Fonda as A.J. "Stoney" Stoneman
  • Kris Kristofferson as Shuck
  • Joseph Mazzello as Charles
  • Keith Carradine as Sheriff Hank Dawson
  • Robin Dearden as Kate Harper
  • Production

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    Filming was done in the North Dakota towns of Medora, Belfield, Fryburg, and Beach; also in Minneapolis and Woodbury, Minnesota.


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