Kenny Rogers as The Gambler

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Kenny Rogers as The Gambler

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Kenny Rogers as The Gambler

Release Date: April 08, 1980

Year    :   1980
Slogan    :   «You Got To Know When To Hold 'Em, Know When To Fold Em...»
Genres    :   Western, TV Movie
Production Companies    :   Ken Kragen Productions
Director    :   Dick Lowry
Producers    :   Terence A. Donnelly, Jim Byrnes, John Marias, Ken Kragen
Writers    :   Cort Casady, Jim Byrnes, Jim Byrnes
RunTime    :   94 mins.

Kenny Rogers stars as Brady Hawkes, as the titular gambler, embarks on a journey to meet a son he never knew after the latter sends him a letter. Along the way, Brady meets Billy Montana (Bruce Boxleitner) and the two become friends. Billy (while trying to help Brady in his quest) fancies himself as a professional poker player on his own. Although Billy makes mistakes along the way (some of these include: trying to find a way to cheat or do some smooth talking), Brady makes sure that he stays on good behavior during a train ride to Yuma, CA. The duo help prostitute Jennie Reed (Lee Purcell) who has trouble with a train baron. At the end, Brady's son's stepfather (Clu Gulager) is confronted.




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