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Unlike Steve Reeves who starred in A Long Ride From Hell, Arnold Schwarzenegger never starred in an Italian Western, aka Spaghetti Western. He did, however, co-star in a western comedy called The Villain(1979) along with Kirk Douglas and Ann Margret. The Villain was directed by stuntman turned director Hall Needham, who had a massive success a couple years prior with his 1977 directorial debut, Smokey and the Bandit, starring Burt Reynolds. Needham’s stunt actor and stunt coordinator credits include over 100 movies and television shows dating back to the late 1950s.
Kirk Douglas plays a Wile E. Coyote-type character called Cactus Jack, Ann Margret plays Charming Jones, and Arnold Schwarzenegger played the naive Handsome Stranger.
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