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Stuart Kaufman & Amy MacLeod

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East Coast siblings Amy and Stu (and sometimes their friend Pat) have pledged to watch every Western. Along the way, they'll try to determine who brought the face, observe the Great American Coot in its natural habitat, and search for the best saloon. Listen in and...watch yourself out there on the trail! Check out some of our best episodes! #35 - The White Buffalo #30 - Rango #28 - Sabata the Killer #25 - Stagecoach #24 - Down the Wyoming Trail #21 - Haunted Gold #19 - Day of Anger #14 - Bl ...
 
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The Great Train Robbery directed by Edwin S. Porter and starring Gilbert M. "Broncho Billy" Anderson, A.C. Abadie, and George Barnes. Episode Roundup: The Cowpunchers watch the very first Western film and provide their commentary! Watch along with us! Stu isn't sure where Baltimore County Maryland begins or ends. Pat suggests replacing the classic …
 
Wolf Lowry directed by William S. Hart and starring William S. Hart, Margery Wilson, Aaron Edwards, and William Fairbanks. Episode Roundup: The Cowpunchers wonder how silent the set was for a silent movie. Amy wants to see an Old West version of Seinfeld. Stu has a lot of fun putting his own emphasis on the dialogue cards. Pat tells us what good fl…
 
Charmed - S3:E14 The Good, the Bad and the Cursed (2001) Star Trek: The Next Generation - S6:E8 A Fistful of Datas (1992) Episode Roundup: The Cowpunchers indulge in some TV! We watched two western themed episodes of non-western themed television shows. In Charmed, We wanted MORE MAGIC, however they may have used all of it to keep Prue's half-shirt…
 
Hell or High Water directed by David Mackenzie and starring Chris Pine, Ben Foster, and Jeff Bridges. Episode Roundup: The Cowpunchers wax philosophical after watching a movie about robbing banks in 2009. Stu expresses his dissatisfaction with people who own giant pickup trucks and don't use them. Amy wants a cold beer and to watch the Texas landsc…
 
Sartana's Here... Trade Your Pistol for a Coffin directed by Giuliano Carnimeo and starring George Hilton, Charles Southwood and Erika Blanc. Episode Roundup: The cowpunchers invent some brand new sentences including: "Go to foot-cigarette jail!", "Where can guns live?" and "How else do you salt your eggs if not from the salt from your salt holster…
 
Adiós, Sabata directed by Gianfranco Parolini, and starring Yul Brynner, Dean Reed, and Ignazio Spalla. Episode Roundup: SABATATHON '22 gets started with a discussion as disjointed and chaotic as the movie itself. Amy comes up with exciting new ideas for Cowpunchers merch. Pat wonders what that accordion is going to do. Stu discovers the existence …
 
Shanghai Noon directed by Tom Dey and starring Jackie Chan, Owen Wilson and Lucy Liu. Episode Roundup: The Cowpunchers court a sponsorship with Dr. Pepper. Stu is excited by the return of the Hollywood Meat Slap(TM). Pat wonders if this is a Western or a martial arts movie, either way it's a sports movie. Amy's inner monologue is somehow captured f…
 
The Escape of Prisoner 614 directed by Zach Golden and starring Ron Perlman, Martin Starr, Jake McDorman, and George Sample III. Episode Roundup: The Cowpunchers admire the simple joys of the coffee mugs found in diners. Stu thinks that this movie was just stupid enough; any more dumb and it would have just been unbearably dumb. So stupid. Amy is h…
 
Christmas Mountain directed by Pierre de Moro and starring Mark Miller, Slim Pickens, and Jack Glenn Evans. Episode Roundup: NO GODS. NO KINGS. ONLY SLIM PICKENS. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! The Cowpunchers are once again confronted by a town full of assholes, this time though, the town must be taught the true meaning of Christmas. Pat intr…
 
The Long Riders directed by Walter Hill and starring David Carradine, Stacy Keach, and Randy Quaid. Episode Roundup: Oh brother! What a movie! All the Carradines you want, none that you don't. Amy is captivated by one hell of a mustache. Stu lists all possible emotions, none of which are portrayed by Jesse James. --- This episode is sponsored by · …
 
The Deadly Companions directed by Sam Peckinpah and starring Maureen O'Hara, Brian Kieth, Steve Cochran and Chill Wills. Episode Roundup: What's under that hat? What's under that haaaat? Stu posits that it's a map to buried treasure. Amy wonders if Chill Wills is a bear. Apologies for Amy's audio again this week. She'll get it figured out for next …
 
Gunfight at Black Horse Canyon directed by R.G. Springsteen, and starring Dale Robertson, Jack Ging, and William Demarest. Episode Roundup: What this movie lacks in a convincing romantic subplot and upper lips, it more than makes up for in stunning images of beautiful horses. Stu eagerly awaits the arrival of the Wells Fargo Wagon. Amy can't mentio…
 
BloodRayne 2: Deliverance directed by Uwe Boll and starring Natassia Malthe, Zack Ward, and Michael Paré. Episode Roundup: Happy Halloween, y'all! The Cowpunchers get SPOOKY with this abysmal Cowboys and Vampires video game movie! Amy wonders what people of the 1880s would think if they knew their photograph would be featured in the opening credits…
 
A Fistful of Dollars directed by Sergio Leone and starring Clint Eastwood. Episode Roundup: The Cowpunchers serve up what is commonly regarded as the FIRST spaghetti western! Would you like some grated parmesean? Clint Eastwood brings a dump truck of face. Amy wants to know why the villian doesn't believe in headshots. Stu is impressed by Clint Eas…
 
Back to the Future Part III directed by Robert Zemeckis and starring Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Mary Steenburgen, and Thomas F. Wilson. Episode Roundup: The Cowpunchers go back in time only to find a thick musk of cowboy piss. Amy makes plans for a pastel cowboy cosplay. Seven-year-old Stu reveals his love for flashing lights and flying car…
 
The Outlaw Josey Wales directed by Clint Eastwood and starring Clint Eastwood, Sondra Locke, and Chief Dan George. Episode Roundup: After watching "Angel and the Bad Man" from 2009, the Cowpunchers wanted a good movie. Unfortunately, they got what they asked for. CONTENT WARNING: This movie contains two scenes of sexual violence. Please view with d…
 
Angel and the Bad Man directed by Terry Ingram, starring Lou Diamond Phillips, Deborah Kara Unger and Luke Perry. Episode Roundup: The Cowpunchers crunch the numbers to uncover this movie's target audience: Nobody. Amy plays a game of spot the differences between this and the original. Stu is haunted by Lou Diamond Phillips' nipples. Contact us at …
 
Angel and the Badman directed and written by James Edward Grant and starring John Wayne, Gail Russell, Harry Carey, and Bruce Cabot. Episode Roundup: The Cowpunchers are scandalized by the appearance of John Wayne's nipple. Stu is captivated by the idea that being kind to one's neighbors could be a good thing. Amy is impressed by Gail Russell's smo…
 
The Ballad of Buster Scruggs directed by Ethan and Joel Cohen, starring Tim Blake Nelson, Willie Watson and Clancy Brown. Episode Roundup: This collection of tales is beautifully told, and overwhelming in the feels it made us feel. Amy has trouble with mostly all of the words ever. Pat is at risk of be replaced by a robot. Stu schools Pat and Amy o…
 
McLintock! directed by Andrew V. McLaglen and starring John Wayne, Maureen O'Hara, and Patrick Wayne. Episode Roundup: A very special Fathers' Day episode featuring the father of two of the Cowpunchers! Amy suspects the director had a spanking fetish. Dad has determined that this movie is all about butts, drinking, fist fights, and falling down. St…
 
The White Buffalo directed by J. Lee Thompson and starring Charles Bronson, Jack Warden, and Will Sampson. Episode Roundup: How many times must we be forced to behold Charles Bronson? Amy wants to know what this movie wanted her to feel, because right now she's just pissed off. Pat demands that the sack full of cats introduced in Act I be resolved …
 
The Quick and the Dead directed by Sam Raimi, starring Sharon Stone, Gene Hackman and Russell Crowe. Episode Roundup: The Cowpunchers bring you a Mother's Day special with an even more special guest: Our famous listner, our own Mother! Stu starts a new lawn mower maintenance program. Amy posits that maybe there were too many explosions. Our mother …
 
Trigun: Badlands Rumble directed by Satoshi Nishimura and starring Masaya Onosaka, Hiromi Tsuru and Satsuki Yukino. Episode Roundup: The Cowpunchers demand more Western anime! Pat attempts to explain the futuristic concept of "Double Dollars". Stu does some lavish estate planning. Amy is baffled by the "Thomas Meat", and so should you. #LeeVAnimeCl…
 
BONUS EPISODE!!! Another collection of bits, gags, digressions, and assorted strangeness that we cut from previous episodes that we couldn't just throw away! Pat teaches us the proper verbiage to use when throwing someone through a window. Amy really Tony Hawked it. Stu refuses to watch Game of Thrones. The Cowpunchers search the internet for the m…
 
The Grand Duel directed by Giancarlo Santi and starring Lee Van Cleef, Alberto Dentice, and Jess Hahn Episode Roundup: Sabatathon '21 is closed out with this charming classic featuring a Baroque painter and a horse's rear end! Amy gets a Netflix deal. Pat can't say "Lee Van Cleef." Stu has an easy time editing this episode. Amy challenges Stu and P…
 
Sabata the Killer directed by Tulio Demicheli and starring Anthony Steffen, Peter Lee Lawrence and Eduardo Fajardo. Episode Roundup: This dogs breakfast of an "movie" was packed with double crosses and truly taught us to live, laugh and love. Pat shares his memories of the Woodrow Wilson musical. Stu is entranced by Teddy Hobo-sevelt. Amy wonders w…
 
Sabata directed by Gianfranco Parolini and starring Lee Van Cleef, William Berger, and Ignazio Spalla. Episode Roundup: Welcome to SABATATHON '21! The Cowpunchers have been at it for a year now, and to celebrate we're starting a new tradition; Lee Van Cleef movies every February, all February. Pat wonders who is actually playing that banjo, because…
 
Quigley Down Under directed by Simon Wincer and starring Tom Selleck, Laura San Giacomo, and Alan Rickman. Episode Roundup: The Cowpunchers reflect on the beauty of the Australian landscape and Tom Selleck's mustache. Amy celebrates America's Sweetheart, Alan Rickman. Stu buys the whole box of postcards. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: T…
 
Stagecoach directed by John Ford and starring John Wayne, Clair Trevor, and Andy Devine. Episode Roundup: The Cowpunchers have an intense discussion over who brought the face; John Wayne or John Wayne? Maybe...John Wayne! Amy successfully caulks the wagon and crosses the river. Stu just wants a bowl of brown food in a saloon with sawdust on the flo…
 
Down the Wyoming Trail directed by Al Herman and starring Tex Ritter, Horace Murphy, and Mary Brodel. Episode Roundup: H0-HO-HOWDY! The Cowpunchers discover the true meaning of Christmas and it has everything to do with Santa Claus shooting a man to death in cold blood. Stu shouts at the landscape. Amy wonders who the father is. Pat reveals the Aca…
 
The Shakiest Gun in the West directed by Alan Rafkin and starring Don Knotts, Barbara Rhoades, and Jackie Coogan. Episode Roundup: The Cowpunchers go on a trip to Dark Mayberry. Pat puts out a call for any and all Western-themed Joe Don Baker content. Stu goes birding and spots the rare and elusive Philadelphia Popinjay. Amy struggles with her inte…
 
Cat Ballou directed by Elliot Silverstein and starring Jane Fond, Lee Marvin, and Michael Callan. Episode Roundup: The Cowpunchers are overjoyed to witness their first hoe-down! Amy discusses the nutritional needs of the Great American Coot. Stu is excited to hear Nat King Cole sing something unrelated to Christmas. Melissa laments all the zippers …
 
Haunted Gold directed by Mack Wright and starring John Wayne, Sheila Terry, and Duke the Horse. Episode Roundup: The Cowpunchers endure a painfully racist character for a handful of kooky eyes staring through walls and a ghoulish Christopher Walken. Was it worth it??? Stu describes what sort of cowboy hat Cab Calloway would have worn. Amy gets anot…
 
Day of Anger directed by Tonino Valerii, starring Lee Van Cleef, Giuliano Gemma, and Walter Rilla. Episode Roundup: Amy calls murder school back into session. Pat sparks an in-depth discussion on the economics of blackmail. Stu can't ID a mule. The cowpunchers describe the most unsettling saloon. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easie…
 
If You Meet Sartana . . . Pray for Your Death directed by Gianfranco Parolini and starring Gianni Garko, William Berger, and Sydney Chaplin, with "special participation" from Klaus Kinski. Episode Roundup: This wasn't a movie, it was a trip to the holodeck gone horribly wrong. RED ALERT. Stu and Pat investigate where this movie's plot went and coer…
 
Black Jack directed by Gianfranco Baldanello and starring Robert Woods, Lucienne Bridou and Rik Battaglia. Episode Roundup: Wow! Is this a Western, or a delicious layered dessert? Or possibly a Biblical parable? Stu plans a killer Halloween party, while Pat and Amy provide some cool ambiance. Professor Pat reminds you that your term paper is due. A…
 
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