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Every Which Way but Loose


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Comedy drama starring
Clint Eastwood
Sondra Locke
Los Angeles trucker and part-time bare-knuckle fighter Philo Beddoe has an unusual friend - Clyde the orang-utan. When Philo falls for and loses a country singer, as well as humiliating some Hell's Angels, the scene is set for action along the road to Denver.
Director James Fargo (1978)
* FILM REVIEWS pages 61-66


Unknown: Clint Eastwood
Unknown: Philo Beddoe
Director: James Fargo
Philo Beddoe: Clint Eastwood
Lynn Halsey-Taylor: Sondra Locke
Ma: Ruth Gordon
Orville: Geoffrey Lewis
Echo: Beverly D'Angelo
Tank Murdock: Walter Barnes
Clerk at DMV: George Chandler
Woody: Roy Jenson
Herb: James McEachin
Dallas: Bill McKinney
Elmo: William O'Connell
Clyde: Manis
Cholla: John Quade
Frank: Dan Vadis
Putnam: Gregory Walcott

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Every Which Way but Loose

BBC One London, 28 September 1994 19.00

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