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Wednesday Matinee: Smokey and the Good-Time Outlaws


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Jesse Turner
Dennis Fimple
Country and western singers JD and the Salt Flat 'Kid', decide to leave their hometown and make the 2,000 mile trip to Nashville and the 'big time'. On the road, the aspiring stars find plenty of adventures, but once in the 'country capital' have difficulty in securing any engagements. But with the help of an old friend, JD devises an ingenious plan to star on the Grand Ole Opry telecast....
Screenplay by FRANK DOBBS and BOB WALSH
Produced by TOMMY AMATO Directed by ALEX GRASSHOFF
FILMS: page 17


Unknown: Jesse Turner
Unknown: Dennis Fimple
Unknown: Frank Dobbs
Unknown: Bob Walsh
Produced By: Tommy Amato
Directed By: Alex Grasshoff
JD: Jesse Turner
Salt Flat 'Kid': Dennis Fimple
Sheriff Leddy: Slim Pickens
Sandy: Dianne Sherrill
Linda: Marcie Barkin
Marcie: Hope Summers
Arthur Leddy: Gailard Sartain
Big Bob Buffy: Sully Boyer

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Wednesday Matinee: Smokey and the Good-Time Outlaws

BBC One London, 27 January 1988 14.15

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