Three Amigos!

Three Amigos!

Director: John Landis Cast: Chevy Chase, Steve Martin, Martin Short

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This slapstick farce features Dusty Bottoms (Chevy Chase), Lucky Day (Steve Martin), and Ned Nederlander (Martin Short), as three silent movie cowboy stars who get the axe from their Hollywood studio. Just at that opportune moment, a woman named Carmen (Patrice Martinez) asks them to come to her forgotten little town south of the border and do some work for her, for a tidy sum. The three "stooges" agree, thinking they are going to perform their singing cowboy routine, but instead Carmen wants them to get rid of the nasty El Guapo (Alfonso Arau) who is running roughshod over the good citizens of the town. Not the kind of heroes they appear to be in the movies, they have a difficult time helping out the distressed townsfolk.

Product Details

Release Date: 04/28/2009
UPC: 0883929065950
Original Release: 1986
Rating: PG
Source: Hbo Home Video
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Time: 1:45:00
Sales rank: 5,045

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Chevy Chase Dusty Bottoms
Steve Martin Lucky Day
Martin Short Ned Nederlander
Patrice Martinez Carmen
Alfonso Arau El Guapo
Joe Mantegna Harry Flugleman
Tony Plana Jefe
Josh Gallegos Bar Patron
Fred Asparagus Bartender
Benita Rosita
Craig Berenson Telegram Delivery Boy
Patrice Camhi Carmen
Betty Carvalho Mama Sanchez
Candy Castillo Bandito #2
Jorge Cervera Bandito #1
Hector Elias Pedro
Rebecca Ferratti Actor
Abel Franco Papa Sanchez
Philip Gordon Rodrigo
Gene Hartline Silent Movie Bandido
Phil Hartman Sam
Tino Insana Studio Guard
William B. Kaplan Silent Movie Bandido
Carl LaFong Tortoise
Sophia Lamour Silent Movie Senorita
Jon Lovitz Morty
Hector Morales Carlos
Santos Morales Telegrapher
Randy Newman Singing Bush
Jeff O'Haco Bandito #3
Dyana Ortelli Juanita
Humberto Ortiz Pablo
Loyda Ramos Conchita
Brian Thompson German's Other Friend
Rebecca Underwood Hot Senorita
Norbert Weisser German's Friend
Michael Wren Cowboy
Kai Wulff German
Brinke Stevens (uncredited)

Technical Credits
John Landis Director,Screenwriter
Dan Allingham Production Manager
Roy Arbogast Special Effects
Leslie Belzberg Associate Producer
Elmer Bernstein Score Composer
Ronald W. Browne Cinematographer
Jackie Burch Casting
Malcolm Campbell Editor
Leonard Engelman Makeup
Mark Fabus Set Decoration/Design
George Folsey Producer
Jerry Gatlin Stunts
Frank Griffin Makeup
Shirley Kirkes Choreography
Steve Martin Executive Producer,Screenwriter
Lorne Michaels Producer,Screenwriter
Deborah Nadoolman Costumes/Costume Designer
Randy Newman Score Composer,Songwriter,Screenwriter
Mark Reedall Makeup
Ric Sagliani Makeup
Richard Sawyer Production Designer
Stan Tropp Set Decoration/Design

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Three Amigos
1. "The Ballad of The Three Amigos" [2:59]
2. Mexico, 1916 [6:03]
3. A Cry For Help [2:05]
4. Goldsmith Pictures; Hollywood [7:10]
5. Looking for El Guapo [5:22]
6. "My Little Buttercup" [1:56]
7. On to Santo Poco [5:33]
8. Banditos! Banditos! [5:22]
9. El Guapo [5:03]
10. 2nd Show, "This is Real!" [5:39]
12. "The Three Amigos, For Real!" [2:27]
11. The Kidnapping [3:31]
13. "Blue Shadows" [4:49]
14. The Singing Bush [4:17]
15. El Guapo & The German [6:26]
16. The Rescue [8:49]
17. Showdown [7:53]
18. The Getaway [4:41]
19. El Guapo Attacks [5:17]
20. Into the Sunset [3:32]

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Three Amigos! 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Cute movie, with some good laughs. Chase is as deadpan as ever, which works. It's similar to GalaxyQuest, where actors are forced to deal with a very real situation because people believe they are like the characters they portray. Not all of the humor works but it will definitely give you laughs.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
What happens when a wine journalist who makes crusades against the trend of over-extraced/barrique-aged wines, who accuses half the italian wine set of using concentrators and who violently put the blame on LoCascio, Cotarella and WineSpectator for their diabolic attack against the traditional identity of italian wines ... I say what happens when to such a journalist occurs to write sincerely positive TNs in his ''wine-zine'' on THREE wines - I say three wines made by three different producers - all made with concentrator ?... Well, a careful and diligent reader cannot if not e-mail the wine-journalist making him aware of the slight incongruity. Or he isn't able to distinguish a ''genuine wine'' from one who underwent reverse osmosis... or he has never visited the wineries he claims to be so ''purist'' and ''honest''. Or, again, he has never seen a concentrator, and isn't able to detect one when in front of it. I prefer not to belive to any of the above-mentioned possibilities... Anyway, rather predictably, the wine-journalist in case didn't appreciate too much my modest and disinterested remark... That's Ziliani, that's WineReport, in one word. A man who despite his dubious command of italian grammar (it's really not the case of speaking of ''prose'') has reached the status of an authority on italian wine chez some amigos. Well, I'd like to tell more, to tell the whole story, to name the names, even the names of the wine producers who have a liberal hand on concentrators... but as I've recently discovered that those amigos have been indulging for months in the deprecable habit of passing my private e-mails to this Ziliani, I really prefer not to... That he may discover by himself who are the ''sleepers'', the infiltrates who profaned his heaven of puritan wines !