Hot Lead & Cold Feet

Runtime : 90 mins

Genre : Action Comedy Family Western

Vote Rating : 6/10


Reviews for this movie are available below.

Plot : Twin brothers -- one rough and tough, the other a city-bred milquetoast -- compete for their father's fortune.

Cast Members

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Reviews

Enjoyable. 'Hot Lead & Cold Feet' is good fun. The premise is bonkers but in a positive way, while the humour is much improved on what Disney usually produce in these sorta films. I actually liked every bit of the story, even if it is a tad all over the place. The only real issues I have with this are the effects and some of the pacing, the latter is quite slow around the midway mark. Moving onto the cast. Jim Dale does a great job playing not one, not two but three characters! It's actually rather impressive, though the effects used for when Billy and Eli are 'next to each other' are rather poor. Still, big credit to Dale. The film is basically split into three viewpoints: Billy & Eli, Jasper (Dale) & Mansfield (John Williams) and Sheriff (Don Knotts) & Rattlesnake (Jack Elam). Surprisingly, they make it work. I liked following all the shenanigans that they each got up to. I also rate the music used. All in all, an entertaining film that I would definitely recommend.

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