Every Which Way But Loose

Every Which Way But Loose

Director: James Fargo Cast: Clint Eastwood, Sondra Locke, Geoffrey Lewis

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Clint Eastwood's first comedy feature proved to be one of his most profitable vehicles. Eastwood plays Philo Beddoe, a bare-knuckle boxer who travels from fight to fight in a beat-up truck, accompanied by his "pal" Clyde, a orangutan with a mean right hook, and his human buddy Orville (Geoffrey Lewis). During a stopover, Philo meets and falls in love with would-be country & western singer Lynn Halsey-Taylor (Sondra Locke). After a while, she wants to break off the relationship, but he doesn't -- a shaky plot peg upon which to hang several reels' worth of zany car chases and confrontations with such opponents as a gang of bikers and a battalion of hostile lawmen. Adding to the fun is Ruth Gordon as Eastwood's don't-mess-with-me octogenarian mother, and Beverly D'Angelo as an ace sharpshooter. The enormous box-office success of Every Which Way But Loose yielded an equally wacky -- and equally lucrative -- sequel, Any Which Way You Can.

Product Details

Release Date: 06/01/2010
UPC: 0883929078059
Original Release: 1978
Rating: PG
Source: Warner Home Video
Region Code: 1
Time: 1:54:00
Sales rank: 7,850

Special Features

Closed Caption

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Clint Eastwood Philo Beddoe
Sondra Locke Lynn Halsey-Taylor
Geoffrey Lewis Orville
Beverly D'Angelo Echo
Ruth Gordon Ma
George Chandler Clerk at DMV
Jeannette Louise Cole Palamino girl
Sam Gilman Fat Guy's Buddy
Timothy P. Hirvin MC
Tim Irwin Musician
Billie Jackson Better
William O'Connell Elmo
Al Silvani Tank Murdock's Manager
Ken Wahl Actor
Hank Worden Trailer Court Manager
Walter Barnes Tank Murdock
Roy Jenson Woody
James McEachin Herb
Bill McKinney Dallas
John Quade Cholla
Dan Vadis Frank
Gregory Walcott Putman
Jerry Brutsche Street Sweeper Driver
Cary Michael Cheifer Kincaid's Manager
Chuck Hicks Truck Driver
Joyce Jameson Sybil
Richard Jamison Harlan
Jackson D. Kane Man at Bowling Alley
Jeremy Kronsberg Bruno
Fritz Manes Bartender at Zanzabar
Michael Mann Church's Manager
Lloyd Nelson Bartender
George Orrison Fight Spectator
Thelma Pelish Lady Customer
Tom Runyon Bartender at Palomino
Bruce Scott Schyler
Hartley Silver Bartender
Jan Stratton Waitress
Guy Way Bartender
George Wilbur Church
Chuck Waters Biker
Jerry Wills Biker
George Dockstader Double

Technical Credits
James Fargo Director
Elayne Barbara Ceder Art Director
Joel Cox Editor
Robert Daley Producer
Robert de Vestel Set Decoration/Design
Steve Dorff Score Composer
Chuck Gaspar Special Effects
Bert Hallberg Sound/Sound Designer
Jeremy Joe Kronsberg Associate Producer,Screenwriter
Fritz Manes Associate Producer
Rexford Metz Cinematographer
Al Silvani Consultant/advisor
Wayne Van Horn Stunts
Ferris Webster Editor
Glenn Wright Costumes/Costume Designer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Every Which Way But Loose
1. Credits [3:03]
2. Punchy Over Peanuts [2:47]
3. Tricky and Testy [2:36]
4. Brawling for Dollars [3:39]
5. The Palomino [3:07]
6. Lynn Halsey-Taylor [5:24]
7. Black Widows Road Chase [4:39]
8. How Philo Met Clyde [2:44]
9. Squashed Spiders [3:29]
10. No Respect [3:01]
11. Vehicular Horseplay [:12]
12. Rules When Meeting a Lady [5:04]
13. Calling the Cops [2:53]
14. Four for the Road [1:37]
15. Whuppin' the Widows [6:08]
16. Getting Acquainted [3:31]
17. Ma and the Bikers [2:51]
18. Lynn's Whereabouts [2:33]
19. Doing the Town [3:10]
20. Clyde's Date [3:21]
21. Action in Santa Fe [3:09]
22. We Don't Give Up [5:22]
23. Love on the Run [3:15]
24. Cops Go Philo-fishing [3:16]
25. Showdown with the Widows [7:13]
26. Zanza Bar [8:18]
27. Not Too Smart [3:17]
28. Tank Murdock [3:19]
29. On the Road Again [5:47]
30. End Credits [2:21]

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Every Which Way But Loose 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
For anyone who enjoyed country before it was cool, this is easy fun and a great look back at an era with more simplicity than we realized at the time. The four lead players are engaging, not trying to do anything more serious than make us chuckle. They succeeded!