Bullshot (1983)

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Plot is a secondary consideration in this partially successful, partially failed take-off on the Bulldog Drummond series of the 1930s. "Bullshot" Crummond (Alan Shearman) is a square-jawed hero of World War I who longs to face off against his German arch-nemesis Count Otto von Bruno (Ron House) one more time. He gets his chance when he must save Rosemary Fenton (Diz White), a damsel in distress -- her father made a top-secret discovery before he died and Count von Bruno wants that secret for himself, no matter what happens to the good Rosemary. As the hijinks unfold inside the requisite Sinister Mansion (Bullshot fights a giant octopus and leaps onto a plane in mid-air as the action reaches a crescendo), caricature, and zany anarchy provide the humor. ~ Eleanor Mannikka, Rovi
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PG (violence)
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Comedy
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Cast

Alan Shearman
as Capt. Hugh (Bullshot) Crummond
Diz White
as Miss Rosemary Fenton
Frances Tomelty
as Fraulein Lenya von Bruno
Michael Aldridge
as Prof. Rupert Fenton
Ron Pember
as Dobbs
Christopher Good
as Lord Binky Brancaster
Mel Smith
as Crouch
Geoffrey Bayldon
as Colonel Hinchcliff
Billy Connolly
as Hawkeye McGillicuddy
Ron House
as Count Otto von Bruno
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Full Review… | February 8, 2006
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Full Review… | October 23, 2004
Chicago Sun-Times
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Full Review… | August 30, 2004
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Full Review… | December 31, 1999
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August 17, 2005
EmanuelLevy.Com

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Full Review… | May 24, 2003
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Audience Reviews for Bullshot

This is not a typical parody in the Airplane variety, it's more subtle. You must be a fan of all things British to completely enjoy this film. Some really good laughs, but you have to pay close attention.

John Miller
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