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  • Drama (Aspect: 16 X 9 LETTERBOX, ORIGINAL ASPECT RATIO - 1.85:1)
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    Like Unforgiven and Dances With Wolves, this critically acclaimed film is a classic Western with a modern twist. Suzy Amis (Judgment Day, Titanic, The Usual Suspects) gives a stunning performance as a woman who discovers that the Wild West is no place for a lady – unless she’s disguised as a man. Featuring dynamic supporting performances by Bo Hopkins (Midnight Express, The Getaway) and Ian McKellan (The Lord of the Rings™ trilogy), this fascinating film inspired by a true story proves that our heroes have sometimes been...cowgirls. After bearing an illegitimate child, society girl Josephine Monaghan (Amis) leaves home in disgrace. On the road west, she discovers that an unaccompanied woman is sexual prey for any man – so she disguises herself as a boy. As Little Jo, she confronts all the dangers the West has to offer – from deadly winters to murderous outlaws. But her treacherous enemy is her own heart – when she risks everything by falling in love with the one man who discovers her secret.

    • Release Date: 1993
    • Runtime: 121:00
    • Genre: Drama; Western
    • Language: English
    • Format: DVD-NTSC
    • Screen:
    • Aspect: 16 X 9 LETTERBOX, ORIGINAL ASPECT RATIO - 1.85:1
    • Rating: R
    • Audio: DOLBY DIGITAL SURROUND 2.0 - English, DOLBY DIGITAL SURROUND 5.1 - English, DTS HD-Master Audio 5.1
    • Color/BW: COLOR
    • Special Features:
    • Copyright: © 1993 Warner Bros. Entertainment, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
    • Number of Discs: 1
    • Disc Format: DVD-9

    Starring:
    Suzy Amis
    Bo Hopkins
    Sir Ian McKellen
    David Chung
    Carrie Snodgress
    René
    Auberjonois
    Heather Graham
    Sam Robards
    Ruth Maleczech
    Olinda Turturro

    Written by:
    Maggie Greenwald

    Directed by:
    Maggie Greenwald

    Produced by:
    Fred Berner
    Brenda Goodman