Wooly Boys (2001)

Director
Leszek Burzynski

Main cast
Kris Kristofferson; Peter Fonda; Joseph Mazzello; Keith Carradine

Genres
Action, Comedy, Drama

Description
Grizzled North Dakota rancher Stoney (Peter Fonda) heads to the big city to see his daughter and winds up bonding with the grandson he never knew in this heartwarming tale. Stoney's city-bred grandson, Charles (Joseph Mazzello), tricks him into getting help for a serious health issue. But with the aid of his rancher pal (Kris Kristofferson), Stoney escapes the hospital with Charles in tow.


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