We Deal in Lead – Episode 3: Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid

Welcome to the Busted Trail Saloon. Behind the bar there’s whiskey, there’s ladies yonder, and the men at the poker table are from the We Deal in Lead Podcast. Folks from out of town may want to sit down and play a hand, or mayhap listen to an old timer spin a yarn or two. Whatever the reason for comin’ in, stick around, holster yer weapons, and rest your boots.

A part of the Movie Podcast Network, We Deal in Lead is a podcast focusing on westerns, big and small. From the golden era, featuring John Wayne, Glenn Ford, and James Stewart, to the Spaghetti’s with Clint Eastwood, and then off to hills the modern westerns like Silverado, Tombstone, and Appaloosa, we review and discuss the great wild west until the cows come home. Hell, we even get into some TV here and there.

Episode 3 brings a raucous discussion of the great and vibrant Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid and features special guest and MPN alum Cody Clark, or as you’ll know him on this show, Rootin’ Tootin’ Cowboy Cody Clark! Things get a might bit complex in the grasslands, names included.

Known for breaking traditional western convention and two leads who all but lecture on how to be charismatic and masculine, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid continues to be a genre favorite for movie fanatics. But what do the hosts of We Deal in Lead think? Find out now by listening to the damn episode! But your thoughts on the movie matter just as much, so give them lead-dealers a holler in the comments section.

Podcast artwork and production by Wild Matt Daniels. Music courtesy of Little Hawk.

Hosts ratings for Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid

Wild Matt Daniels – 10

Mad Doc Dave – 9.5

Tennessee Two-Guns T-Bog – 10

Cowboy Cody Clark – 10

Show notes:

Movie Podcast Network Meetup Event 2017! (THIS ALREADY HAPPENED AND WAS GREAT)

Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid – The Early Years


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Great episode guys! I do believe y’all are going to have to get abbreviated nicknames before they get any longer.

Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid is one of my favorite westerns. It really exemplifies the magic of old westerns and the film style of that time. Cowboys can be charming, sweet-talking, son-of-a-guns too!

Keep up the good work!

Andrew Fulton

You have inspired me to go and buy the blu ray. I have seen the movie multiple times but it’s been a while since I last saw it.

Wild Man Matt

Excellent! Definitely worth the Blu, which I think can be found for less than $10.