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Celebrity Cows Continued...

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Who's This Famous Cowboy Cow?

  • GIMME A HINT..

    Steely-eyed star of many spaghetti westerns. Perhaps his most famous role in these films was playing the Good Guy "Blondie".

  • ANOTHER HINT...

    He played "Dirty" in another series of crime dramas and carried a .44 Magnum, the most powerful handgun in the world and could just blow yer head clean off...

  • OKAY TELL ME WHO...

    This is Clint Cow - star of many spaghetti westerns, beloved films and TV shows. He is also a critically acclaimed Director of Academy Award  nominated and winning movies.

Who's This Mug Beating on Frozen Meat and Chasing Baddies in the Bush?

  • GIMME A HINT..

    Ridiculous long-shot mook from the streets of Philly who pummeled his way to screen stardom and a shot at the title...well titles...

  • ANOTHER HINT...

    Created a whole industry around his role as a Stone cold killer who just wanted to be left alone... to wander around in camouflage with a big knife and bigger bow...

  • OKAY TELL ME WHO...

    This is Sly Stallone Cow. With more action flick hits under his belt than you can count, he also scripted his first big blockbuster movie.

Who's This Little Green Butt Kicking Guru with a Bad Attitude?

  • GIMME A HINT..

    This shrimpy little ball-buster is over 600 years old, but can still punch his way through the bulkhead of an Imperial BattleWagon while dispensing yogic-like wisdom & pithy aphorisms.

  • ANOTHER HINT...

    He taught Luke how to run around in the swamp and juggle yappy droids alongside small spacecraft while balancing on one arm and reading The Baghavad Gita... or something...

  • OKAY TELL ME WHO...

    This is Yooda Cow. Although he is just a puppet with CGI enhancements, he seems pretty real up on the big screen whacking the daylights out of the baddies.

Copyright © 2014  Dale R. Cody All Rights Reserved. **Disclaimer: This is purely a work of fiction. Names, characters, places and incidents either are products of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual events, locales or persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.