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Home on the Range (2004)

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To save their farm, the resident animals go bounty hunting for a notorious outlaw.

Directors:

Will Finn, John Sanford
5 nominations. See more awards »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
G.W. Bailey ... Rusty, the Dog (voice)
Roseanne Barr ... Maggie (voice)
Bobby Block Bobby Block ... Piggy (voice)
Steve Buscemi ... Wesley (voice)
Carole Cook ... Pearl Gesner (voice)
Charlie Dell ... Ollie, the Pig (voice)
Judi Dench ... Mrs. Caloway (voice)
Charles Dennis ... Rico (voice)
Marshall Efron ... Larry, the Duck (voice)
Joe Flaherty ... Jeb, the Goat (voice)
Cuba Gooding Jr. ... Buck (voice)
Charles Haid ... Lucky Jack (voice)
Estelle Harris ... Audrey, the Chicken (voice)
Lance LeGault ... Junior, the Buffalo (voice)
Sam Levine ... The Willie Brothers (voice) (as Sam J. Levine)
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Storyline

Alameda Slim (Randy Quaid), a wanted cattle rustler, uses an alias to buy up properties all over western Nebraska, and his next target is the Patch of Heaven dairy farm, where the widow owner cares more for her "family" of yard animals than she does for profit. She just doesn't have the cash to keep in business or to prevent Slim from taking her farm. The animals, mainly carefree youngsters, are unable to help, however, three cows of very different temperaments rise to the desperate occasion and set out to do battle for their dream home. They team up with the Sheriff's megalomaniac horse and any other animal who can possibly help, even a crazy lucky rabbit and an invincible buffalo. Written by TS

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Plot Keywords:

cow | farm | rustler | dairy farm | cattle | See All (190) »

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Bust a Moo. See more »


Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG for brief mild rude humor | See all certifications »

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Trivia

The first Disney animated feature film since Lilo & Stitch (2002) to not release in November. See more »

Goofs

When Alameda Slim is branding the map of all the foreclosed ranches he has bought, he brands the Dixon Ranch (the previous home of Maggie, the Cow). Cut to a close-up of the map and the brand is gone, then reappears several seconds later. See more »

Quotes

Alameda Slim: Okay, boys, let's go over this one more time. Who am I?
Willie Brother #1: Uncle Slim?
Alameda Slim: Correct! Now, I put on this hat, and then I put on these spectacles...
Willie Brother #1: Ahh! Who are you?
Willie Brother #2: What have you done with Uncle Slim?
Alameda Slim: Arrgghh! It's still me! Can't you dumb sack of hammers get it right?
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Crazy Credits

At the end, it fades in on the brown background used for the credits. See more »

Connections

Referenced in Hewy's Animated Movie Reviews: Tangled (2010) See more »

Soundtracks

Old MacDonald had a Farm
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Traditional
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An absolute disgrace
7 August 2007 | by Atreyu_IISee all my reviews

The 44th animated Disney "classic" is just one among other good examples of how Disney went downhill during these last years.

It's sad to see how Disney (which made so many timeless classics) declined that much. What happened to the traditional hand-drawn classics? All this CGI stuff only ruined Disney! "Home On The Range" isn't the worst Disney movie ever, but it is side by side with their worst movies.

This movie has lots of irritating moments, but the worst of all is a scene in a bar - one of the most ridiculous scenes in a movie! The "humor" of this movie isn't the classic humor which is really funny. What we see here is nothing but annoying, unconventional and pointless modern humor.

This movie has some nice backgrounds of the Old West, but only a few. The characters are very ugly in general and so terribly designed that it's impossible not to feel annoyed by them.

Stupid situations, terrible designs, very low picture quality, awful animation and boring songs are more weak points of this disgrace.

The characters in general are annoying. The only characters I liked were the little yellow birds, the little pigs and Rusty the Dog. But even these characters can't be compared with the beloved and legendary Disney characters of the great classics from the past.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English | Mandarin

Release Date:

2 April 2004 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Sweating Bullets See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

$110,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$13,880,771, 4 April 2004

Gross USA:

$50,030,461

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$145,358,062
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1.77 : 1
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