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Undead or Alive

Undead or Alive ★ 2007 (R)

Unlikely cowboy Luke (Kattan) and his new partner, army deserter Elmer (Denton), run a con on a corrupt sheriff and escape into the desert. Only they're pursued by angry Sheriff Claypool (Besser) and his posse. The duo meets up with Native American Sue (Rawat) and learn that be cause of Geronimo's curse all the local white settlers and soldiers are turning into zombies. About as dumb as you can imagine. 91m/C DVD . Chris Kattan, James Denton, Navi Rawat, Matt Besser, Christopher Coppola; D: Glasgow Phillips; W: Glasgow Phillips; C: Thomas Callaway; M: Ivan Koutikov. VIDEO

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