Kid West

Synopsis: A young spitfire cowgirl, and her coolheaded Native American friend, race a gang of neighborhood bullies to find a mysterious treasure supposedly having mystical powers.
Genre: Western
Director(s): Jesse Mast




Ungrateful mutt.

I fed you yesterday.

What are we gonna do

with this thing anyway?

I told you, we're gonna sell him.

To who?

I don't know.

It was your master plan to get him anyway.

I'm sick of him.

[KID] Why don't you return

him and get the reward money?

Who's there?

[KID] Banjo Cunningham, you ding bat.

Don't you know the voice

of the neighbor you've had

for seven years?

Jimmy, that you?

[KID] Well, who else would it be?

Your voice sounds different.

[KID] Well, Banjo, when a

boy reaches a certain age,

testosterone kicks in and

his voice starts to change.

You follow me?

Well, if that's so,

ain't your voice supposed

to be deeper?

[KID] Barret, do I

need to come out there

and give you a personal

education in health

or lack thereof?

No, Jimmy.

[KID] That's what I thought.

What you doing out here?

[KID] I'm squatting next to a tree,

what do you think I am doing?

As I was saying,

there's a reward for that missing dog.

I saw a poster on an oak tree

about 100 feet west of here.

If you call the number on the poster,

you can get $50.

You sure?

[KID] As sure as I'm sitting here.

Thanks for the tip, Jimmy.

We'll leave you to it.

Sometimes it's just too easy.

I know you may be afraid

of the dark, little buddy,

but it's for your own protection.

That's Kid West.


Hey, your mama told

me to come and find you.

Where have you been?

Sorry, Mrs. Roberts,

can't talk right now.



Now you listen up, Banjo Cunningham,

that's the last time

I wanna hear about you

stealing in my neighborhood.

Oh, by the way,

watch out for gators.

There's no gators in this river.

Oh yeah?

What's that?

Made you look.

We were worried sick.

I didn't think her little

heart was ever gonna mend

if we couldn't get him back.

Thank you, Kid West.

Just doing my duty, ma'am.

We'll miss you around here.

Where have you been?

Sorry I'm late.

What is that silly thing

still doing on your head?

Where do you wanna start?

Just some extra income.

Every little bit helps.

Where did you get it?

From the Edwards family.

Take it back.

Go on now.

Aren't you forgetting something?

Spitting image, I'd say.


I wasn't talking about you.

Try to blend in to your new

neighborhood, young lady.

There are no cowgirls in Minnesota.

Not yet.

I'll be in touch.

Any progress?

Not yet.

But if my calculations are correct,

we're right on top of where it used to be.


Something wrong?

Well, it's just that

no one's ever tried to

dig this up before.


You know,

there was a time stations

actually played music.

Through the rain

Through the storm

Through defeat or battering scorn


You better get some

sleep, sweetheart, okay?


I know there's been

a lot of rumors about

what this find actually means.

But can you give us the

historical significance

of what was found?

Well, first of all, it's

important to differentiate

between folklore and fact.

A lot of people misconstrue

this as some sort of

ghost story that's returned to haunt them.

But as a matter of history,

it's quite remarkable that

Walter Smith's personal life...


This it?

Uh huh.

Small population.

They're probably all eating breakfast.


What do you think?

Well, it has character, I'll give it that.

That's one way to put it.

Listen, my hours are gonna

be pretty full at the hospital

so that means you're gonna

have to take care of yourself

most of the time.

Oh, I can handle it.

What I'm saying is, don't

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Nick Bain

Nick Bain is a Democratic member of the Mississippi House of Representatives, representing the 2nd district. In 2013, Bain introduced a bill to ensure that all Mississippi children would be screened for speech impediments. more…

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