The Old West shoot – Lancaster, California
Martin Short's rain barrel hiding place collapses when hit by a gunslinger's bullet.
Brian Williams, George Palmiero and Neil Summers ready for a fast draw – and these guys can do it.
George Palmiero shows Jerry Rees his deadly glare.
George Palmiero, a legendary bodybuilder, is really good at the deadly glare.
Bob Minor, ready for an ambush from above.
Bob Minor on the porch roof. Tom Morga scraping the sky.
Julie Delpy preparing to step through the busted window into 106 degree temperatures.
Craig Stearns did an artful job matching our fence to the one from "One Upon a Time in the West".
Julie Delpy and Jerry Rees chat.
Jerry Rees pretends to be Julie while she looks through the lens.
Julie does a much better impression of herself while Jerry looks through the lens.
A stand-in catches some serious Lancaster rays while a shot is lined up for Martin Short.
Jerry Rees and Brian Williams line up a shot - not a film shot, a gunshot.
Production Executive Ellen Raphael, Production Designer Craig Stearns, and Director of Production David Katzman.
Director Jerry Rees prepares for Martin's big dance scene.
Boy, can Martin Short dance!