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Yahşi Batı

Theatrical poster
Directed by Ömer Faruk Sorak
Produced by Murat Akdilek
Cem Yılmaz
Written by Cem Yılmaz
Starring Cem Yılmaz
Ozan Güven
Demet Evgar
Özkan Uğur
Zafer Algöz
Cinematography Mirsat Herovic
Distributed by UIP
Release date(s) January 1, 2010 (2010-01-01)
Running time 119 mins
Country Turkey
Language Turkish
Gross revenue $13,731,722

Yahşi Batı is a 2010 Turkish comedy film written by star Cem Yılmaz and directed by Ömer Faruk Sorak.

Cem Yılmaz stars in it with Demet Evgar, Ozan Güven, Özkan Uğur and Zafer Algöz.

The film's title Yahşi Batı ("Wonderful West") is a play on the term Vahşi Batı ("Wild West").

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Plot

Two special agents Aziz and Lemi are tasked by the Sultan of the Ottoman Empire with delivering a diamond as a gift to the American President. As they ride on a stagecoach across the American wild west, they are robbed of the diamond by some bandits, leaving them stranded without any money. A tough cowgirl, Suzan Van Dyke (aka Calamity Janevari) joins them on their quest.

Cast

  • Cem Yılmaz as Aziz Vefa
  • Ozan Güven as Lemi Galip
  • Demet Evgar as Suzan Van Dyke
  • Özkan Uğur as Kızılkayalar
  • Zafer Algöz as Sheriff Lloyd
  • Kaan Öztop as Chuck
  • Yılmaz Köksal as Sheriff Çeko
  • Ferdi Sancar as Johnnie
  • Dilek Çelebi as Betty
  • İştar Gökseven as Garry
  • Mehmet Polat as Johnny Lesh
  • Süleyman Turan as Sheriff Muphy
  • Tuncay Özinel as Josh
  • Uğur Polat as Buck Berry
  • Mazlum Çimen as Wanted Sheriff

Release

The film opened in 693 screens across Turkey on January 1, 2010 (2010-01-01) at number one in the Turkish box office chart with an opening weekend gross of $13,706,319.[1]

The film later opened in 1 screen in the UK with a first weekend gross of £557.[2]

Reception

Box Office

The film was number one at the Turkish box office for two weeks running and has made a total gross of $13,731,722.[1]

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