Home on the Range (film) A greedy outlaw named Alameda Slim schemes to take possession of the Patch of Heaven dairy farm from its kindly owner, Pearl. Unwilling to stand by and see their idyllic way of life threatened, three determined cows—Mrs. Caloway, Maggie, and Grace, a karate-kicking stallion named Buck, and a colorful corral of critters join forces to save the farm. This unlikely assortment of animals braves bad guys and the rugged western landscape as they match wits with a mysterious bounty hunter named Rico in a high-stakes race to capture Slim and collect the reward money. Directed by Will Finn and John Sanford. Released on April 2, 2004. Voices include Roseanne Barr (Maggie), Judi Dench (Mrs. Caloway), Jennifer Tilly (Grace), Cuba Gooding, Jr. (Buck), Randy Quaid (Slim), Charles Dennis (Rico), Steve Buscemi (Wesley), Carole Cook (Pearl), Ann Richards (Annie). 76 min. An early version title was Sweating Bullets. Ann Richards was formerly the Governor of Texas. Songs by Alan Menken and Glenn Slater. Released on video in 2004.