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The 2010 Western comedy follow-up to Big Money Hustlas, Big Money Rustlas was written by, produced by, and starred the Insane Clown Posse. Unlike Big Money Hustlas, which was an extremely low-budget direct-to-video feature, this had a somewhat modest budget and limited theatrical screenings, primarily aimed at Juggalo audiences.

Set in the Old West, Big Money Rustlas follows the ancestors of the main characters of Psychopathic Records' previous feature film. The town of Mudbug is ruled by the corrupt Big Baby Chips (Violent J). The heroic Sugar Wolf (Shaggy 2 Dope) returns to his former hometown to take over the role of town sheriff and bring Big Baby Chips to justice. Also appearing in the film are Psychopathic artists Twiztid, Anybody Killa, Blaze Ya Dead Homie, Boondox and DJ Clay. Jason Mewes and Mark Jury appear in supporting roles, and cameos include Vanilla Ice, Tom Sizemore, porn stars Ron Jeremy and Bridget Powerz, Brigitte Nielsen, Todd Bridges, Terry "Sabu" Brunk, members of the Kottonmouth Kings and Wolfpac, and Jimmie Walker.

The film's major influences were Mel Brooks' Blazing Saddles and classic Warner Bros. cartoons.

This movie uses the following tropes:

 "I'm The Foot, Bitch!!"

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