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Captain Apache

From The Spaghetti Western Database

Captain Apache (UK, Spain 1971 / Director: Alexander Singer)

  • Runtime: 94 min
  • Release Date:

Also known as

Capitán Apache (Spain) | Deathwork (U.S.A.) | The Guns of April Morning (U.K.) | Capitan Apache (Italy) | Kapteeni Apassi (Finland) | Pääpiru (Finland) | O Keravnos ton Apache (Greece) | Hunt the Man Down

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Lee Van Cleef (Captain Cullah "Apache" Burnett), Caroll Baker (Maude), Stuart Whitman (Griffin), Percy Herbert (Moon), Elisa Montés (Rosita), Tony Vogel (Snake), Charles Stalmaker (Sergeant O'Rourke), Charly Bravo (Sanchez), Faith Clift (Abigail, farmer's widow), Dee Pollock (Al, Griffin gunman), Dan van Husen (Ben, Griffin gunman), Hugh McDermott (General Ryland), George Margo, José Bódalo (Mexican General), Elza Zabala (witch), Allen Russell (maitre d'hotel), Ricardo Palacios (Sergeant Carlos), Milo Quesada (O'Jay deputy), Fernando Sanchez Polack (blind guitarist), Luis Induni (Commissioner Harry T. Collier), Rupert Crabb (President Grant), Vito Salier (Diablo), Jess Hahn (Father Rodriguez), Carl Rapp, Bud Strait, X Brands, Bruce M. Fischer (O'Jay deputy), Eric Chapman, J. Radlowsky, Dean Selmier, Per Barclay (new commissioner), Lucy Tiller, John Clark, Randy Gibson, Francisco Marso (army telegraper), Antonio Padilla (cantina owner), Cass Martin, Cris Huertas, Joaquin Parra (Griffin henchman), Agustin Bescos (cantina victim), J.W. Jensen (soldier)
  • Story: "Captain Apache" by S.E. Whitman
  • Screenplay: Milton Sperling, Philip Yordan
  • Cinematography: John Cabrera [Technicolor - CinemaScope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Dolores Claman
  • Songs: "April Morning", "Captain Apache" sung by Lee Van Cleef
  • Producer: Milton Sperling, Philip Yordan
  • Art direction: Julio Molina

Plot

Captain apache wears a funky coat, trips on psychedelics, beats up twin gay gunslingers and constantly gets called red ass, all while trying to find out what the words "april morning" mean. Van Cleef sings the opening song.--JONAH HEX 00:49, 3 November 2007 (CET)

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