From The Spaghetti Western Database
Charley One-Eye (UK, USA 1973 / Director: Don Chaffey)
Also known as
Charley le borgne (France) | Unter tödlicher Sonne (Germany) | Charley el tuerto (Spain) | Dödsjakten (Sweden) | Yksisilmä-Charley (Finland) | Charley Yksisilmäinen (Finland) | Charley Un Ochi (Romania) | Jednooki Carli (Bulgaria)
- Cast: Richard Roundtree (The Black Man), Roy Thinnes (The Indian), Nigel Davenport (The Bounty Hunter), Jill Pearson (officer's wife), Aldo Sambrell (Mexican driver), Luis Aller (Mexican youth), Rafael Albaicàn (Mexican leader)
- Also with: Alexander Davion (Tony), Madeleine Hinde (Penelope), David Lodge (colonel), William Mervyn (Honeydew), Patrick Mower (Richard), Johnny Sekka (Bob), Imogen Hassall (Chris), Edward Woodward (Holstrom)
- Screenplay: Keith Leonard
- Cinematography: Kenneth Talbot [Technicolor - widescreen]
- Music: John Cameron
- Song: "Don't Know That it Might Rain" sung by ?
- Producers: David Frost, James Swann
A black Union Army deserter and his crippled American Indian hostage form a strained partnership in the interests of surviving the advancing threats of a racist bounty hunter and neighboring bandits.