El tunco Maclovio

From The Spaghetti Western Database

El tunco Maclovio (Mexico, 1970) Director: Alberto Mariscal

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Contents:
  • Runtime: 100 min.
  • Release Date: 21.11.1970

Also known as

Viveva per uccidere, uccideva per vivere... (Italy) | Deuda de muerte (Spain)

Cast and Crew

  • Cast: Julio Alemán (El Tunco Maclovio Castro), Mario Almada (Juan Mariscal), Barbara Angely (Sara Montaño), Eric del Castillo (Yuma), Juan Miranda (Julián), José Ángel Espinosa 'Ferrusquilla', Julián Bravo (Marcelo Pavón (as Juliáncito Bravo), Carlos Agostí, Eduardo Alcaraz, Nora Cantú (Restaurant owner), Federico Falcón, 'Chico' Hernandez (Boy on Town), Juan José Laboriel, Roberto Meyer
  • Written by: José Delfos
  • Cinematography: Rosalío Solano
  • Music: Ernesto Cortázar

Synopsis

Tunco Maclovio is a man haunted by the shadow of his friend Juan Mariscal, who died at the age of 15 from a shot fired by Tunco's gun. Full of sorrow and regret, he becomes a solitary man, a hired gunman and murderer, until he meets Miss Sarah, his new friend Marcelo and his pain begins to heal. But the past will not let him live in peace, and there is one who seeks revenge.

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