From The Spaghetti Western Database
Pampa salvaje (Spain, Argentina, USA 1966 / Director: Hugo Fregonese)
Also known as
Savage Pampas (U.S.A.) | La pampa sauvage (France) | Die Verfluchten der Pampas (Germany) | El cjorro (Italy) | Agria pampa (Greece)
Cast and crew
- Cast: Robert Taylor (Captain Martín), Ron Randell (Padrón), Marc Lawrence (Sargent Barril), Ty Hardin (Miguel Carreras), Rosenda Monteros (Rucu), Ángel del Pozo (as Del Pozo)(Lt. Del Río), Felicia Roc (Camila Ometio), Mario Lozano (Santiago), Charles Fawcett (Private El Gato), Enrique Ávila (as Henry Avila)(Petizo), Laura Granados (Carmen), Milo Quesada (Alfonso), Hector Quiroga (Private Pepe), Juan Carlos Galvin (Isidro), José Jaspe (Private Luis), Julio Peña (Private Chicha), Jose Maria Cafarell (Vigo), Lucia Prado (Chiquito), Barta Barry (priest), Pastora Ruiz (Magnolia), Laya Raki (Mimí), Ingrid Ohlenschläger (old woman), José Nieto (General Chávez), Sancho Gracia (Carlos), George Rigaud (old man), Isabel Pisano (Lucy), Willie Ellie (Chief Winkon), Dieter Eppler
- Story: "Pampa Barbara" by Ulises Petit de Murat, Homero Manzi
- Screenplay: Hugo Fregonese, John Melson
- Cinematography: Manuel Berenguer [Eastmancolor]
- Music: Waldo de los Rios
- Producer: Jaime Prades, Samuel Bronston (uncredited)
This was one of famed super producer Samuel Bronston's last productions. He had been responsible for a slew of big budget historical epics filmed in Spain (55 Days at Peking, El Cid, Fall of the Roman Empire). This might explain the Spanish production involvement. The movie was extravagantly filmed in 70mm format.
The movie is 112min, a shorter German theatrical version clocks at 94minutes. That shorter version was restored from a surviving 70mm print in 2016 and released on BluRay.