100 Rifles

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100 Rifles (USA 1968 / Tom Gries)

  • This is a US western shot in Spain
  • Runtime: 109 min
  • Release Date: 26.3.1969

Also known as

Ölümden korkmayanlar (Turkey) | 100 Gewehre (Germany) | Les 100 fusils (France) | Les Cent fusils (France) | 100 karabinów (Poland) | 100 rifler (Denmark) | Ta 100 kivääriä (Greece) | El Verdugo (Italy) | One Hundred Rifles (USA, alternative spelling) | 100 kivääriä (Finland) | Sadan kiväärin voimin (Finland) | 100 pušek (Czechoslovakia) | Viva Sarita! (Sweden) | 100 armas ao sol (Portugal) | Los cien rifles (Spain)


  • Cast: Jim Brown (Lyedecker), Raquel Welch (Sarita), Burt Reynolds (Yaqui Joe Herrera), Fernando Lamas (General Verdugo), Dan O'Herlihy (Steven Grimes), Eric Braeden (as Hans Gudegast)(Lt. Franz Von Klemme), Michael Forest (Humara), Aldo Sambrell (Sergeant Paletes), Soledad Miranda (girl in hotel), Alberto Dalbes (Padre Francisco), Charly Bravo (as Carlos Bravo)(Lopez), José Manuel Martín (Sarita's father), Sancho Gracia (Indian village leader), Akim Tamiroff (General Romero (scenes deleted)), Lorenzo Lamas (Indian boy)(uncredited)
  • Story: “The Californio” by Robert MacLeod
  • Screenplay: Clair Huffaker, Tom Gries
  • Cinematography: Cecilio Paniagua [DeLuxe Color - widescreen 1.85:1]
  • Music: Jerry Goldsmith
  • Producer: Marvin Schwartz


In 1912 Lydecker, a U.S. sheriff, crosses into Mexico in pursuit of Yaqui Joe, an outlaw, and becomes involved in a revolution.

Filming locations

  • Villamanta, Comunidad de Madrid (Spain)

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