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Charley One-Eye (UK, USA 1973 / Director: Don Chaffey)

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Also known as

Charley le borgne (France)

Credits

  • 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), 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

Synopsis

Two drifters meet and hole up in a desterted church and face trouble with angry locals and a deranged, racist bounty hunter.

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