Dynamite Jack

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Dynamite Jack (France 1961 / Director: Jean Bastia)

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  • Runtime: 103 min
  • Release Date: 3.11.1961

Also known as

Dynamite Jack, la terreur de l'Arizona (France) | Le demon de l'Arizona (France) | Dinamite Jack (Italy) | Il terrore del Texas (Italy) | Dynamiitti Jack (Finland) | Jack, o dynamitis (Greece) | Dynamit-Jack (Germany) | Dynamite Jack (U.S.A.)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Fernandel (Dynamite Jack, Antoine Espérandieu), Eleonora Vargas (Dolores), Lucien Raimbourg (Sheriff Scotty), Jess Hahn (Sergeant Bob), Adrienne Corri (Daisy/Pegeen O'Brien), Georges Lycan (Louis 'One-Eye'), Claude d'Yd (McGregor), Todd Martin (Henri, outlaw), Josette Jordan (Nina), Viviane Méry (Jeanne, widow), Margaret Russel, Marcelle Féry (Loulou, widow), Perry Smith, Joe Warfield [as Jo Warfield](Michel Pickett), Colin Drake (Larry Schultz), Carl J. Studer (Fred, bartender), Fortunato Arena, Donald O'Brien (Jeff, O'Brien cowboy), Arthur Endreze, Alfonso Mathis (Jean), Maurice Derumaux, Billy Callaway, Jean Galtat, José Yamuza Dugo, El Coyotte, Maurice Magalon
  • Also with: Jacques Ary (John), Nadine Bellaigue (Albanne), Arlette Redon (Marie), Daniel Ivernel
  • Story: Jacques Ary, Jean Bastia
  • Screenplay: Jacques Ary, Jean Bastia, Jean Manse
  • Dialogue: Jacques Emmanuel, Jean Manse
  • Cinematography: Roger Hubert [black & white, Eastmancolor - widescreen 1,66:1]
  • Music: Pascal Bastia + Jean-Pierre Landreau
  • Producer: Jacques Bertrand (as Jacques-Paul Bertrand)

Synopsis

A Frenchman travels to the West hoping to meet a friend and become rich. On arrival he discovers his friend has been killed by an outlaw, who he will discover is his look-a like.

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