Saturday, September 13, 2014

VILLA RIDES!

Villa Rides! – U.S.A. title
Rio Morte – Spanish title
Villa monta caballo – Spanish title
Villa cabalga – Spanish title
Villa, o Caudilho – Brazilian title
Pancho Villa rider ud – Danish title
Pancho Villa ratsastaa jälleen – Finnish title
Pancho Villa – French title
Pancho Villa reitet – German title
Rio Morte – German title
Pancho Villa – Greek title
Arnold, a bajkeverő – Hungarian title
Viva! Viva Villa! – Italian title
Jedzie Villa - Polish title
A Honra de Um Herói – Portuguese title
Pancho Villa – Swedish title
Zafere Susayanlar – Turkish title
Panco Vila jase – Yugoslavian title
Villa Rides! – U.S.A. title
 
A 1967 U.S.A., Spanish co-production [Paramount Pictures (Hollywood)]
Producer: Ted Richmond
Director: Buzz Kulik (Seymour Kulik)
Story: “Pancho Villa” by William Douglas Lansford
Screenplay: Robert Towne (Robert Schwartz), Sam Peckinpah (David Peckinpah)
Cinematography: Jack Hildyard [Eastmancolor, Panavision]
Music: Maurice Jarre
Running time: 125 minutes
 
Cast:
Pancho Villa – Yul Brynner (Yuliy Briner)
Lee Arnold – Robert Mitchum
Rodolfo Fierro – Charles Bronson (Charles Buchinsky)
Fina – Maria Grazia Buccella
Urbina – Robert Viharo
Captain Francisco Ramirez – Frank Wolff (Frank Herman)
General Victoriano Huerta – Herbert Lom (Herbert Schluderpacheru)
President Francisco Madero – Alexander Knox
Emilita – Diana Lorys (Anna Vega)
Don Luis Gonzalez – Robert Carricart
Lupita Gonzalez – Regina de Julián
Juan Gonzalez – Antoñito Ruiz (Antonio Sambrano)
Fuentes – Fernando Rey (Fernando Vega)
Captain Herrera – Andrés Monreal
Dave – John Ireland
Woman in restaurant – Jill Ireland
Soldier - Aldo Sambrell (Alfredo Brell)
General - Julio Peña (Julio Munoz)
Major - José María Prada (Joe Oterino)
Telegraph operator - Xan das Bolas
Fiero’s assistant - José Riesgo
Guerilla rapist - José Canalejas
Villa guerilla - Enrique Santiago
Villa guerilla girl - Seyyal Taner
With: Fernando Hilbeck (Fernando Gravalda)
Stunts: José Luis Chinchilla, Miguel Pedregosa, Chuck Hayward
 

Pilot Lee Arnold is pulled into the Mexican Revolution by his own greed. The Texas gunrunner is forced to land in Mexico when his plane develops engine problems. Joining Pancho Villa and his band of guerilla fighters and bandits, in order to save his life, while being tormented by Fierro, Villa's right-hand-man; Villa must face possible betrayal by his own president's naiveté. As time transpires Arnold develops a sense of camaraderie with Villa and his cause.

 
You Tube trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l7MI-_i8rQE

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