Los camioneros – Spanish title
The Truckers – English translated title
A 1973-1974 Spanish television production [Television Espanola (Madrid)]
Producer: Jesus G. Gargoles (Jesus Garcia Gargoles)
Director: Mario Camus
Story: Pedro Gil Paradela
Teleplay: Pedro Gil Paradela
Photography: Hans Burman (Hans Burmann)
Music: Anton Garcia Abril
Running time: 35 minutes
Story: Paco (Sancho Gracia) is a trucker who travels the roads of Spain finding all kinds of environments, characters and stories, which make him live unexpected adventures.
Paco – Sancho Gracia
Johnny – Sancho Gracia
Cora Parker - Gela Geisler
Director – Ricardo Palacios
Barber – Juan Majan
Juan Lizarraga, Antonio Orengo, Romero Godoy, Manolo Velasco, Ricardo Rodriguez, Antonia Nieto, Anton Santiago, Antonio Sempere, Sebastian Bermudez, Jose Bermudez, Valentin Bellisco
Season 1, episode #8 “Con los indios en el desierto”
Paco (Sancho Gracia) carries a load of horses in his truck for a film shooting at Fort Bravo Studios, and they confuse him with the star of the film, which is also played by Sancho Gracia but with mustache.
Some of the music used is from “Texas, Adios” composed by the composer Anton Garcia Abril who was also the composer of the TV series.
The director of the western is none other than Ricardo Palacios playing Italian filmmaker who does with his hands what Sergio Leóne did, close them and open them.