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Valdez Is Coming (9-Apr-1971)

Director: Edwin Sherin

Writers: Roland Kibbee; David Rayfiel

From novel: Valdez Is Coming by Elmore Leonard

Music Composed and Conducted by: Charles Gross

Producer: Ira Steiner

Keywords: Western

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Phil Brown
Actor
30-Apr-1916 9-Feb-2006 Uncle Owen in Star Wars
Susan Clark
Actor
8-Mar-1940   Katherine Papadapolis on Webster
Hector Elizondo
Actor
22-Dec-1936   Dr. Neven Bell on Monk
Richard Jordan
Actor
19-Jul-1938 30-Aug-1993 Logan's Run
Burt Lancaster
Actor
2-Nov-1913 20-Oct-1994 Elmer Gantry
Frank Silvera
Actor
24-Jul-1914 11-Jun-1970 Killer's Kiss

CAST

Burt Lancaster   ...   Valdez
Also Starring
Susan Clark   ...   Gay Erin
section--Co-Starring   ...  
Frank Silvera   ...   Diego
Introducing
Jon Cypher   ...   Frank Tanner
Richard Jordan   ...   R. L. Davis
Barton Heyman   ...   El Segundo
And Featuring
Hector Elizondo   ...   Mexican Rider
Phil Brown   ...   Malson
Ralph Brown   ...   Beaudry
Werner Hasslemann   ...   Sheriff
Lex Monson   ...   Rincon
Sylvia Paggioli   ...   Segundo's Girl
Jose Garcia Garcia   ...   Carlos
Maria Montez   ...   Anita
Juanita Penaloza   ...   Indian Woman
Marta Tuch   ...   Rosa
Juan Fernandez   ...   Mexican Buyer
Rudy Ugland   ...   First Tracker
Tony Eppers   ...   Bodyguard
Vic Albert   ...   Townsman
Per Barclay   ...   Townsman
Allen Russell   ...   Townsman
James Lemp   ...   Point Rider
Raoul Castro   ...   Young Mexican

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