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Hombre (21-Mar-1967)

Director: Martin Ritt

Writers: Irving Ravetch; Harriet Frank, Jr.

From novel: Hombre by Elmore Leonard

Music Composed and Conducted by: David Rose

Producers: Martin Ritt; Irving Ravetch

Keywords: Western

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Val Avery
Actor
14-Jul-1924 12-Dec-2009 The Anderson Tapes
Martin Balsam
Actor
4-Nov-1919 13-Feb-1996 A Thousand Clowns
Richard Boone
Actor
18-Jun-1917 10-Jan-1981 Have Gun, Will Travel
David Canary
Actor
25-Aug-1938   Stuart Chandler on All My Children
Diane Cilento
Actor
5-Oct-1933 6-Oct-2011 The Agony and the Ecstasy
Fredric March
Actor
31-Aug-1897 14-Apr-1975 The Best Years of Our Lives
Cameron Mitchell
Actor
4-Nov-1918 6-Jul-1994 The High Chaparral
Paul Newman
Actor
26-Jan-1925 26-Sep-2008 Salad dressing magnate
Barbara Rush
Actor
4-Jan-1927   The Young Philadelphians
Frank Silvera
Actor
24-Jul-1914 11-Jun-1970 Killer's Kiss

CAST

Paul Newman   ...   John Russell
Fredric March   ...   Favor
Richard Boone   ...   Grimes
Diane Cilento   ...   Jessie
Cameron Mitchell   ...   Braden
Barbara Rush   ...   Audra Favor
Peter Lazer   ...   Billy Lee
Margaret Blye   ...   Doris
Martin Balsam   ...   Mendez
Skip Ward   ...   Steve Early
Frank Silvera   ...   Mexican bandit
David Canary   ...   Lamar Dean
Val Avery   ...   Delgado
Larry Ward   ...   Soldier

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