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A Town Called Hell (1971)

Original Title: A Town Called Bastard

Director: Robert Parrish

Writer: Richard Aubrey

Music by: Waldo de los Rios

Producer: S. Benjamin Fisz

Keywords: Action/Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Michael Craig
27-Jan-1928   Capt. John Anderson on Triangle
Martin Landau
20-Jun-1931   Mission: Impossible, Space 1999
Fernando Rey
20-Sep-1917 9-Mar-1994 The French Connection
Telly Savalas
22-Jan-1922 22-Jan-1994 Kojak
Robert Shaw
9-Aug-1927 28-Aug-1978 Quint in Jaws
Stella Stevens
1-Oct-1936   The Ballad of Cable Hogue
Dudley Sutton
6-Apr-1933   Tinker Dill on Lovejoy


Robert Shaw   ...   Priest
Stella Stevens   ...   Alvira
Martin Landau   ...   Colonel
Fernando Rey   ...   Old Blind Man
Telly Savalas   ...   Don Carlos
Also Starring
Dudley Sutton   ...   Spectre
Al Lettieri   ...   La Bomba
Paloma Cela   ...   Paloma
Aldo Sambrell   ...   Calebra
John Clark   ...   Quiet American
Maribel Hidalgo   ...   La Perla
Luis Rivera   ...   Paco
Cass Martin   ...   Jose
Howard Hagan   ...   1st American
Antonio Mayans   ...   Manuel
Vicente Soler   ...   Priest No. 1
Francisco Marso   ...   Julio
Tito Garcia   ...   Malhombre
Elizabeth Sands   ...   Carmine
Nilda Alvarez   ...   Old Mother
Sansona Siglo XX   ...   Tortilla Woman
Jose Espinosa   ...   Chamaco
George Rigaud   ...   Gato Asilla
James O'Rourke   ...   Sergeant
Tony Cyrus   ...   Sanchez
Adolfo Thous   ...   Mendoza
Michael Craig   ...   Paco


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