Director: Andrew V. McLaglen Cast: James Stewart, Dean Martin, Raquel Welch

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James Stewart and Dean Martin are atypically cast as outlaws in Bandolero! The film begins as Dee Bishop (Martin) and his gang are about to be hanged. The Scripture-spouting executioner turns out to be Dee's brother Mace (Stewart), who helps the desperadoes escape. They are pursued by a sheriff (George Kennedy), whose lady friend (Raquel Welch) has the hots for Dee. The brothers try to go straight, but before they can make up their mind they find themselves surrounded by Mexican bandidos and are forced to team up with the sheriff to fight them off.

Product Details

Release Date: 02/21/2017
UPC: 0024543315728
Original Release: 1968
Rating: NR
Source: Fox Mod
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Time: 1:47:00
Sales rank: 22,451

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
James Stewart Mace Bishop
Dean Martin Dee Bishop
Raquel Welch Maria
George Kennedy Sheriff Johnson
Andrew Prine Roscoe
Will Geer Pop Chaney
Clint Ritchie Babe
Denver Pyle Carter
Rudy Diaz Angel
Sean McClory Robbie
Harry Carey Cort Hayjack
Don "Red" Barry Hawkins
Robert Adler Ross Harper
Roy Barcroft Bartender
Big John Hamilton Bank Clerk
Perry Lopez Frisco
Jock Mahoney Stoner
John Mitchum Bath house customer
Guy Raymond Ossie Grimes
Dub Taylor Attendant
Thomas Heaton Joe Chaney

Technical Credits
Andrew V. McLaglen Director
James Lee Barrett Screenwriter
Folmar Blangsted Editor
William H. Clothier Cinematographer
David Dockendorf Sound/Sound Designer
Jerry Goldsmith Score Composer
Robert L. Jacks Producer
Herman Lewis Sound/Sound Designer
Terry Morse Asst. Director
Jack Martin Smith Art Director
Alfred Sweeney Art Director

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Bandolero! 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Guest More than 1 year ago
Sure, James Stewart and Dean Martin have been in better westerns, THE MAN WHO SHOT LIBERTY VALANCE and RIO BRAVO, to name just two. But both of those classics had John Wayne, and both times they played good guys. The Duke isn't in this one and doesn't have to be. And it had to be fun to play the bad guy once in a while. Still, these two are the bad guys? This is a slick anti-hero western that puts the formula western close to its heart and pays a nice tribute. Seeing Racquel Welch tan in the hot Mexico sun isn't half bad either. Good work across the board.