Bandolero!

Bandolero!

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Director: Andrew V. McLaglen

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

     
 

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As part of the Raquel Welch Collection, the 1968 Western Bandolero! comes to DVD for the first time from Fox Home Entertainment. The Dolby Digital Stereo soundtrack is available in English, Spanish, and French. English and Spanish subtitles are accessible. Special features include the theatrical trailer, the Spanish-language trailer, and 15 minutes of other…  See more details below

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As part of the Raquel Welch Collection, the 1968 Western Bandolero! comes to DVD for the first time from Fox Home Entertainment. The Dolby Digital Stereo soundtrack is available in English, Spanish, and French. English and Spanish subtitles are accessible. Special features include the theatrical trailer, the Spanish-language trailer, and 15 minutes of other trailers featuring Raquel Welch.

Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide - Hans J. Wollstein
"I was a whore at 13 and my family of 12 never went hungry," Raquel Welch's newly widowed Maria Stoner tells George Kennedy's lovesick sheriff early on in this average American-made spaghetti Western. It is hard to know today whether such lines were actually meant to be delivered tongue in cheek or whether screenwriter James Lee Barrett merely attempted to shock. Certain sequences in Bandolero! -- chiefly involving James Stewart impersonating a devoted hangman -- are definitely written and performed for comedy and the graphic violence in the climactic battle is choreographed much like the era's Italian Westerns, a genre never meant to be taken at all serious. And neither, it seems, should Bandolero!

Product Details

Release Date:
03/09/2004
UPC:
0024543113157
Original Release:
1968
Rating:
PG
Source:
20th Century Fox
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby Digital Mono, Dolby Digital Stereo]
Time:
1:46:00
Sales rank:
11,441

Special Features

Closed Caption; Trailer; Spanish Trailer; "Raquel Welch Theater" (15 Minutes)

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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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Violence in Val Verde
2. Main Titles
3. San Antonio
4. The Hangman
5. The New Hangman
6. A Rich Woman
7. The Widow & the Hangman
8. Maria's Friend
9. Hanging Day
10. Escape
11. The Hangman's Withdrawal
12. Ambush
13. Brothers
14. Bandit Country
15. A Lady Among Outlaws
16. Bandoleros
17. To Tell the Truth
18. A Perfect Pair
19. Ghost Town
20. Sons of a Farmer
21. Just a Feeling
22. It's Over
23. July's Proposal
24. Where's the Money?
25. Bandolero Battle
26. Maria's Hero
27. It Almost Worked
28. End Titles

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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.