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The Action Film: Guns for San Sebastian

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starring
Anthony Quinn , Charles Bronson In this exciting adventure set in Mexico in 1746, Anthony Quinn stars as a bandit who is mistaken for a priest by peasants in the remote village of San Sebastian. The villagers have taken to the hills for fear of raids by marauding Yaqui Indians and government soldiers but Alastray sets about persuading them to stand up and fight. Charles Bronson co-stars as Teclo, the villagers' chief enemy....
Screenplay by JAMES R. WEBB based on the novel A Wall for San Sebastian by WILLIAM BARBY FAHERTY
Produced by JACQUES BAR
Directed by HENRI VERNEUIL . Films: page 14

Contributors

Unknown: Anthony Quinn
Unknown: Charles Bronson
Unknown: Anthony Quinn
Unknown: Charles Bronson
Unknown: James R. Webb
Unknown: William Barby Faherty
Produced By: Jacques Bar
Directed By: Henri Verneuil
Leon Alastray: Anthony Quinn
Kinita: Anjanette Comer
Teclo: Charles Bronson
Fr Joseph: Sam Jaffe
Felicia: Sylvia Pinal
Golden Lance: Jamie Fernandez
Cayetano: Jorge Martinez de Hoyos
Agueda: Rosa Furman
Pedro: Jorge Russek
Vicar General: Léon Askin
Antonito: Jose Chavez
Col Calleja: Ivan Desny

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The Action Film: Guns for San Sebastian

BBC One London, 28 April 1984 19.10






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