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Film-maker Alex Cox introduces a series of classic cult films. Tonight:
One-Eyed Jacks starring Marlon Brando with Karl Maiden
Sonora, 1880: after a daring bank robbery, Rio and'Dad'
Longworth are trapped by the Mexican police.
Escaping on their only horse, Longworth promises to return with fresh mounts, but takes the gold and lets his partner down. Rio endures five years in jail thinking only of revenge ...
Screenplay by GUY TROSPER. CALDER WILLINGHAM Based on the novel
The Authentic Death ofHendry Jones by CHARLES NEIDER
FILMS: page 19


Introduces: Alex Cox
Unknown: Marlon Brando
Unknown: Karl Maiden
Unknown: Guy Trosper. Calder Willingham
Produced By: Frank P. Rosenberg
Directed By: Marlon Brando
Rio: Marlon Brando
: Dad Karlmalden
: Louisa Pinapellicer
Maria: Katy Jurado
Bob Amory: Ben Johnson
Lon: Slim Pickens
Modesto: Larry Duran
Harvey: Sam Gilman
Howard: Timothy Carey
Redhead: Miriam Colon
Bank teller: Elisha Cook
Rurales's leader: Rudolph Acosta

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