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The Late Film: El Condor


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starring i Lee Van Cleef
I Jim Brown
— Patrick O'Neal
Luke, a chain-gang mm prisoner in the post
■SJ Civil War West, is told of a fortune in gold hidden by a Mexican general in a remote mountain fortress. After a daring escape he meets Jaroo, a small-time conman and his friend,
Santana, an Apache leader. With them, and an Apache 'army', he sets out into the Mexican desert in search of the elusive treasure. But even when it seems their arduous journey is over, more surprises and danger await at the legendary fortress of El Condor....
Produced by ANDRE DE TOTH Directed by JOHN GUILLERMIN 0 FILMS: page 13


Unknown: Lee van Cleef
Unknown: Jim Brown
Unknown: Patrick O'Neal
Unknown: Larry Cohen
Unknown: Steven Carabatsos
Produced By: Andre de Toth
Directed By: John Guillermin
Luke: Jim Brown
Jaroo: Lee van Cleef
Chavez: Patrick O'Neal
Claudine: Mariana Hill
Santana: Iron Eyes Cody
Dolores: Imogen Hassall
Old convict: Elisha Cook Jr
Col Aquinaldo: Gustavo Rojo
Aguila: Florencio Amarilla
Gen Hernandez: Julio Pena
Lieutenant: Angel Del Pozo
Prison guard captain: John Clark
Indian: Raul Mendoza Castro
Officer: Rafael Albaicin
Prison camp guard: George Ross
Chief Mexican bandit: Ricardo Palacios
Mexican bandits: Charles Stalnaker
Mexican bandits: Carlos Bravo
Mexican bandits: Dan van Husen
Convicts: Peter Lenahan
Convicts: Art Larkin
Convicts: Per Barclay

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The Late Film: El Condor

BBC One London, 7 February 1986 22.55

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