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The Monday Film: Valdez is Coming


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starring Burt Lancaster with Susan Clark , Jon Cypher
Richard Jordan , Barton Heyman
Ranch owner Frank Tanner is determined to stop gossip that he killed trader James Erin to get Erin's wife. The man he accuses is shot by part-time constable ' Bob ' Valdez - who then discovers he has killed an innocent man.
Director EDWIN SNERRIN. Films: page 10


Unknown: Burt Lancaster
Unknown: Susan Clark
Unknown: Jon Cypher
Unknown: Richard Jordan
Unknown: Barton Heyman
Unknown: Frank Tanner
Unknown: James Erin
Director: Edwin Snerrin.
Bob Valdez: Burt Lancaster
Gay Erin: Susan Clark
Frank Tanner: Jon Cypher
R L Davis: Richard Jordan
El Segundo: Barton Heyman
Diego: Frank Sylvera
Mexican rider: Hector Elizondo
Malson: Phil Brown
Beaudry: Ralph Brown

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The Monday Film: Valdez is Coming

BBC One London, 30 August 1976 21.15

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