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John Wayne in Rio Lobo


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also starring Jennifer O'Neill Jack Elam , Chris Mitchum
Following a daring bullion robbery by Confederate soldiers Cord McNally vows revenge. Most importantly, he determines to find the two traitorous Northerners who were responsible for the death of his best friend and fellow cavalry officer. The search takes him to the town of Rio Lobo and a final confrontation. John Wayne stars in this rousing Western, the third and last in the sequence by Howard Hawks, begun with Rio Bravo and El Dorado.
Screenplay BURTON WOHL , LEIGH BRACKETT Produced and directed by HOWARD HAWKS (First showing on British television) Films: page 19


Unknown: Jennifer O'Neill
Unknown: Jack Elam
Unknown: Chris Mitchum
Unknown: Cord McNally
Unknown: John Wayne
Unknown: El Dorado.
Unknown: Burton Wohl
Unknown: Leigh Brackett
Directed By: Howard Hawks
Colonel Cord McNally: John Wayne
Shasta: Jennifer O'Neill
Phillips: Jack Elam
Sgt Toscarora: Chris Mitchum
Ketcham: Victor French
Deputy Riley: Jim Davis
Capt Pierre Cordona: Jorge Rivero
Maria Carmen: Susana Dosamantes
Dr Jones: David Huddleston
Sheriff Hendricks: Mike Henry
Sheriff Pat Cronin: Bill Williams
Amelita: Sherry Lansing
Bide: Dean Smith

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John Wayne in Rio Lobo

BBC One London, 5 May 1980 19.10

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