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Return of the Magnificent Seven (1966)

Return of the Seven (original title)
Unrated | | Action, Western | 19 October 1966 (USA)
Two survivors of the initial Magnificent Seven outfit, Chris and Vin, recruit four new members in order to re-form the outfit and defend a few Mexican villages from attacks by vicious bandits.




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Cast overview, first billed only:
Chico (as Julian Mateos)
Petra (as Elisa Montes)
Lorca (as Emilio Fernandez)
Luis Delgado (as Virgilio Texeira)
Lopez (as Rudy Acosta)
Jordan Christopher ...
Gracita Sacromonte ...
Flamenco Dancer
First Peon
Felisa Jiminez ...
Female Prisoner (as Felisa Jimenez)


Chico, one of the remaining members of The Magnificent Seven, has set down roots in the village that they had defended in the first film. One day, the village is raided by fifty gunmen under the employ of rancher Lorca. Lorca's bandits abduct all of the village's men to be used as slave labor, leaving the women and children behind. Chris, the former leader of the Seven, is sought out by Chico's wife Petra for help, and thus assembles a new Seven to come to the village's rescue once again. Written by <rcs0411@yahoo.com>, <napsterneorenegade@hotmail.com>

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Between the law and the lawless - SEVEN again... MAGNIFICENT again!


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19 October 1966 (USA)  »

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Return of the Magnificent Seven  »

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(Westrex Recording System)


Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Emilio Fernández (Lorca) served as an assistant director on The Magnificent Seven (1960). See more »


When they are leaving the courtyard on horseback after teaming up, you can see the camera rock from the truck it was on suddenly accelerating to keep up with them. Shortly after that, as they pass through an archway and turn right to leave town, you can see the shadow of the camera truck on the wall of a building as it stays with them as they're riding out of town. See more »


Chris: He's fast!
Frank: As fast as you are?
Chris: I'd hate to have to live on the difference.
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One-Seventh Of The 'Magnificent Seven'
13 May 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I don't mind sequels; sometimes they're better than the original. However, many times the originals are best left alone....especially when you can't duplicate the cast. One of the big reasons "The Magnificent Seven" was such a hit was the very popular cast.

This is hardly the "magnificent seven," when only Yul Brynner returns as one of the members of that famous group in "The Magnificent Seven." With six of the seven guys absent and replaced by much lesser-known actors, this loses its appeal in a hurry. In other words, except for Brynner, these guys have no charisma! This is a like a championship sports team fielding all substitutes except one.

Brynner is good, once again: fun to watch, fun to hear with that distinctive deep voice of his, but the story, not just the rest of the crew, is lame. This movie should never have been made. In the original, we cared about the "seven;" in here, we couldn't care less.

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