During the Mexican Revolution, Pancho Villa is wounded and left his large treasure in gold back in the city of Colón. He is forced to establish an alliance with General Urbina, leader, and ... See full summary »

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(as Jose Mª Elorrieta)

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(screenplay) (as Manuel Sebares Caso)

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Nuria Torray ...
María
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Don Diego Alvarado / Diego Owens
Mara Cruz ...
Vera Stevens
Gustavo Rojo ...
General Urbina
Juan Antonio Peral ...
Juárez
Fernando Curiel ...
Chaves
Reginald Gilliam ...
Salas (as Reginal Guilliams)
Guillermo Méndez ...
Camacho
José Luis Lluch ...
Mudo (as Jose L. Lluch)
Regina de Julián ...
Juana
Rosa Girón ...
Rosita
Mario Losier
Beatriz Savón ...
Cantina Girl
Pastor Serrador ...
Manuel Sierra
Antonio Jiménez Escribano ...
Colonel Hidalgo (as Antonio J. Escribano)
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During the Mexican Revolution, Pancho Villa is wounded and left his large treasure in gold back in the city of Colón. He is forced to establish an alliance with General Urbina, leader, and he asks seven of his faithful guerrillas to take back the gold that he has hidden in a farm, near the New Mexico border, and which will allow him to pay for a new army and guns. Meanwhile, the Carrancista troopers and the American army are searching for Pancho Villa's army in disarray, to finish them and their leader. The seven men, the General, and a lonesome hired American (Gringo), start up north; on their way, they cross an old guerrilla and his young companion, Maria, a sexy brunette who decide to join them - and soon Maria becomes the General's lover. The Gringo is sent alone to the farm house to see if it is clear, but he finds there Vera Stevens, a widow whose husband was murdered by Villa's men. The Gringo understands that in the same action, his dear wife was murdered, too... and he ... Written by Artemis-9

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12 September 1967 (Spain)  »

Also Known As:

Seven for Pancho Villa  »

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In France and in Brazil, where the film was not shown in theaters, there was a late release as photo story magazines: "Une balle c'est ton prix", Star Cine Aventures Nº 216 (1969, France); "Uma bala é o teu preço", Ringo - Fotoaventuras do cinema Nº 16 (1972, Rio Gráfica Editora, Brasil). Sales were restricted to 7 and 10-year-olders, respectively. See more »

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