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Das Tal der tanzenden Witwen (1975)

After the US Civil War ended, a handful of defeated Southern soldiers return home, to find that their village is almost depopulated. Some find their wives have changed, that their children ... See full summary »

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Judy Stephen ...
Scarlett O'Brien
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John O'Brien, Sargeant
Tilo Prückner ...
Crazy Butch, Soldier
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Dynamite Dick
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Marshall (as Jorge Rigaud)
Daniel Martín ...
Juan Hernandez
Montserrat Julió ...
Cecily Breidlinger
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(scenes deleted)
Cris Huerta ...
Robert Breidlinger
Lone Fleming ...
Lily Dykler, Teacher
David Thomson ...
Emil Dykler
Jeannine Mestre ...
Sara Flanagan
Luis Induni ...
Bill Flanagan
Léonie Thelen ...
Julia Littek
Harry Baer ...
Bogdan Witkow, Julia's Boyfriend
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After the US Civil War ended, a handful of defeated Southern soldiers return home, to find that their village is almost depopulated. Some find their wives have changed, that their children grew up and no longer recognize them; others find they are now widows; others try to find new relationships, by flirting or by force. At first, there is a reception, with dance and merriment. Then trouble starts - and the men find that the women are now ready to defend themselves, with the law of the court, or the law of the gun. Written by Artemis-9

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Comedy | Western

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2 June 1980 (Spain)  »

Also Known As:

El valle de las viudas  »

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Anita Ekberg is rumored to have appeared in scenes cut from the film. A German fan site of the actress denies that she appeared on the film without further explanation. See more »

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Es dura la vida de qualquier mujer
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Sung by Rosa León Conde
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