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Man from Del Rio ()


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A fast Mexican-American gunman kills a few notorious gunfighters and is hired to replace Mesa's dead sheriff but a crooked saloon-keeper wants him on his payroll or out-of-the-way.

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Dave Robles
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Estella
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Ed Bannister
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Doc Adams
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Bill Dawson
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Breezy Morgan
Douglas Spencer ...
Sheriff Jack Tillman
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Dan Ritchy (uncredited)
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Townsman (uncredited)
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Woman (uncredited)
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Roy Higgens (uncredited)
Marc Hamilton ...
George Dawson (uncredited)
Paul Harber ...
Mr. Brown (uncredited)
Jack Hogan ...
Westin (uncredited)
Adrienne Marden ...
Mrs. Tillman (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ...
Townsman (uncredited)
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Ken, the Stableman (uncredited)
Carl Thayler ...
Danny Sheridan, the Kid (uncredited)
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Townsman (uncredited)
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Tom Jordan (uncredited)
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Fred Jasper (uncredited)

Directed by

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Harry Horner

Written by

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Richard Carr ... (original story)
 
Richard Carr ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Richard Carruth ... associate producer
Robert L. Jacks ... producer

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Fred Steiner ... (as Frederick Steiner)

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Stanley Cortez ... (photographed by)

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Robert Golden

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William Glasgow ... (uncredited)

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Mowbray Berkeley

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Louis Hippe ... makeup artist
Kay Shea ... hair stylist

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Frank Parmenter ... production supervisor

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Wayne Fury ... sound editor
Jack Solomon ... sound

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Fred Carson ... stunt coordinator (uncredited) / stunt double: Anthony Quinn (uncredited)

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Frank Beetson Jr. ... wardrobe (as Frank Beetson)
Opal Vils ... wardrobe

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Mary Gibsone ... script supervisor

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Plot Summary

Mexican gunfighter Dave Robles outdraws the town's outlaw-turned-sheriff and is invited to fill the dead man's shoes. But a tin star doesn't bring automatic respectability and Robles is shunned by the town's leading citizens. His popularity with its less-savory element, particularly saloonkeeper Bannister, wanes dramatically, too, as he starts to take his job seriously. It is his love for a decent, caring woman that keeps Dave in town, but can she convince him to lay down his gun and start a new life? Written by Chris Stone

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Taglines OUTCAST WITH A GUN! (original print ad - all caps) See more »
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Also Known As
  • The Man from Del Rio (United States)
  • Le tueur et la belle (France)
  • Un revolver solitario (Spain)
  • Manden fra Del Rio (Denmark)
  • Mannen från Del Rio (Sweden)
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  • 82 min
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Trivia Although most people think he was Greek, Anthony Quinn was actually born in Chihuahua, Mexico, and had an opportunity to return to his ethnic heritage as the Mexican gunfighter. See more »
Goofs ~3/4th into movie, there is a bar fight with Dave Robles & Ed Bannister with very obvious doubles. Toward the end of the fight, the Dave Robles double has been rolling all over the floor & his jacket is very dusty but at the end of the fight when Anthony Quinn is again shown, his jacket looks almost new, clean & pressed, except for the tear in the right shoulder. See more »
Crazy Credits Opening credits list Anthony Quinn as the "MAN FROM DEL RIO". See more »

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