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Winnetou: The Red Gentleman (1964)

Winnetou - 2. Teil (original title)
Forester, a ruthless oil baron, wants to create a war between the native American tribes and the white men. Old Shatterhand, Winnetou and their sidekick Castlepool try to prevent this.

Director:

Harald Reinl

Writers:

Karl May (novel), Harald G. Petersson (screenplay) (as H.G. Petersson)
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Lex Barker ... Old Shatterhand
Pierre Brice ... Winnetou
Anthony Steel ... Bud Forrester
Karin Dor ... Ribanna
Klaus Kinski ... David 'Luke' Lucas
Renato Baldini ... Col. J.F. Merril
Terence Hill ... Lt. Robert Merril (as Mario Girotti)
Marie-Noëlle Barre ... Susan Merril (as Marie Noëlle)
Ilija Ivezic Ilija Ivezic ... Red (as Elija Ivejic)
Velimir Chytil Velimir Chytil ... Carter (as Velemir Hitil)
Stojan 'Stole' Arandjelovic Stojan 'Stole' Arandjelovic ... Caesar (as Stole Arandjelovic)
Djordje Nenadovic Djordje Nenadovic ... Capt. Bruce
Mirko Boman Mirko Boman ... Gunstick Uncle
Rikard Brzeska ... Tah-Sha-Tunga
Eddi Arent ... Lord Castlepool
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Storyline

When white settlers encroach on Indian lands, the Assiniboins declare war on the settlers. Apache chief Winnetou vows to help keep the peace between whites and natives. He saves the daughter of the Assiniboin chief and in return he asks for the lives of three troopers held captive by the tribe. Among the three captives is Lt. Robert Merril, son of fort commander Col. J.F. Merril. Meanwhile, crooked oilman Bud Forrester schemes to start a war between the Army and the natives. Forrester sends his men to attack wagon trains and settlements and he blames the Indians. By starting a conflict between Indians and the Army, Forrester hopes to grab Indian land that is rich in oil. Frontier scout Old Shatterhand, Apache chief Winnetou and British adventurer Lord Castlepool join forces in an attempt to stop oilman Bud Forrester from succeeding with his evil plan. Also, fort commander Col. J.F. Merril offers his assistance to Winnetou in hunting down of those responsible for the latest attacks and... Written by nufs68

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Das große Abenteuer geht weiter... See more »

Genres:

Western | Adventure

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All Western elements on a breathtaking Yoguslavian Landscape!!!
7 January 2020 | by elo-equipamentosSee all my reviews

This second picture of Karl May's Winnetou trilogy has everything required on a western movie, the upcoming war over White men and Indians, peace agreement, a white soldier marrying a native girl, ambush, a cruel gang extracting oils, a Fort's soldiers, settlers have been slaughtered by outlaws, for Indians be blamed, the casting are absolutely stellar, Lex Barker, Pierre Brice, Terence Hill, Klaus Kinski, Anthony Steel and Renato Baldini, although the high point is the marvelous breathtaking Yuguslavian landscape, calm clean rivers, blue lagoon, green forests, rocky peaks and a fabulous wide natural cave, like a greatest cathedral, where the showdown took place, apart some contrived scenes the picture allowed us see this amazing place, no blue screen or studio's sets, just shot on the wildest Yuguslavia countryside, not bad at all!!!

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First watch: 2019 / How many: 1 / Source: DVD / Rating: 7


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Language:

German

Release Date:

September 1966 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Winnetou: Last of the Renegades See more »

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Budget:

DEM4,000,000 (estimated)
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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