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Chubasco (1968)

Not Rated | | Drama | 5 June 1968 (USA)
Twenty-year-old Chubasco chooses a difficult path of hard labor at sea aboard a fishing boat and learns about how to become a man in the process.

Director:

Allen H. Miner

Writer:

Allen H. Miner
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Complete credited cast:
Richard Egan ... Sebastian Marino
Christopher Jones ... Chubasco
Susan Strasberg ... Bunny Marino
Ann Sothern ... Angela
Simon Oakland ... Laurindo
Audrey Totter ... Theresa Marino
Preston Foster ... Nick Casell
Peter Whitney ... Matt
Edward Binns ... Judge North
Joe De Santis ... Benito Tosoni (as Joe DeSantis)
Norman Alden ... Frenchy
Stewart Moss ... Les
Ron Rich ... Juno
Milton Frome ... Night Court Police Sergeant
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Twenty-year-old Chubasco chooses a difficult path of hard labor at sea aboard a fishing boat and learns about how to become a man in the process.

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Drama

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In her autobiography. "Bittersweet", Susan Strasberg claims she got an urgent call from the director that her husband was acting a little rambunctious with the actresses they were testing. He bit the last one when he kissed her. He was balking at doing the love scenes. They asked her to play the part of the 18 year old girl who defies her father. She replied that she was too old and "did not want to be the oldest ingenue in Hollywood plus I'm 30 pounds overweight" She was told her face was still thin and she could diet. Encouraged by her husband Christopher Jones who agreed she should lose weight and wanted the money, she accepted the role. See more »

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Rebel Without A Cause for The 60s...
14 January 2014 | by darrinSee all my reviews

While not as well-made, or as acclaimed, there were obvious similarities between "Chubasco" & "Rebel Without A Cause." Mainly due to its star, Christopher Jones, a self-admitted Dean fanatic who beared remarkable resemblance to Dean. Jones was soon hailed as the "next James Dean" of his generation. Unfortunately, his promising career never rose above expectations. Regardless, all the Deanerisms can clearly be seen in his seminal performance. It also didn't hurt to have the daughter of Lee Strasberg as his co-star. Ultimately lending further credence to the uncanny resemblance/career path of Jones. Can only recommend to Deaners and/or curiosity seekers. Hard to come by outside of commercial t.v.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English | Portuguese | Spanish

Release Date:

5 June 1968 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Chubasco - kapinallinen See more »

Filming Locations:

San Diego, California, USA

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Technicolor)

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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