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After the Civil War, ex-Confederate soldiers heading for a new life in Mexico run into ex-Union cavalrymen selling horses to the Mexican government but they must join forces to fight off... See more »

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Col. John Henry Thomas
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Col. James Langdon
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Gen. Rojas (as Tony Aguilar)
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Blue Boy
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Ann
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Margaret
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Little George
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Charlotte
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Jeff Newby
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Bubba Wilkes (as Michael Vincent)
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Short Grub
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Anderson
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Webster
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Gen. Joe Masters
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Maj. Sanders
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Dan Morse
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Diaz
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Christian
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Giles
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Goodyear
Big John Hamilton ...
Mudlow
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McCartney
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Thad Benedict
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Maj. Tapia
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Judd Mailer
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Escalante (as Pedro Armendariz Jr.)
James Dobson ...
Jamison
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Sanchez
Richard Angarola ...
Petain
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Jimmy Collins
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Parker
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Col. Gomez (as Juan Garcia)
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Union Runner
Bob Gravage ...
Joe Hicks
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Barbara Faulkner ...
Mrs. Anderson (uncredited)
Barbara Faulkner ...
Anderson's Daughter (uncredited)
Jan Faulkner ...
Anderson's Daughter (uncredited)
Leslie Faulkner ...
Anderson's Daughter (uncredited)
'Chico' Hernandez ...
Boy on Wagon (uncredited)
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Whit (uncredited)
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Yankee Corporal at River Crossing (uncredited)
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Yankee Sergeant at River (uncredited)

Directed by

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Andrew V. McLaglen

Written by

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James Lee Barrett ... (screenplay)
 
Stanley Hough ... (story) (as Stanley L. Hough)
 
Lewis B. Patten ... (novel) (uncredited)

Produced by

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Robert L. Jacks ... producer

Music by

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Hugo Montenegro

Cinematography by

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William H. Clothier ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Robert L. Simpson ... (as Robert Simpson)

Art Direction by

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Carl Anderson

Set Decoration by

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Chester Bayhi ... (as Chester L. Bayhi)
Walter M. Scott

Costume Design by

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Bill Thomas ... (costumes designed by)

Makeup Department

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Edith Lindon ... hairstylist
Leo Lotito Jr. ... makeup artist (as Leo Lotito)
Daniel C. Striepeke ... makeup supervisor (as Dan Striepeke)
Dave Grayson ... makeup artist (uncredited)

Production Management

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Clarence Eurist ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Jack Cunningham ... assistant director
Al Murphy ... second assistant director (uncredited)

Sound Department

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David Dockendorf ... sound
Richard Overton ... sound

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L.B. Abbott ... special photographic effects
Art Cruickshank ... special photographic effects

Stunts

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Hal Needham ... stunt coordinator
Denny Arnold ... stunts (uncredited)
Stan Barrett ... stunts (uncredited)
Dick Bullock ... stunts (uncredited)
Jim Burk ... stunts (uncredited)
Billy Burton ... stunts (uncredited)
Tap Canutt ... stunts (uncredited)
Roydon Clark ... stunts (uncredited)
Bill Couch ... stunts (uncredited)
Chuck Couch ... stunts (uncredited)
Jim Feazell ... stunts (uncredited)
Jerry Gatlin ... stunts (uncredited)
Alan Gibbs ... stunts (uncredited)
Mickey Gilbert ... stunts (uncredited)
Kent Hays ... stunts (uncredited)
Clyde Hudkins Jr. ... stunts (uncredited)
John Hudkins ... stunts (uncredited)
Gary McLarty ... stunts (uncredited)
Hal Needham ... stunts (uncredited)
Paul Nuckles ... stunts (uncredited)
Bob Orrison ... stunts (uncredited)
Gil Perkins ... stunts (uncredited)
Chuck Roberson ... stunts (uncredited)
J.N. Roberts ... stunts (uncredited)
George Robotham ... stunts (uncredited)
Wally Rose ... stunts (uncredited)
Danny Sands ... stunts (uncredited)
Fred Waugh ... stunts (uncredited)
Glenn R. Wilder ... stunts (uncredited)
Walter Wyatt ... stunts (uncredited)
Dick Ziker ... stunts (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Luster Bayless ... costumer (uncredited)

Music Department

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Hugo Montenegro ... conductor
Herbert W. Spencer ... orchestrator (as Herbert Spencer)
Harry Bluestone ... musician: violin (uncredited)
Alf Clausen ... music copyist (uncredited)
Alexander Gerens ... music copyist (uncredited)
Ralph Grasso ... musician: guitar (uncredited)
Kenneth Hall ... music editor (uncredited)
Jack Hayes ... additional orchestrator (uncredited)
Wally Heglin ... music copyist (uncredited)
Artie Kane ... musician: piano (uncredited)
Louis Kaufman ... musician: violin (uncredited)
Carol Kaye ... musician: fender bass (uncredited)
Shelly Manne ... musician: drums (uncredited)
Tommy Morgan ... musician: harmonica (uncredited)
Leo Shuken ... additional orchestrator (uncredited)
David Tamkin ... orchestrator (uncredited)
Urban Thielmann ... orchestra contractor (uncredited)

Other crew

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'Chema' Hernandez ... livestock coordinator (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

After the Civil War, ex-Union Colonel John Henry Thomas and ex-Confederate Colonel James Langdon are leading two disparate groups of people through strife-torn Mexico. John Henry and company are bringing horses to the unpopular Mexican government for $35 a head while Langdon is leading a contingent of displaced southerners, who are looking for a new life in Mexico after losing their property to carpetbaggers. The two men are eventually forced to mend their differences in order to fight off both bandits and revolutionaries, as they try to lead their friends and kin to safety. Written by Alfred Jingle

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Taglines Across 2000 miles of savage wasteland ... they lived a thundering adventure that rocked two nations ! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Les géants de l'Ouest (France)
  • Die Unbesiegten (Germany)
  • Los indestructibles (Spain)
  • A legyőzhetetlen (Hungary)
  • I due invincibili (Italy)
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Runtime
  • 119 min
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Budget $7,115,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia Rock Hudson was asked not to bring his partner on location for the three-month shoot. See more »
Goofs A number of times in the early part of the movie, reference is made to the surrender of Lee to Grant as the end of the war. Although the surrender of Lee is now seen as the effective end of the war, at the time it was not and would not have been considered such by most people (the Confederate major in the opening battle being an example). Organized military operations continued for more than a month after Lee's surrender. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Rock Hudson's Home Movies (1992). See more »
Quotes Col. James Langdon: If I can find the time, I'm going to sit down and write the social history of bourbon.
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