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Chato's Land ()


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In 1870s New Mexico, a half-breed kills a bigoted sheriff in self-defense but the posse that eventually hunts him finds itself in dangerous territory.

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Pardon Chato
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Capt. Quincey Whitmore
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Joshua Everette
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Jubal Hooker
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Elias Hooker
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Earl Hooker
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Martin Hall
Sonia Rangan ...
Chato's Woman
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Harvey Lansing
Roddy McMillan ...
Gavin Malechie
Paul Young ...
Brady Logan
Raul Castro ...
Mexican Scout
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George Dunn
Roland Brand
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Ezra Meade
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Bartender
Celestino González ...
(as Celestino Gonzalez)
Florencio Amarilla
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Shelby Hooker
Sally Adez ...
Moira Logan
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Jacob Meade
Rebecca Wilson ...
Edna Malechie
Luis Amarilla
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Nye Buell
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Rudy Ugland ...
Will Coop (uncredited)

Directed by

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Michael Winner

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Gerald Wilson ... (written by)

Produced by

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Michael Winner ... producer

Music by

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Jerry Fielding

Cinematography by

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Robert Paynter ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Michael Winner ... (uncredited)

Editorial Department

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Frederick Wilson ... supervising editor (as Freddie Wilson)

Art Direction by

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Manolo Mampaso

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Mariano García Rey ... makeup artist (as Mariano Rey)
Antonio López ... hairdresser (as Antonio Lopez)
Richard Mills ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Clifton Brandon ... production supervisor
José María Rodríguez ... production manager (as Jose Maria Rodriguez)

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Stefano Capriati ... assistant director
Peter Price ... assistant director
Antonio Tarruella ... assistant director

Art Department

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Rafael Ablanque ... assistant art director
Ray Traynor ... property master
Barry Wilkinson ... stand-by props (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Paddy Cunningham ... sound recordist
Russ Hill ... dialogue editor
Christopher Kent ... sound recordist
Terry Rawlings ... dubbing editor (as Terence Rawlings)
Ken Barker ... re-recording mixer (uncredited)
Graham V. Hartstone ... re-recording mixer (uncredited)
Hugh Strain ... sound recordist (uncredited)

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Antonio Parra ... special effects

Stunts

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John Landis ... stunts (uncredited)
Miguel Pedregosa ... stunt performer (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Antonio Luengo ... stillsman
Douglas F. O'Neons ... camera assistant (as Douglas O'Neons)
Raúl Pérez Cubero ... camera operator: second unit (as Raul Perez Cubero)
Anthony Troke ... camera operator
Peter Carmody ... clapper loader (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Ron Beck ... wardrobe master

Music Department

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Jerry Fielding ... conductor
Dick Lewzey ... music engineer (uncredited)
Greig McRitchie ... orchestrator (uncredited)
Lennie Niehaus ... orchestrator (uncredited)

Script and Continuity Department

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Pamela Carlton ... continuity

Other crew

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Stephen Cory ... producer's assistant
Rudy Ugland ... chief wrangler
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Plot Summary

After a deadly confrontation with the racist local sheriff in the town's whites-only bar, the half-Apache, Pardon Chato, flees into the unforgiving desert. Hell-bent on making Chato pay, the famed former Confederate officer, Captain Quincey Whitmore, assembles an angry posse of blood-thirsty men; however, who is the hunter, and who is the hunted? Do Whitmore's toughs stand a chance of surviving in Chato's dangerous land? Written by Nick Riganas

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Taglines The scream of his victims is the only sound he makes. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Chato el apache (Spain)
  • Les collines de la terreur (France)
  • Chatozu Rando (Japan)
  • Renegado vengador (Argentina)
  • Земля Чато (Soviet Union, Russian title)
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Runtime
  • 100 min
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Trivia The Hooker ranch house and barn are the same as the McBain house and barn in Once Upon a Time in the West (1968). See more »
Goofs Several times as the posse rides through the desert, the saguaro cacti props in the background can be seen jiggling and flapping their arms in the wind. See more »
Movie Connections Referenced in My Best Friend's Birthday (1987). See more »
Quotes Joshua Everette: If I don't get to a doctor, I'll die!
Elias Hooker: It looks that way.
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