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The Proud and Damned (1972)

PG | | Western | July 1972 (USA)
In 1870, five ex-Confederate soldiers get embroiled in a foreign civil war south of the border.

Director:

Ferde Grofé Jr. (as Ferde Grofe jr.)

Writer:

Ferde Grofé Jr. (as Ferde Grofe jr.)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Chuck Connors ... Will Hansen
Aron Kincaid ... Ike
Cesar Romero ... San Carlos' Mayor
José Greco ... Ramon (as Jose Greco)
Henry Capps Henry Capps ... Hank
Smokey Roberds Smokey Roberds ... Jeb
Peter Ford Peter Ford ... Billy
Andres Marquis Andres Marquis ... The General
Maria Grimm Maria Grimm ... Maria
Nana Lorca Nana Lorca ... Carmela
Anita Quinn Anita Quinn ... Mila
Conrad Parham Conrad Parham ... Captain
Álvaro Ruiz Álvaro Ruiz ... Chico (as Alvaro Ruiz)
Pacheco Pacheco ... Lieutenant
Ignacio Gómez Ignacio Gómez ... Padre (as Ignacio Gomez)
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Storyline

A group of five Confederate mercenaries led by Sergeant Will Hansen must choose sides carefully in a small village where they find themselves trapped in the middle of a rebellion. The group is torn as to whether they should honor the powerful military dictator who forces them to spy for him or help the local village fight for its independence. Follow Sergeant Hansen and his men as they make a decision that could cost them their lives. Written by Michaelj@new.rr.com

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Haunted by war, they still found something worth fighting for!

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Western

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Trivia

Anita Quinn receives an 'Introducing' credit. See more »

Quotes

Hank: Will, did you have to shoot him? Couldn't you have pistol-whipped him instead or something?
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Crazy Credits

Opening credits prologue: South America, 1870 See more »

Connections

Edited into Tela Class: Caçadores de Zica (2007) See more »

Soundtracks

Windblown
Written by Henry Capps, Smokey Roberds and Murray MacLeod
Performed by Smokey Roberds
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This Is Truly Awful
11 January 2009 | by sddavis63See all my reviews

"Awful" is not a word I use often to describe a movie. There's usually some redeeming quality that at least raises it to the level of just plain "bad." "Awful" is the word here, though. Chuck Conners stars as the leader of a band of ex-Confederate soldiers who find themselves caught in the middle of a South American civil war in 1870. Aside from the last 10 minutes or so there's precious little action or adventure here, and there's a lot of just plain dumbness. Ike (Aron Kincaid) falls head over heels in love with a girl he meets for 5 minutes at a local monastery (true!) and at one point brings a guitar playing buddy of his to the monastery to serenade her while the nuns look on! Then he spends the rest of the movie gazing forlornly into the distance with puppy-dog like eyes. Meanwhile, Hansen (Conners) becomes a sort of protector/lover to a gypsy girl whose own people have cut off one of her ears. Aside from Conners and Cesar Romero as the leader of the town of San Carlos we have here largely unknown actors (unsurprising, since how would they get anyone to cast them in anything significant after this disaster?) 1/10


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Language:

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Release Date:

July 1972 (USA) See more »

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Filming Locations:

Colombia See more »

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1.33 : 1
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