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The Legend of Ghostwolf (2005)

PG-13 | | Adventure | Video 19 July 2005
A dark legend unfolds through the vivid recollections of an old wanderer who recounts a forgotten Indian legend and the story of Jalisco, a Mexican running with a band of renegade soldiers ... See full summary »

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Shane Scott

Writer:

Shane Scott
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Cast

Credited cast:
Christina Romero ... Sister
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Troy Barnes Troy Barnes ... Deputy
Alan Behr ... Bar tender
J. Ward Boyce J. Ward Boyce ... Father
Mary Bucek Mary Bucek ... Bar girl
Joe King Carrasco Joe King Carrasco ... Ranch Hand
Evaristo Castillo Evaristo Castillo ... Indian two
Andy Cobb Andy Cobb ... Casy
Marta Cross ... Bar Girl (as Marta McGonagle)
Marita De La Torre ... Mother
Desiree Deleon Desiree Deleon ... Daughter
Patrick Dew Patrick Dew ... Pac
Ron Dickson Ron Dickson ... Willie
Joseph Fotinos Joseph Fotinos ... Sherriff Hawthorn
Billy Kendrick Billy Kendrick ... Cowboy
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A dark legend unfolds through the vivid recollections of an old wanderer who recounts a forgotten Indian legend and the story of Jalisco, a Mexican running with a band of renegade soldiers in the post-Civil War era. Obsessed with finding Confederate gold, Jalisco and companions learn, instead, the high cost of greed from the terrifying guardian of the Tonkawa gold mine. Written by Shane Scott

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Adventure

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG-13 for violence
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

19 July 2005 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Austin, Texas, USA See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Broom Closet Studio See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color
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Trivia

The horse ridden by Liz and Sarge are the same horse. The saddle blanket and bedrolls were changed to make it look like two different horses. See more »

Quotes

Sgt: I didn't sign on for this.
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So much with so little
19 July 2005 | by fuhrer-4See all my reviews

Shane Scott has done so much with so little on this project. This was not a low budget film it was a NO budget film. It makes one wonder what he could do with some real money behind him. This is an excellent movie when you consider how it was made. I would recommend that everyone see it at least once to see what an up and coming Director can do with nothing and no backing. It is a good story and plays well. Some of the CGI is a little rough but this was a first movie and not a short this is a feature film. The acting was good and there are some great shots of some of the nicest sites in Texas. I am looking forward to much more from this guy.


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