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Retribution Road (2007)

Blue Eyes (original title)
PG-13 | | Western | Video 1 October 2007
In the vein of traditional westerns such as 'High Noon,' comes 'Blue Eyes,' nickname of Johnny Rios, the most sadistic outlaw in south Texas. After being captured in a foiled bank robbery ... See full summary »


Chuck Walker


Chuck Walker


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Michael Gregory ... Sheriff Bob Gimbol
John Castellanos John Castellanos ... Johnny Rios
Leslie Easterbrook ... Lana Gambol
Burton Gilliam ... Allie
Peter Sherayko ... Mayor Clyde
Corbin Timbrook ... Louie
Hallie Pierce Hallie Pierce ... Jen Gambol
Alan Arnold Alan Arnold ... Councilman Pete
Al Hayter ... Councilman Ray
Molly Elswick Molly Elswick ... Margie
Terry Mann Terry Mann ... Doc Perkins
Eduardo Enriquez Jr. Eduardo Enriquez Jr. ... Pedro Rios
Mark Enriquez Mark Enriquez ... Raul Rios
Carlos Rodriguez Carlos Rodriguez ... Joe Rios
Tony Rowe Tony Rowe ... Preacher


In the vein of traditional westerns such as 'High Noon,' comes 'Blue Eyes,' nickname of Johnny Rios, the most sadistic outlaw in south Texas. After being captured in a foiled bank robbery in the sleepy town of Wardlaw, the courageous Sheriff, Bob Gambol, awaits the vicious outlaw's family who has given him twenty-four hours to release their brother or else. Now it's good vs. evil as one man has to choose between honor and the annihilation of a town. Written by Chuck Walker

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The Truth Lies Within Their Eyes



Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG-13 for violence and some language | See all certifications »





English | Spanish

Release Date:

1 October 2007 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Retribution Road See more »

Filming Locations:

Brackettville, Texas, USA See more »


Box Office


$570,000 (estimated)
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Technical Specs


Color (NTSC Color)

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?

Crazy Credits

The opening credits list "John Castellanos as" and then instead of his character name of Johnny Rios the title is listed. See more »


Gonna Take Myself to God
Written by David Pierce, Brackettville, Texas
Sung by the funeral mourners
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Old style western with very good dramatic build
26 November 2009 | by agnitumSee all my reviews

If your like it old style 50's-60's this could be a keeper. The drama has a slow build from beginning to end with John Castellanos giving a cleverly deceptive performance. Michael Gregory does it "Gunsmoke" style. The predictable plot has enough surprises to keep the interest going with a good showing from the mostly unknown but excellent supporting cast. This low budget film gives very good entertainment for the money. The characters are developed to the extent that I had a good sense of what to expect from each, but boy! was I surprised. From the directing to the acting to the cinematography this one is worth a few watches from the western aficionados. Definitely will see this again.

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