Guns of Diablo (1965) Movie Details

Guns of Diablo
English
Boris Sagal
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)
(India)
1 hr 31 mins
6.9/10
Rating: 6.9/10 from 150 users

Guns of Diablo Movie Cast

Charles Bronson
as Linc Murdock
Susan Oliver
as Maria Macklin
Kurt Russell
as Jamie McPheeters
Jan Merlin
as Rance Macklin
John Fiedler
as Ives
Douglas Fowley
as Mr. Knudsen
Rayford Barnes
as Dan Macklin
Ron Hagerthy
as Carey Macklin
Robert Carricart
as Mendez
Morris Ankrum
as Ray Macklin
Russ Conway
as Doctor McPheeters
Maurice Wells
Maurice Wells as Girard
Mike De Anda
Mike De Anda as Bryce, Blacksmith
Susan Flannery
as Molly

Guns of Diablo Crew List

Director :
Novel : Robert Lewis Taylor
Screenplay : Berne Giler
Producer : Boris Ingster
Original Music Composer : , ,
Director of Photography : John M. Nickolaus Jr.
Editor : Harry Coswick
Art Direction : George W. Davis , Addison Hehr

Guns of Diablo International Release Dates

Country
Released Date
India
29-01-1965

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Guns of Diablo

Guns of Diablo is a 1965 English Film stars Charles Bronson , Boris Sagal , Robert Lewis Taylor , Berne Giler , Boris Ingster , Leigh Harline , Walter Scharf , Harry Sukman , John M. Nickolaus Jr. , Harry Coswick , George W. Davis , Addison Hehr , Susan Oliver , Kurt Russell , Jan Merlin , John Fiedler , Douglas Fowley , Rayford Barnes , Ron Hagerthy , Robert Carricart , Morris Ankrum , Russ Conway , Maurice Wells , Mike De Anda , Susan Flannery , directed by Boris Sagal & music by Harry Sukman.