Bandido (1956)


An arms dealer and a mercenary cross swords during the 1916 Mexican revolution. (source: imdb.com)

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11 September 1956
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Big! Bold! Blasting!
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Acapulco, Guerrero, Mexico
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Bandido is a 1956 Western movie starring Robert Mitchum. The supporting cast includes Ursula Thiess, Gilbert Roland, and Zachary Scott. The film, set in the Mexican Revolution and filmed on location around Acapulco, was written by Earl Felton and directed by Richard Fleischer. Robert Mitchum also co-produced the film through his DRM Productions company.

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