El revólver sangriento (1964)

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Cuando uno nace con el alma de un pistolero, todo lo que uno piensa es matar. Su fiel compañero para esto es un Revolver, pero este es el caso de un REVOLVER SANGRIENTO que no tiene miedo, incluso mientras realiza sus deseos más mortales.



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14 December 2011 | vquinterocastro
| "The most quintessential, suspenseful, and star-studded western of Mexican cinema"
Regarded as one of the most quintessential and suspenseful westerns ever to come out of any year in Mexican cinema, the film's success traveled overseas as it was released in Italy in 1966.

Full of movie stars, singers, and directors (also acting in this film), "El revólver sangriento" is an excellent western of the '60s, and any decade. Under the direction of Miguel M. Delgado, noted director of Cantinflas, the film's plot revolves around a revolver that as the taglines referred to "means justice in the hands of the brave". We see notable actor-singers such as Luis Aguilar, Lola Beltrán, Flor Silvestre, Manuel Capetillo, Cuco Sánchez, Antonio Aguilar, Juan Mendoza, and Irma Dorantes shine, act, and sing at their best. We also see award-winning directors René Cardona and Emilio Fernández in acting roles.

What else can one say? Only to "watch it"... you will agree!

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