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100 Rifles [DVD] [1969]

  • SKU: 7800301
  • Release Date: 05/23/2006
  • Rating: PG

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    100 Rifles
    Lyedecker (Jim Brown) is the Arizona lawman who travels to Mexico in search of Yaqui Joe (Burt Reynolds). Joe has made an illegal withdrawal of $6,000 from the band in Phoenix to help finance his tribes's uprising against the Mexican government. Sarita (Raquel Welch) is the local woman who is friendly towards the Indian leaders. Both men are tracked by General Verdugo (Fernando Lamas), the career-minded military man who realizes a victory could boost his station in high-society and politics. Also on hand is the American railroad agent Grimes (Dan O'Herlihy). The battle ensues between the Indians and the government troops as Lyedecker and Joe form a temporary alliance to survive. They are captured by the troops, but the Indians instead of the calvary come to the rescue in this routine western taken from a novel by Robert MacLeod. ~ Dan Pavlides, Rovi

    Cast & Crew

    • Jim Brown
      Jim Brown - Lyedecker
    • Raquel Welch
      Raquel Welch - Sarita
    • Burt Reynolds
      Burt Reynolds - Yaqui Joe
    • Fernando Lamas
      Fernando Lamas - Verdugo
    • Dan O'Herlihy
      Dan O'Herlihy - Grimes

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      100 Rifles


      100 rifles and Raquel Welch. Can't get any better than that or so I thought when I purchased this movie. The plot and the whole movie wasn't really that exciting or entertaining. The only entertainment I got was seeing Raquel Welch standing underneath that falling water. But there was no real acting or real plot other than to see what Raquel would do next. I would not recomend this movie to anyone as it has no entertainment qualities other than a pretty girl and a macho title.

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