Man Called Gringo

Man Called Gringo (German: Sie nannten ihn Gringo) is a 1965 German western film directed by Roy Rowland, written by Clarke Reynolds and Herbert Reinecker and starred by Götz George, Daniel Martín and Alexandra Stewart.[1][2]

Man Called Gringo
Film poster
GermanSie nannten ihn Gringo
Directed byRoy Rowland
Produced by
  • Alfons Carcasona
  • Eduardo de la Fuente
Screenplay by
  • Alex Berg
  • Clarke Reynolds
  • Francisco Gozálvez
Based onG. Smith
Starring
Music byHeinz Gietz
CinematographyMel Merino
Edited byFred Srp
Production
companies
  • International Germania Film
  • Procusa-Films
  • Hesperia Films S.A.
Distributed by
  • Exportfilm Bischoff & Co.
  • Gala Film Distributors
  • Dipenfa Filmayer Video S.A.
  • Filmjuwelen
  • Green Wood Film
Release date
  • May 19, 1965 (1965-May-19) (Germany)
Running time
82 min
CountryGermany
LanguageEnglish

Cast

References

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