The Phantom Gunslinger

The Phantom Gunslinger is a 1970 Mexican-American Western film directed by Albert Zugsmith. The film stars Troy Donahue, Sabrina, Elizabeth Campbell, Emilio Fernández, Germán Robles, and Pedro Armendáriz, Jr..

The Phantom Gunslinger
Directed byAlbert Zugsmith
Written byBlair Robertson
Albert Zugsmith
StarringTroy Donahue
CinematographyGabriel Figueroa
Edited byJorge Busto
Famous Players International
Producciones Rosas Priego
Sagitario Films
Release date
  • 1970 (1970)
Running time
100 mins
United States

A digitally restored version of The Phantom Gunslinger was released in December 2013.[1]


The town of Tucca Flats is invaded by a gang of bandits, including Algernon, Big Sam, and Cookie. The sheriff leaves town, naming a trainee preacher, Phil, as his successor. Bill doesn’t know how to use a gun, and has to learn.



The film was shot in March 1967 in Churubusco Studios in Mexico City.[2][3]

It was not released until 1970.[4]

See also


  1. 'The Wolverine' among DVD releases for Dec. 1-7 The Canadian Press; Toronto [Toronto]03 Dec 2013.
  2. 'Gold' Will Be in Cinerama Martin, Betty. Los Angeles Times 30 Jan 1967: d21.
  3. Judy in 'Valley of the Dolls' Martin, Betty. Los Angeles Times 3 Mar 1967: d16.
  4. Hollywood's 'Skeletons' By Joseph Gelmis. The Washington Post, Times Herald 14 Nov 1971: H7.

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