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Bandolero!, Posing as a hangman, Mace Bishop (James Stewart) arrives in town with the intention of freeing a gang of outlaws, including his brother, Dee (Dean Martin), from the gallows. Mace urges his younger brother to give up crime. Sheriff July Johnson (George Kennedy) chases the brothers to Mexico. They join forces, however, against a group of Mexican bandits.

STARS: James Stewart, Dean Martin, Raquel Welch

106 min | Drama, Western | 1968 | Color


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Wildly underrated.
"Bandolero!" is a terrific movie. I went many moons between viewings but I won't ever make that mistake again. "Bandolero! is now on my regular rotation. It is a very exciting, thoughtful and emotional movie. It's filled with great characters played perfectly by an equally great cast. George Kennedy and Will Geer both give terrific performances. This movie is also beautiful to look at. The locations are stunning. Jerry Goldsmith's beautiful music stays in my head for weeks after ever viewing. "Bandolero! is great stuff all around

July Johnson & Rosco
You see, I have wondered the same thing. Did July Johnson Exist. Did he ride with Nathan Bedford Forrest during the Struggle, and was he truly a lawman in Texas or Arkansas? In BANDOLERO, someone asks, do you think the Sheriff will follow us into Mexico, and Dee Bishop responds, "A South Texas Sheriff who wrote with Nathan Bedford Forrest who was embarrassed in his own town, yeah, he'll follow us. I have wondered since I saw Lonesome Dove and heard the name July Johnson. I wrote to Marshall Trimble of the Arizona Historical society. He answers questions in True West Magazine.
Interesting enough, though, in BANDOLERO, Johnson was a seasoned man, ex-Confederate Cavalry with the sand to be a South Texas Lawman. In LONESOME DOVE, he was a bit inept, and didn't have the sand that Gus had in a many of the instance.
It'll be interesting to know if he truly did exist or if it was truly fiction.
Thanks, Steve McGregor.

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