Duel in the Eclipse (1968)

16 08/23/1968 (ES) Western 1h 38m
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Returning home, Ross Logan immediately gets into conflict with the Carranza gang, which had just crossed the Mexican border and has occupied a nearby Hacienda. After his brother is killed he plans a cold blooded revenge for which he separates the gang's most dangerous members by using their individual weak points and the general discordance amongst them. The time for the final confrontation is set by the astronomically interested Logan amidst an eclipse.

  1. José Luis Merino

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Lang Jeffries

    Lang Jeffries

    Ross Logan/Gringo

  2. Fernando Sancho

    Fernando Sancho

    Porfirio Carranza

  3. Carlo Gaddi

    Carlo Gaddi

    Ted Corby/Corbin

  4. Femi Benussi

    Femi Benussi

    Alma

  5. Aldo Sambrell

    Aldo Sambrell

    Charley Fair

  6. Rubén Rojo

    Rubén Rojo

    Tom Leader

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Duel in the Eclipse

Original Title Réquiem para el gringo

Status Released

Original Language Spanish; Castilian

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