Joe Navidad

(1967)
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In a small western town in Arizona called Jaspen, a boy is born on Christmas Day. Joseph "Joe" Novak is born in a makeshift shelter, but his mother, Marika Novak (Alejandra Rojo) dies during childbirth. Because of the day he was born, the boy will be nicknamed Christmas Joe. Joe's father (Jack Taylor) will never forgive him for the death of his wife, which will lead Joe toward a rebellious attitude. He will become a troubled teenager, and will end up learning how to shoot. Joe will also reject his father's pacific attitude.

  1. Sidney W. Pink

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Jeffrey Hunter

    Jeffrey Hunter

    Joe Novak

  2. Louis Hayward

    Louis Hayward

    Mike Culligan

  3. Gustavo Rojo

    Gustavo Rojo

    Mayor Louis Carillo

  4. Perla Cristal

    Perla Cristal

    Marie Lefleur

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Status Released

Release Information

  • July 1, 1967
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 25m

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50

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