Charro!

Synopsis: Jess Wade is falsely accused of having stolen a cannon from the Mexican revolutionary forces. He tries to find the real culprits, a gang of criminals.
Genre: Western
Production: Warner Home Video
 
IMDB:
5.8
G
Year:
1969
98 min
76 Views


Well, now, this gun isn't just

worth the gold and silver on it.

It's what they call the Victory Gun, Jess.

It fired the last shot against Maximilian.

AII Mexico was freed.

It's a shrine, Jess.

Highest bidder.

You see what you gave me up for?

Maybe your share of over $100,000.

How far are the Federales behind you?

Not me, Jess. You.

They're after you.

I just wanted to make sure you'd be

in the neighborhood.

Don't you want to know why

they're after you?

You remember Norm, Jess?

He got shot in the neck while

we was gettin' away.

Norm never made it.

We buried him out there somewhere.

I let it get out that that wasn't Norm at all.

Mody.

Look at this, Jess.

Look at the posters they got out

on both sides of the border.

"Wanted. $10,000 reward. Jess Wade. "

"American. 6'2". Dark hair.

Fair complexion. "

That fits, doesn't it, old friend?

"The Mexican government is prepared

to pay 10,000 American dollars

"for the apprehension of Jess Wade,

"who was the only identifiable member

of the fouI perpetrators

"who stole the Victory Gun

from the Chapultepec Palace,

"July 8, last. "

Now listen to this. This is the best part.

"Wade sustained a neck wound

"as a result of the gunfire

from the guards on duty.

"This man can be identified

by the severe wound on his neck. "

So, that's it.

All right, boys.

A severe wound across his neck.

You see who they're lookin' for, Jess? You.

All right, let him up.

That's one man who's not gonna make

it to his feet, let alone go anywhere.

- All right, bring his saddle.

Yo!

How do you suppose he did that?

Who says he could keep on

managing that?

One thing, Jess, you haven't lost

any of your sand.

All right, that's enough.

Make him comfortable.

Is that better, Jess?

All right, let's get ready to move out.

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Charles Marquis Warren

Charles Marquis Warren (December 16, 1912 — August 11, 1990) was an American motion picture and television writer, producer, and director who specialized in the western genre. He is notable for his involvement in creating the television series Rawhide and in adapting the radio series Gunsmoke for television. more…

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