Chato's Land

Directed by Michael Winner
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Chato’s Land (1972) is directed by Michael Winner and stars Charles Bronson as a 'half-breed' American Indian fighting Whites.



After Pardon Chato, a mestizo, killed a US marshal in self-defence, a posse pursues him, but as the white volunteers advance deep in Indian Territory they become more hunted then prey, leading to internal strife. They rape Chato's squaw, and are hunted down to the last man by the unrelenting warrior.



Director

Michael Winner



Writers

Gerald Wilson



Cast

Charles Bronson … Pardon Chato

Jack Palance … Capt. Quincey Whitmore

Richard Basehart … Nye Buell

James Whitmore … Joshua Everette

Simon Oakland … Jubal Hooker

Ralph Waite … Elias Hooker

Richard Jordan … Earl Hooker

Victor French … Martin Hall

Sonia Rangan … Chato's woman

William Watson … Harvey Lansing

Roddy McMillan … Gavin Malechie

Paul Young … Brady Logan



Trivia

  • This is the first film out of six that Charles Bronson and Michael Winner made together.

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