Action / Crime / Drama / Romance / Western

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 20%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 49%
IMDb Rating 6.6 10 3799


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Raquel Welch as Maria Stoner
James Stewart as Mace Bishop
Dean Martin as Dee Bishop
George Kennedy as Sheriff July Johnson
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1hr 46 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by schaffermatt54 6 / 10

An entertaining 100 minutes

Without comparing it to any of the acknowledged "greats" or even better westerns any of the stars made, "Bandolero" is a satisfying movie - interesting enough story with a bit of a humorous twist, well-mounted, beautifully shot, and everybody involved does their customary good job. If it drags a bit in some of the campfire scenes, it makes up for it in the action scenes. Must single out Rudy Diaz, who plays the chief Mexican bandit, as making a particularly vivid impression in his few scenes. Oh, I almost forgot, another rousing Jerry Goldsmith score worth owning on its own account. What more can you ask, seeing great guys like Jimmy, Dean, George, Harry Carey & Co., and of course Raquel, going thru long-practiced paces they knew so well by this time?

Reviewed by gavin6942 7 / 10

A Fun Western, James Stewart is Tops

Mace Bishop (James Stewart) masquerades as a hangman in order to save his outlaw brother from the gallows, runs to Mexico chased by the sheriff's posse and fights against Mexican bandits.

The film was shot at the Alamo Village, the movie set originally created for John Wayne's "The Alamo". The Alamo Village is located north of Brackettville, Texas. I wonder how many film sets were strewn about the desert over the years. Of course, many were reused, but with how many westerns were made, it seemed there must have been a lot of small villages going up.

Say what you will, but I think James Stewart made the best westerns. John Wayne was a bigger star of the genre and Clint Eastwood picked up Wayne's place later... but James Stewart just has a presence about him, no matter what he was doing, he made you want to watch it.

Reviewed by Decker187 7 / 10

Not a Bad Little Western

Not sure why it's being bashed so much. My Mom, sister and I sat down on a Saturday afternoon and caught this "sleeper" quite by accident and we all thoroughly enjoyed it. There's plenty of characterization, good acting, a decent plot and enough gunfighting to satisfy most action enthusiasts. It took me about a half hour to get used to James Stewart being a bad guy, but once I accepted it, I enjoyed the rest of the movie without even giving it a second thought. Only one thing annoyed me: gunfighters jamming their guns forward with every shot. It's an amateur move, and I wish the Director would have left that out, but it's only a minor annoyance. Look up the Director and you'll see that this movie fits his style perfectly. A little different from what you might expect from Mr. Stewart, but definitely worth a watch. Just remember: Don't spit in church, scratch yourself in front of your Ma, or pick your nose.

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