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Director  John Sturges
Duration  
Language  English
6/10 IMDb

Genre  Action, Drama, Western
Country  France Italy Spain
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Release date  September 14, 1973 (1973-09-14) (Italy)
Based on  the novel The Valdez Horses  by Lee Hoffman
Writer  Lee Hoffman (novel), Clair Huffaker (screenplay)
Initial release  September 14, 1973 (Italy)
Directors  John Sturges, Duilio Coletti
Music director  Maurizio De Angelis, Guido De Angelis
Screenplay  Clair Huffaker, Arduino Maiuri, Rafael J. Salvia, Massimo de Rita
Cast  Charles Bronson (Chino Valdez), Jill Ireland (Catherine), Vince Van Patten (Jamie Wagner), Fausto Tozzi (Cruz), Ettore Manni (Sheriff), Corrado Gaipa (Indian)
Similar movies  Fair Game, Season of the Witch, Laser Mission, The Devil's Rejects, Death Rides a Horse, Walking Tall

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  • Chino (1973 film), an Italian film starring Charles Bronson
  • Chino (1991 film), a Nepali film
  • Places

    Place names
  • Chino, California, a city in San Bernardino County, California, USA
  • Chino, Nagano, a city in Nagano prefecture, Japan
  • Chino Valley, Arizona, a town in Yavapai County, Arizona, USA
  • Business

    Chino Corporation, is a Japanese professional manufacturer of measuring/controlling instruments and instrumentation system.

    Structures
  • California Institution for Men, a prison in Chino, San Bernardino County, California nicknamed "Chino"
  • People nicknamed "Chino"

  • Chino Cadahia (born 1957), Cuban baseball coach
  • Chino Moreno (born 1973), American musician
  • Chino Pozo (1915–1980), Cuban drummer
  • David Rheem, US poker player
  • Chino Smith (1903–1932), Negro league baseball player
  • Jesús Alberto Miranda Pérez, one half of the Venezuelan pop due Chino & Nacho
  • People nicknamed "El Chino"

  • Jorge José Benítez (born 1950), Argentine footballer
  • Daniel Canónico, (1916–1975), Venezuelan baseball player
  • Alberto Fujimori (born 1938), Peruvian president
  • Roberto Losada (born 1976), Spanish footballer
  • Marcos Maidana, Argentine boxer
  • Álvaro Recoba (born 1976), Uruguayan footballer
  • Marcelo Ríos (born 1975), Chilean tennis player
  • David Silva (born 1986), Spanish footballer
  • Melissa Calderon née Melissa Margarita Calderon Ojeda, Mexican cartel leader nicknamed "La China"
  • "El Chino", Pablo Ecobar's photographer; some whose photos are used in the Netflix TV series Narcos
  • Other uses

  • Chino cloth, a twill fabric, e.g., chinos trousers are made of chino cloth
  • Chinotto (soft drink) or Chino, a carbonated soft drink
  • References

    Chino Wikipedia
    Chino (film) IMDb Chino (film) themoviedb.org


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