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Gangsters Versus Cowboys

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Language  Spanish
Director  Juan Orol
Country  Mexico
Gangsters Versus Cowboys movie scenes I won t tell you this film is one of the best cowboy movies you ll ever see but it surprised me with some great action scenes featuring James Cagney
Release date  April 28, 1948

Gangsters Versus Cowboys (Spanish:Gangsters contra charros) is a 1948 Mexican gangster film written, directed by, and starring Juan Orol, and featuring Rosa Carmina and José Pulído. It was made as a sequel to Orol's Gangster's Kingdom. However, it has become a cult film due to its low-budget production values and idiosyncratic style.

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Plot

Gangster Johnny Carmenta (Juan Orol), faces Pancho Dominguez El Charro del Arrabal (Jose Pulido), who has imposed his law in the town. The Rumbera Rosa (Rosa Carmina) seduces both men firing their rivalry.

Cast

  • Juan Orol as Johnny Carmenta
  • Rosa Carmina as Rosa
  • José Pulído as Pancho Domínguez El Charro del Arrabal
  • Roberto Cañedo as Julio
  • Legacy

    It has been compared to Juan Orol with the American filmmaker Ed Wood, canonized as "the worst director of all time". Orol not need a posthumous tribute to be recognized. He was a successful at the box office of his time. The public admired his muses and his evil gangsters, no matter the story and technical poverty of their productions, ignoring criticism that vilified his work.

    According to the opinion of specialist critics of Mexican cinema, the film ranks as number 68 among the hundred best films of the Mexican cinema.

    References

    Gangsters Versus Cowboys Wikipedia


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