The Traveling Executioner
Director Jack Smight
Music director Jerry Goldsmith
Country United States
Genre Comedy, Drama, Western
Cinematography Philip H. Lathrop
Writer Garrie Bateson
|Release date October 1, 1970 (1970-10-01)|
Cast Stacy Keach (Jonas Candide), Bud Cort (Jimmy Croft), Marianna Hill (Gundred Herzallerfiebst), Graham Jarvis (Doc Prittle), James Sloyan (Piquant (as James J. Sloyan)), M. Emmet Walsh (Warden Brodski)
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The Traveling Executioner is a 1970 American film starring Stacy Keach, Bud Cort, Stefan Gierasch and Marianna Hill and directed by Jack Smight.
The traveling executioner execution of willy
Jonas Candide, a former carnival showman, travels around the South in 1918 with his own portable electric chair, going from prison to prison with his young assistant, Jimmy, charging one hundred dollars per execution. Two of Jonas' potential victims are siblings Willy and Gundred Herzallerliebst. While Jonas successfully executes Willy, he falls for Gundred, hoping to fake her execution.
The musical The Fields of Ambrosia is based on the film.
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