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Monday, July 23, 2012

Charley-One-Eye (1973)


On the run in the desert near the Mexican border after killing an officer,a black soldier (Richard Roundtree) stumbles upon a lame Indian wanderer (Roy Thinnes). Struggling to survive, they reach a deserted church mission and setup camp. But the area is home to ruthless Mexican Bandit - and a bounty hunter (Nigel Davenport) is on the trial of the deserter. In the heat-blasted frontier wilderness of life is hard and killing is easy — but as the fugitives discover, the taking of just one life can change everything...


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