Rio Lobo (1970)

Director
Howard Hawks

Main cast
John Wayne; Jorge Rivero; Jennifer O'Neill; Jack Elam; Christopher Mitchum

Genres
Action, Western

Description
After the Civil War, Cord McNally searches for the traitor whose perfidy caused the defeat of McNally's unit and the loss of a close friend.


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