The Cry of the Wolf (1975)

Director
Gianfranco Baldanello

Main cast
Jack Palance; Joan Collins; Manuel de Blas; Remo De Angelis; Ricardo Palacios

Genres
Adventure, Western

Description
Jack Palance and Joan Collins star in this Yukon Gold -Rush adventure


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