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Dynamite Jack
Dynamite Jack.jpg
Directed byJean Bastia
Written byJack Ary
Jacques Emmanuel
Jean Manse
Jean Bastia
Produced byJacques-Paul Bertrand
StarringFernandel
Eleonora Vargas
Lucien Raimbourg
CinematographyRoger Hubert
Edited byJacques Desagneaux
Music byPascal Bastia
Jean-Pierre Landreau
Production
companies
Les Productions Jacques-Paul Bertrand
Federal International Films
Variety Film
Cineraid
Distributed bySociété Nouvelle de Cinématographie
Release date
3 November 1961
Running time
103 minutes
CountriesFrance
Italy
LanguageFrench

Dynamite Jack is a 1961 French-Italian comedy western film directed by Jean Bastia and starring Fernandel, Eleonora Vargas and Lucien Raimbourg.[1] A Frenchman moves to Arizona in the Wild West era, only to find he is the exact image of the notorious local outlaw Dynamite Jack.

The film's sets were designed by the art director Robert Giordani.

Cast

  • Fernandel as Dynamite Jack / Antoine Espérandieu
  • Eleonora Vargas as Dolores
  • Lucien Raimbourg as Sheriff Scotty
  • Jess Hahn as Sergeant Bob
  • Adrienne Corri as Pegeen O'Brien
  • Georges Lycan as Louis le Borgne
  • Claude d'Yd as Charlie McGregor
  • Todd Martin as Henri
  • Viviane Méry as Jeanne
  • Marcelle Féry as Loulou
  • Joe Warfield as Michel
  • Colin Drake as Larry Schultz
  • Carl Studer as Barman Fred

References

  1. ^ Walker p.198

Bibliography

  • Walker, Janet. Westerns: Films through History. Routledge, 2013.

External links

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