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The Deadly Trackers

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The Deadly Trackers
Theatrical release poster
Directed byBarry Shear
Written byLukas Heller
Based onRiata
by Samuel Fuller
StarringRichard Harris
Rod Taylor
Al Lettieri
Neville Brand
William Smith
CinematographyGabriel Torres
Edited byMichael Economou
Carl Pingitore
Music byFred Steiner
Distributed byWarner Bros.
Release date
  • February 26, 1973 (1973-02-26)
Running time
110 minutes
CountryUnited States

The Deadly Trackers is a 1973 American Western film directed by Barry Shear and starring Richard Harris, Rod Taylor and Al Lettieri.[1] It is based on the novel Riata by Samuel Fuller.

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Sheriff Sean Kilpatrick (Harris) is a pacifist. He is compelled to go against everything he has stood for to bring death to a gang of outlaws, led by the ruthless Brand (Taylor), to avenge the deaths of his wife and son, murdered by the gang when it robbed the bank in Kilpatrick's town. In Mexico, his hunt is challenged by his noble sheriff counterpart (Lettieri), who is interested only in carrying out the law - not vengeance.



The film began as the project, Riata, written and directed by Sam Fuller, starring Richard Harris and Bo Hopkins. Production was halted during filming and then reassembled with a new director and cast, with Harris the only member of the original cast to return.[2]

According to costar Rod Taylor, Harris hated Fuller's script and walked out on the original production. Once Taylor signed on, he contributed to the re-write (Taylor was a member of the Screenwriters Guild) by adding scenes to flesh out his villainous character. It was through Harris' relentless drive that the film was completed at all, even using musical outtakes from other movies to cobble together the score.[3]


  1. ^
  2. ^ Stephen Vagg, Rod Taylor: An Aussie in Hollywood (Bear Manor Media, 2010) p178-179
  3. ^ Callan, Michael (2014). Richard Harris: The Biography. Pentheum Press. pp. 236–239. ISBN 978-0-9927798-3-2.

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