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The Trackers (film)

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The Trackers
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Written byGerald Gaiser
Directed byEarl Bellamy
StarringErnest Borgnine
Sammy Davis Jr.
Julie Adams
Music byJohnny Mandel
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
Executive producerAaron Spelling
ProducersSammy Davis Jr.
Aaron Spelling
CinematographyTim Southcott
EditorSaul Caplan
Running time74 minutes
Production companyAaron Spelling Productions
Original networkABC
Original release
  • December 14, 1971 (1971-12-14)

The Trackers is a 1971 American Western television film directed by Earl Bellamy. It stars Ernest Borgnine, Sammy Davis Jr. and Julie Adams. The film was originally a television pilot that appeared on the ABC Movie of the Week.[1]

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In the Old West, a man hires a tracker to find his kidnapped daughter.



Filming started in New Mexico on April 22, 1971.[2]


The Los Angeles Times called it "trash... flabby and unimaginative."[3]


  1. ^ "Sammy Davis signs for 'The Trackers'". Los Angeles Times. February 15, 1971. ProQuest 156633836.
  2. ^ H. I. (April 14, 1971). "Versatile Sammy Davis". The Washington Post and Times-Herald. ProQuest 148105448.
  3. ^ Beigel, J. (December 15, 1971). "Bias Goes Thataway Again". Los Angeles Times. ProQuest 156860146.

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