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Chato's Land (1972) Poster

(1972)

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The Hooker ranch house and barn are the same as the McBain house and barn in Once Upon a Time in the West (1968).
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This is the first film out of six that Charles Bronson and Michael Winner made together.
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Michael Winner had wanted Gene Hackman for the Jack Palance part
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This film is one of Charles Bronson's 70s westerns. His westerns made during the 1970s include Chino (1973), Red Sun (1971), Chato's Land (1972), From Noon Till Three (1976), Breakheart Pass (1975) and The White Buffalo (1977).
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By68 Losely based on Burt Lancaster's Western Lawman 1971 also directed by Michael Winner
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Charles Bronson refused to play in the scene where he saves a naked woman. He refused because she was without clothes. Director Michael Winner eventually used a trick to make the scene without Bronson's agreement.
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Charles Bronson speaks very little in this film, with only a few words of his dialogue being in English.
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Jack Palance insisted that one of the scenes use a master shot, and so they did a master shot and he was furious because then he had an idea and they couldn't do anything about it. Director Michael Winner said "Jack - serves you right. You and your bloody master shot!"
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Charles Bronson refused to eat at the same table as Jack Palance during the shooting breaks.
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