Bandolero!

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Bandolero!
Bandolero 1968 Poster.jpg
Cinema Poster
Country Flag of the United States.jpg USA
Directed by Andrew V. McLaglen
Release Date 1968
Studio 20th Century Fox
Distributor 20th Century Fox
Main Cast
Character Actor
Mace Bishop James Stewart
Dee Bishop Dean Martin
Maria Stoner Raquel Welch
Sheriff July Johnson George Kennedy
Deputy Sheriff Roscoe Bookbinder Andrew Prine
Pop Chaney Will Geer
Joe Chaney Tom Heaton
Babe Jenkins Clint Ritchie
Robbie O'Hare Sean McClory
Cort Hayjack Harry Carey Jr.


Bandolero! is a 1968 Western movie directed by Andrew V. McLaglen and starring Raquel Welch, Jimmy Stewart, and Dean Martin.

The following weapons are seen in the movie Bandolero!:

Contents


Remington 1858 New Army (SAA mockup)

What appear to be Remington 1858 New Army revolvers are used by most characters of the movie, including Dee Bishop (Dean Martin), his gang, Sheriff Johnson (George Kennedy) and posse members. In reality, these are Single Action Army revolvers with mock cylinder rods to resemble the Remington. Similar mockups were seen in the films Rio Lobo and The Horse Soldiers.

Remington 1858 New Army - .44 caliber.
Single Action Army
Dee Bishop (Dean Martin) holds his revolver during the bank robbery in the opening scene.
Sheriff Johnson (George Kennedy) and Deputy Roscoe Bookbinder (Andrew Prine) with their revolvers during the shootout with Dee Bishop's gang.
Jack Hawkins (Donald Barry) and Ross Harper (Robert Adler), posse members, fire their revolvers in the same scene.
Joe Chaney (Tom Heaton) fires his revolver in the same scene.
A close view at the revolver when Roscoe Bookbinder holds Dee Bishop at gunpoint.
Roscoe Bookbinder with his revolver in ambush.
Cort Hayjack (Harry Carey Jr.), one more of posse, aims his revolver at Bishop brothers.
El Jefe (uncredited), the leader of bandolero, holds his revolver in the final scene.
Babe Jenkins (Clint Ritchie) fires his revolver in the final scene.
Maria Stoner (Raquel Welch) fires at El Jefe.

Single Action Army

Mace Bishop's (James Stewart) personal weapon is a Single Action Army revolver. During the movie it passed from Mace Bishop tio his brother Dee (Dean Martin), and then returned back to its owner.

Colt Single Action Army w/ 4.75" barrel, case colored and blued, referred to as "Quick-Draw" or "Civilian" model.
A close view at Mace Bishop's revolver.
Dee Bishop holds Sheriff Johnson at gunpoint during the failed execution.
Mace Bishop aims his revolver at Pop Chaney (Will Geer).

Double barreled shotgun

Sheriff July Johnson (George Kennedy) and several posse members carry double barreled shotguns. Dee Bishop's men also use shotguns when they escape the execution.

Sheriff Johnson aims his shotgun at Dee Bishop in the opening scene.
Sheriff Johnson loads his shotgun. Next to him Roscoe Bookbinder (Andrew Prine) holds a Winchester Model 1873 rifle.

Winchester Model 1873

Winchester Model 1873 carbines are used by various characters.

Winchester Model 1873 carbine - 1st generation rifle - .44-40 Cal
A Winchester is seen at the wall.
Cort Hayjack (Harry Carey Jr.) fires a Winchester in the final scene.

Winchester Model 1892

Winchester Model 1892 rifles are also seen used.

Winchester 1892 - .38-40
Winchester 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine - .32WCF/.38-40/.44-40/.25-20
Roscoe Bookbinder aims his Winchester during the failed execution.
Pop Chaney (Will Geer) holds Bookbinder's rifle in the same scene.
Mace Bishop, disguised as a hangman, enters the bank, holding his Winchester.
A close view at Mace Bishop's rifle in the same scene.
Babe Jenkins (Clint Ritchie) fires a Winchester in the final scene.

Various rifles

Half a dozen of various rifles and shotguns are seen in Sheriff July Johnson's office.

Bandolero-Rifles-01.jpg



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