Last of the Renegades

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Last of the Renegades
Last of the Renegades.jpg
Cinema Poster
Country GER.jpg Germany
FRA.jpg France
ITA.jpg Italy
YUG.jpg Yugoslavia
Directed by Harald Reinl
Release Date 1964
Language German
Studio Rialto Film Preben-Philipsen
Distributor Columbia Pictures
Main Cast
Character Actor
Winnetou Pierre Brice
Old Shatterhand Lex Barker
Bud Forrester Anthony Steel
Ribanna Karin Dor
David 'Luke' Lucas Klaus Kinski
Col. J.F. Merril Renato Baldini
Lt. Robert Merril Terence Hill
Red Ilija Ivezic
Lord Castlepool Eddie Arent
Gunstick Uncle Mirko Boman


Last of the Renegades (German title: Winnetou – 2. Teil) is a 1964 German Western film directed by Harald Reinl on based the novel of Karl May. Starring Lex Barker as Old Shatterhand, Pierre Brice as Winnetou, chief of the tribe of the Mescalero Apaches, and Karin Dor as Ribanna - Assiniboine tribe chief´s daughter. Their adversary Bud Forrest is played by Anthony Steel.



The following weapons were used in the film Last of the Renegades:

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Röhm RG34

Many of the characters in the movie use Röhm RG34 revolvers.

Röhm RG34 - .22 LR
The owner of oil company Bud Forrest (Anthony Steel) pointed his revolver at Old Shatterhand.
The foreman of oilmen 'Red' (Ilija Ivezic) (at right from his boss) handles a revolver.
The bandits looked on a Shatterhands ruse - the revolvers with the cords on the triggers.
Robert Merrill (Terence Hill) reflects Forrest's men attacks alongside his wife Ribanna.
Gunslingers known as 'Caesar' (Stole Arandjelovic) (left), Carter (Velimir Chytil) (behind) and 'Luke' (Klaus Kinski)(right) hold in hands their revolvers.

Winchester Model 1894

Winchester 1894 - .30-30.
Robert Merril (Terence Hill) fire a Winchester Model 1894 rifle at bandits in the cave.
Gunman 'Luke' (Klaus Kinski) of the shoot from a rifle wounds Robert Merrill.
Lord Castle Pool (Eddie Arent) an enemy in a cave by shoot down a stalactite over his head.

Martini-Henry Rifle

Indians in movie are armed a Martini-Henry modified rifles.

Martini-Henry Mk. I (1871-1876) .577-.450 caliber.
Indian on the high ground fired on a oilmen's camp by his rifle.
Ribanna (Karin Dor) carries his rifle into a hideout in a cave.

Mauser Kleinkaliber-Büchsen

Forrester´s men use Mauser Kleinkaliber-Büchsen mocked as Harrington & Richardson Pardner rifles.

Mauser Kleinkaliber-Büchsen - .22 Caliber
Oilmen aims their rifles at Old Shatterhand with his friend lord Castle Pool.
Bud Forrester (Anthony Steel) fired by rifle at Ribanna in the cave.

12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun

Gunstick Uncle (Mirko Boman) (right) accompanies Old Shatterhand armed with his 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotguns.

L.C. Smith Field Double Barreled Shotgun - 12 gauge Hammerless model with case hardened receiver.
Mirko Boman-12GDBS.jpg

Special "Henry´s 25-wounds rifle"

Old Shatterhand (Lex Barker) is armed with one of his signature weapons, "Henry 25-shot Carbine" (Henrystutzen, as it is called in original novels), made by Mr. Henry, a fictional gunsmith from St. Louis. The screen gun is a custom prop, made specially for the movies, apparently built around Gasser M1870.

Old Shatterhand's "Henry 25-shot Carbine", as it appears on screen
Old Shatterhand (Lex Barker) wore special custom-made rifle with a magazine "for 25 bullets".

"The Silver Gun", a double-barrel rifle

From left to right: Winnetou's "The Silver Gun" and Old Shatterhand's "The Bear Killer" and "Henry's 25-shot" in Karl May Museum.
Winnetou (Pierre Brice) aims his "The Silver Gun" at the Bear.

Original poster

Origial German poster for the movie.

See Also

Winnetou
Treasure of Silver Lake (1962)  •  Apache Gold (1963)   •  Old Shatterhand (1964)  •  Last of the Renegades (1964)  •  Amongst Vultures (1964)  •  The Oil Prince (1965)  •  The Desperado Trail (1965)  •  Old Surehand (1965)  •  Winnetou and the Crossbreed (1966)  •  Thunder at the Border (1966)  •  The Valley of Death (1968)  •  The Return of Winnetou (1998)



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