|Directed by||Robert D. Webb|
|Produced by||Robert D. Webb|
|Written by||W.R. Burnett
|Music by||Bob Adams|
|Edited by||Peter Grossett|
|Distributed by||Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation|
The Jackals is a 1967 DeLuxe Color Western film from 20th Century Fox filmed at Killarney Film Studios South Africa. A remake of 1948's Yellow Sky, it stars Vincent Price as a South African prospector named Oupa (grandpa) Decker and contract Fox star Robert Gunner. The film was the last directed by Robert D. Webb.
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Gold miner (Vincent Price) and his granddaughter (Diana Ivarson) living in South Africa are besieged by a group of bank robbers, led by 'Stretch' Hawkins (Robert Gunner) for the prospectors gold.
- Vincent Price as Oupa Decker, the Prospector
- Diana Ivarson as Wilhemina Adelaide 'Willie' Decker
- Robert Gunner as Roger 'Stretch' Hawkins
- Bob Courtney as Dandy
- Patrick Mynhardt as Gotz
- Bill Brewer as Stoffel
- John Whiteley as Marico
- Tatum, Charles (October 19, 2007). "Jackals, The". efilmcritic.com. Retrieved 2014-11-20.
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