California (1963 film)
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|Directed by||Hamil Petroff|
|Produced by||Hamil Petroff|
|Written by||James West|
|Based on||story by James West|
|Edited by||Bert Honey|
|Distributed by||American International Pictures|
California is a 1963 film set in 1841 California involving a revolt against Mexican rule.
- Jock Mahoney as Don Michael O'Casey
- Faith Domergue as Carlotta Torres
- Michael Pate as Don Francisco Hernandez
- Susan Seaforth as Marianna De La Rosa
- Rodolfo Hoyos as Padre Soler
- Penny Santon as Dona Ana Sofia Hicenta
- Jimmy Murphy as Jacinto
- Nestor Paiva as General Micheltorena
- Roberto Contreras as Lieutenant Sanchez
- Felix Locher as Don Pablo Hernandez
- Charles Horvath as Manuel
The film was shot on the old Republic lot. The sword fight at the end was a last-minute idea of the director's not in the original script.
- California at TCMDB
- Freese, Gene (2013). Jock Mahoney: The Life and Films of a Hollywood Stuntman. McFarland. p. 117. ISBN 1476612870.
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