Charley One-Eye

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Charley One-Eye
Charley One-Eye.jpg
Theatrical poster for Charley One-Eye (1973)
Directed by Don Chaffey[1]
Produced by David Frost
James Swan
Written by Keith Leonard
Starring Richard Roundtree
Music by John Cameron
Cinematography Kenneth Talbot
Edited by Mike Campbell
David Paradine Productions
Distributed by Paramount Pictures
Release date
April 18, 1973
Running time
96 minutes
Country United States
United Kingdom
Language English

Charley One-Eye is a 1973 British-American film directed by Don Chaffey and starring Richard Roundtree, Roy Thinnes and Nigel Davenport.[1]

The film was entered into the 24th Berlin International Film Festival.[2]


A black, Union Army deserter and his crippled American Indian hostage form a strained partnership in the interests of surviving the advancing threats of a racist bounty hunter and neighboring bandits.


  • Richard Roundtree: The Black Man
  • Roy Thinnes: The Indian
  • Nigel Davenport: The Bounty Hunter
  • Jill Pearson: Officer's wife
  • Aldo Sambrell: Mexican driver
  • Luis Aller: Mexican youth
  • Rafael Albaicín: Mexican leader

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