Oro rojo

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Oro Rojo (translated, Red Gold) is a 1978 pirate movie. It was written and directed by Alberto Vázquez Figueroa. It was filmed on location in Spain and Mexico.

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A boatswain finds himself stranded on an island. Though surrounded by starving, and poor islanders, the boatswain soon learns that the misery is not caused by the people themselves, but rather by a pack of blood-thirsty pirates.



José Sacristán won the Sant Jordi Award for Best Spanish Actor (Mejor Actor Español) in 1979.


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