The Last Rebel (1971 film)

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The Last Rebel
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Directed byDenys McCoy
Written byRed Redifer
(special story material)
Screenplay byWarren Kiefer (credited as Lorenzo Sabatini)
Story byWarren Kiefer (credited as Lorenzo Sabatini)
Produced byLarry G. Spangler
StarringJoe Namath
CinematographyCarlo Carlini
Edited byFrederick Muller
Music byTony Ashton
Jon Lord
Production
companies
Glendenning
Orten
Spangler
U.S. Captail
Distributed byColumbia Pictures
Release date
  • August 9, 1971 (1971-08-09) (Birming, AL)
  • September 24, 1971 (1971-09-24) (United States)
Running time
90 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

The Last Rebel is a 1971 American Technicolor Western film directed by Larry G. Spangler and starring Joe Namath.

Plot[edit]

Set in 1865 in southwest Missouri, at the close of the Civil War the film follows the adventures of two Confederate men and a black man who they rescue from a lynching.

Cast[edit]

  • Joe Namath as 'Captain' Hollis
  • Jack Elam as Matt
  • Woody Strode as Duncan
  • Ty Hardin as The Sheriff
  • Victoria George as Pearl
  • Renato Romano as Deputy Virgil
  • Marina Coffa as Camelia
  • Annamaria Chio as Madam Dupres
  • Mike Forrest as Cowboy
  • Bruce Eweka as The Black Boy
  • Jessica Dublin as Ruby, Pearl's partner
  • Larry Laurence as Bedroom Man
  • Sebastian Segriff as Union Officer
  • Al Hassan as Al the Badman
  • Art Johnson as Tall Soldier
  • Paul Sheriff as Old Soldier
  • Troy Patterson as 1st Rancher
  • Rick Wells as 2nd Rancher
  • Dominic Barto as Stagecoach Agent
  • James Garbo as Deputy
  • Tomas Rudy as Deputy

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