Directed by Edward Dmytryk. With Sean Connery, Brigitte Bardot, Stephen Boyd, Jack Hawkins. In 1880 New Mexico, a group of European hunters runs afoul of the Apache but is aided by an ex-cavalryman turned guide.
Shalako was the 18th most popular film of 1969. It recorded admissions of 1,385,466 in France. However, according to Variety, because of its high costs the film recorded a loss for ABC of $1,275,000. Home media. Shalako has been released in many territories on VHS and DVD, and in 2017 was released on Blu-ray from Kino Lorber in the US.
May 25, 2004 · In this western adventure, Shalako (Sean Connery) leads a hunting expedition in the wilds of New Mexico. There they run across an Apache camp where the Countess Irina (Brigitte Bardot) is being ...
Gutsy, gunslinging Shalako (Connery) is a loner who looks out for number one, until he finds himself rescuingand falling fora beautiful countess (Bardot) under attack by Apache Indians. But when Shalako discovers that the countess is part of a European hunting party that refuses to be led to safety, he must summon all his courage to fight the ...
Edward Dmytryk's "Shalako" is a disappointment from this veteran action director, whose recent "Anzio" was a cut above most war epics. This time Dmytryk dissipates the tension, despite the presence in his cast of two formidable symbols of one thing or another: Sean Connery and Brigitte Bardot.
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Sean Connery is Shalako, a guide in the old West who has to rescue an aristocratic British hunting party from Indians and bandits.
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