El Diablo

El Diablo

Director: Peter Markle Cast: Anthony Edwards, Louis Gossett Jr., John Glover

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Overview

In the made-for-cable El Diablo, Anthony Edwards plays a bespectacled Eastern schoolteacher who is bullied and cowed by the wild westerners all around him. Soon, however, he is forced to summon up his courage to expedite the rescue of his prettiest female student (M.C. Gainey), who has been kidnapped by the notorious bandit leader El Diablo (Robert Beltran). Louis Gossett Jr. is on hand as the down-to-earth gunslinger who teaches Edwards the rudiments of frontier survival. Coproduced and cowritten by John Carpenter, El Diablo debuted July 22, 1990, over the HBO pay-cable service.

Product Details

Release Date: 02/15/2012
UPC: 0883316440971
Original Release: 1990
Rating: PG-13
Source: Hbo Archives
Time: 1:48:00
Sales rank: 41,659

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Anthony Edwards Billy Ray Smith
Louis Gossett Van Leek
John Glover The Preacher
Joe Pantoliano Kid Durango
Robert Beltran El Diablo
M.C. Gainey Bebe
Miguel Sandoval Zamudio
Sarah Trigger Nellie Tuleen
Branscombe Richmond Dancing Bear
Jim Beaver Spivey Irick
Geno Silva Chak Mol
Don Collier Jake
Luis Contreras Pestoso
Jess Doran El Triste
Jean Fowler Woman #2
Wilfredo Hernandez El Matador
Michael Francis Kelly Bartender
Henry Max Kendrick Town Fool
Sal Lopez Sentry
Robert Miano Bandit #1
Warner McKay Local #2
Ann Risley Woman #1
Anthony Russell Local #1
David Dunard Pitchfork Napier

Technical Credits
Peter Markle Director
Peter Burrell Production Manager
John Carpenter Screenwriter
Vince Cresciman Production Designer
Ronald V. Garcia Cinematographer
Bill Phillips Screenwriter
Stephen E. Rivkin Editor
Tommy Lee Wallace Screenwriter
William Olvis Score Composer

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El Diablo 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Better than blazing saddles! Funny with unsuspected ending. I saw it years ago and enjoyed it even more the second time. Ownership has let me enjoy this movie over and over.