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Original Outtakes from Bandolero!

Austin History Center - Texas Motion Picture Service Collection

Silent | 1968

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    A 1968 Western directed by Andrew McLaglen and starring James Stewart, Dean Martin, Raquel Welch, and George Kennedy, Bandolero! was filmed at Alamo Village in Bracketville, the set for John Wayne's Alamo. This behind the scenes footage from the film's production captures the cast and crew on set.