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Charro! (1969) – THE STILLS


By Bob Pakes

Original stills from his 29th movie.
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5 Comments Post a comment
  1. No comments yet?! Not even from Charro’s number 1 fan, Gerrit?!
    Too busy on Facebook, Gerrit? : )

    October 4, 2013
  2. Gerrit de Jong #

    Well ok … it is suprising to see how much promotion went along with the Charro title … National General Pictures realy made a great effort to promote this different kind of an Elvis film … looking at the stills its surprising to see how many show Elvis with just a plain white shirt, I asked co star Solomon Sturges about this and he does remember the extreme heat during the making of the movie … it is likely that the stills from Charro wearing the white shirt only are rehearsals … by the way Elvis nickname for Solomon was Billy Sol … Wanted 10.000 Dollars reward … Jess Wade, American, six foot two, dark hair, Fair Complexes … The rest is history.

    October 4, 2013
  3. r&b #

    I really don’t think Elvis was 6 foot 2. Wasn’t he barely 6 feet? Why is that so often quoted as his height?

    October 5, 2013
    • Gerrit de Jong #

      I’m only quoting the script from Charro :-)

      October 5, 2013
  4. The high heel spanish like cowboy boots added the 2 extra inches…Just like the white boots on stage in the 70s.

    October 6, 2013

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