18 certificateChato's Land is a Film programme that first aired in 1972 and has been classified a 18 certificate.

Chato's Land is a 3 star programme

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Chato's Land (1972)

Directed by
Michael Winner

Director Michael Winner's most famous movie was the "vigilante" genre-creating revenge film Death Wish. It prompted countless carbon copies, the quality of which were often poor including the sequels Winner himself made: The terrible Death Wish II and the ugly Death Wish III.

Two other notable films Winner made before his big success were the entertaining action film The Mechanic and the the bleak Western Chato's Land, both of which star Charles Bronson.

Chato's Land tells the story of Chato (Charles Bronson), a half-breed Apache, who is on the run from a 13-man posse, because a man he killed in self-defence was the town Sheriff. Vowing to avenge the death of their fallen constable, the posse follow Chato into the wilderness. Living off the land, he outwits the riders tracking him, picking them off one by one.

Written by

Genre: Film

Running Time: 100 minutes (approx)

Production Year: 1972

3/5 Stars

Classification: 18 Certificate

Filmed in Colour


Image for Charles BronsonCharles Bronson...Pardon Chato
Image for Jack PalanceJack Palance...Capt. Quincey Whitmore
Image for Richard BasehartRichard Basehart...Nye Buell
James Whitmore...Joshua Everette
Simon Oakland...Jubal Hooker
Ralph Waite...Elias Hooker
Richard Jordan...Earl Hooker
Victor French...Martin Hall
Sonia Rangan...Chato's woman
William Watson...Harvey Lansing
Roddy Mcmillan...Gavin Malechie
Paul Young...Brady Logan
Raúl Castro...Mexican scout
Lee Patterson...George Dunn
Roland Brand