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Sherry Lansing in Rio Lobo (1970).

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Sherry Lansing in Rio Lobo (1970).   Her acting career was brief, only one other credit, but her career in film includes being the first woman CEO at a major Hollywood studio, Paramount, and President of Production at 20th Century Fox.

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Jennifer O’Neil in Rio Lobo (1970)

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Susana Dosamantes and Jorge Rivero in Rio Lobo (1970)

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Jennifer O’Neill as Shasta Delaney in Rio Lobo (1970)

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Jorge Rivero and Jennifer O’Neil in Rio Lobo (1970)

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Susana Dosamantes and Jennifer O’Neil in Rio Lobo (1970)

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Sherry Lansing in Rio Lobo (1970)

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Susana Dosamantes as Maria Carmen in Rio Lobo (1970).  Susana was born in Guadalajara and has 66 acting credits, from 1969 to 2019.  Most of all her credits are on Mexican tv.

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one civil war costume in Rio Lobo (1970)

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Christopher Mitchum in Rio Lobo (1970).  His father, the much more well known Robert Mitchum, was in Howard Hawks’ previous film, El Dorado, and had a part in Howard Hawks’ World War II production Corvette K225 (1943).

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Jack Elam and Jorge Rivero in Rio Lobo (1970)

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Howard Hawks did not appreciate Jennifer O’Neill’s diva attitude while filming Rio Lobo (1970), so he did his best to make all her shots uncomplimentary.

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Jorge Rivero, Jennifer O’Neill and Sherry Lansing in Rio Lobo (1970).   The casting wasn’t the best, as Howard Hawks always liked to have another strong male character opposite John Wayne, and Jennifer O’Neill had the look but not the talent.  Still, the acting was much better than his 60’s flop. Red Line 7000.

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extras in a scene from Rio Lobo (1970)