Rio Lobo

Men in groups, seen here in Rio Lobo (1970), are a recurring theme in the films of Howard Hawks, dating back to his first sound film, The Dawn Patrol (1930).

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Jennifer O’Neill, Jorge Rivero, Sherry Lansing and John Wayne in a scene from Rio Lobo (1970)

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Jack Elam points his rifle at John Wayne in a scene from Rio Lobo (1970) with Jennifer O’Neill and Jorge Rivero

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Jorge Rivero in Rio Lobo (1970)

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John, Jennifer and Jorge in Rio Lobo (1970)

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Jorge Rivero and John Wayne in Rio Lobo (1970).  Looking at foreign actors, Howard Hawks had more success with Gerard Blaine and Hardy Kruger in Hatari (1962) than with Jorge Rivero in Rio Lobo.

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John Wayne, Jorge Rivero and Jack Elam in an original publicity still for Rio Lobo (1970)

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John Wayne leads the troops in Rio Lobo (1970)

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Jorge Rivero in Rio Lobo (1970)

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Jorge Rivero, Christopher Mitchum. John Wayne and Jack Elam in Rio Lobo (1970)

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Jorge Rivero in Rio Lobo (1970)

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Jorge Rivero and Christopher Mitchum in Rio Lobo (1970)

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Jorge Rivero in Rio Lobo (1970)