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Desperado (May-1995)

Director: Robert Rodriguez

Writer: Robert Rodriguez

Music by: Los Lobos

Producers: Bill Borden; Robert Rodriguez

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Mexico, Knife Throwing

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Joaquim de Almeida
15-Mar-1957   Clear and Present Danger
Antonio Banderas
10-Aug-1960   Zorro
Steve Buscemi
13-Dec-1957   Reservoir Dogs
Carlos Gomez
1-Jan-1962   Carlos Sanchez on The Glades
Salma Hayek
2-Sep-1966   Frida
Cheech Marin
13-Jul-1946   The stoned half of Cheech and Chong
Quentin Tarantino
Film Director
27-Mar-1963   Pulp Fiction
Danny Trejo
16-May-1944   Ex-con turned character actor


Antonio Banderas   ...   El Mariachi
Joaquim de Almeida   ...   Bucho
Salma Hayek   ...   Carolina
Steve Buscemi   ...   Buscemi
Cheech Marin   ...   Short Bartender
Quentin Tarantino   ...   Pick-up Guy
Carlos Gomez   ...   Right Hand
Tito Larriva   ...   Tavo
Angel Aviles   ...   Zamira
Danny Trejo   ...   Navajas
Abraham Verduzco   ...   Niņo
Carlos Gallardo   ...   Campa
Albert Michel, Jr.   ...   Quino
David Alvarado   ...   Buddy
Angela Lanza   ...   Tourist Girl
Mike Moroff   ...   Shrug
Robert Arevalo   ...   Opponent
Gerardo Moscoso   ...   Priest
Peter Marquardt   ...   Moco
Consuelo Gomez   ...   Domino
Jaime de Hoyos   ...   Bigoton
Cristos   ...   Cristos
Richie Gaona   ...   Case Opener
Mark Dalton   ...   Fighting Barfly
Tommy Nix   ...   Fighting Barfly
Patricia Vonne   ...   Bar Girl
Elizabeth Rodriguez   ...   Mariachi Fan


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