Rain for a Dusty Summer, aka Guns of the Revoludion (December 15, 1971)

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Rain for a Dusty Summer
 

Released on December 15, 1971: A lighthearted historic adventure about the last priest in Mexico, José Ramón Miguel Agustín Pro Juárez, aka Blessed Miguel Pro, in the early 1900's.

Produced by G.B. Buscemi

Directed by Arthur Lubin

The Actors: Ernest Borgnine (the General), Humberto Almazan (Miguel Pro), Sancho Gracia (Humberto Pro), Aldo Sambrell (Colonel Marinos), Harry Harris (Joe Weiler), Nela Conjiu (Senora Pro), Carlos Casaravilla (Captain Lerrera), Vicente Sangiovanni (Luis Vilches), Maida Severn (Senora Altera), Gemma Cuervo (Leureta), Marta Flores (Margarita), Tina Sainz (Anna Pro), Asuncion Vitoria (Nita), Florencio Calpe (Rector), Martin Porras (Roberto Pro), Manuel Bronchud (news vendor)

 
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Hogan's Heroes in Mexico

Okay . . . real quickly before the actual description of this adventure . . . For those of you who remember the comedy television show from the late 1960's about prisoners of war in Stalag 17, here is the comparison for this adventure: Colonel Klink from Hogan's Heroes is Ernest Borgnine . . . Humberto Almazan, as Father Miguel Pro, is Colonel Hogan . . . Colonel Marinos in this adventure is the Sergeant Shultz character . . . Now back to our adventure from the Mexican Revolution. As the adventure opens the Mexican General, played by Ernest Borgnine, is ranting that he will bring change to Mexico - he will help the poor Mexican people in two ways . . . First he will destroy the wealthy people who only throw pennies to the poor, and he will also destroy the Church, killing every priest who deludes the poor with stories of hope. Every priest in Mexico is killed or driven from the country, and our hero Miguel, played by Father Humberto Almazán, is trying to decide whether to become a priest or not. After watching the shooting of a Bishop he decides to travel to California and become a priest. When Father Miguel Pro returns to Mexico as an ordained priest he discovers that he is the only priest in the entire country of Mexico. He goes undercover with the help of the people, always a few steps ahead of the General and Colonel Marinos, who are trying to find him and kill him, in the lighthearted style of the old Hogan's Heroes situation comedy. Based on a real historic priest, this is a masterful way to present a deadly serious slice of history, with enough comedy and intrigue to keep all of the non-religious viewers fully entertained. Finally, after serving the people of Mexico by performing secret weddings, baptisms and such, Father Miguel Pro, the last priest in Mexico, is captured by the General, and on a warm, dusty summer morning is led to a courtyard to face a firing squad. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the revolution.

Ernest Borgnine as the General
Ernest Borgnine as the General
Aldo Sambrell and Maida Severn
Aldo Sambrell and Maida Severn
Aldo Sambrell
Aldo Sambrell
Asuncion Citoria and Humberto Almazan
Asuncion Citoria and Humberto Almazan
Carlos Casaravilla and Humberto Almazan
Carlos Casaravilla and Humberto Almazan
Carlos Casaravilla
Carlos Casaravilla
Ernest Borgnine
Ernest Borgnine
Ernest Borgnine, Aldo Sambrell and Harry Harris
Ernest Borgnine, Aldo Sambrell and Harry Harris
Ernest Borgnine and Aldo Sambrell
Ernest Borgnine and Aldo Sambrell
Ernest Borgnine
Ernest Borgnine
Ernest Borgnine
Ernest Borgnine
Gemma Cuervo
Gemma Cuervo
Gemma Cuervo
Gemma Cuervo
Harry Harris
Harry Harris
Harry Harris
Harry Harris
Humberto Almazán
Humberto Almazán
Humberto Almazán and Asunción Vitoria
Humberto Almazán and Asunción Vitoria
Humberto Almazán, Sancho Gracia and Nela Conjiu
Humberto Almazán, Sancho Gracia and Nela Conjiu
Humberto Almazán
Humberto Almazán
Maida Severn
Maida Severn
Maida Severn
Maida Severn
Manuel Bronchud and Humberto Almazán
Manuel Bronchud and Humberto Almazán
Manuel Bronchud
Manuel Bronchud
Martín Porras
Martín Porras
Nela Conjiu
Nela Conjiu
Nela Conjiu
Nela Conjiu
Sancho Gracia
Sancho Gracia
Tina Sáinz, Humberto Almazán and Martín Porras
Tina Sáinz, Humberto Almazán and Martín Porras
Tina Sáinz
Tina Sáinz
Vicente Sangiovanni
Vicente Sangiovanni
Vicente Sangiovanni and Aldo Sambrell
Vicente Sangiovanni and Aldo Sambrell
Vicente Sangiovanni
Vicente Sangiovanni