|Directed by||Nathan Juran|
(as Nathan H. Juran)
|Screenplay by||Ken Pettus|
|Story by||Ken Pettus|
Jesse Lasky Jr.
|Produced by||Charles H. Schneer|
|Edited by||Archie Lusky|
(as A. Ludski)
|Music by||Bruno Nicolai|
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures|
Land Raiders is a 1970 American Technicolor Western film directed by Nathan Juran and starring Telly Savalas, George Maharis, Arlene Dahl and Janet Landgard. It was produced by Charles H. Schneer, who was best known for producing most of Ray Harryhausen's features, three of which were also directed by Juran.
Vince Carden's hatred for Indians has caused an estrangement from his brother Paul and disappointment from wife Martha. A wagon train joined by Paul is attacked by braves in retaliation for a raid by Vince, and the only survivor besides Paul is a woman, Kate Mayfield, returning home from her education back East.
Vince organizes one more attack, pitting him against not only the Indians but his own brother.
- Telly Savalas as Vince Cardenas
- George Maharis as Paul Cardenas
- Arlene Dahl as Martha Cardenas
- Janet Landgard as Kate Mayfield
- Guy Rolfe as Major Tanner
- Paul Picerni as Carney
- Phil Brown as Sheriff John Mayfield
- George Coulouris as Cardenas
- H.P Picerni as Arturo
- Jocelyn Lane as Luisa Rojas
- Fernando Rey as Priet
- Robert Carricart as Julio Rojas
- John Clark as Ace
- Charles Stalmaker as Frank Willis (as Charles Stalnaker)
- Marcella Saint-Amant as Luisa Montoya (as Marcella St. Amant)
- Gustavo Rojo as Indio
- Dan Pavlides. "Land Raiders (1970) - Nathan Juran - Synopsis, Characteristics, Moods, Themes and Related - AllMovie". AllMovie. Retrieved 26 September 2015.