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Return of the Seven (1966) was a Western Film directed by Burt Kennedy and produced by Robert Goodstein and Ted Richmond.

Academy Awards 1966 --- Ceremony Number 39 (source: AMPAS)

Best Music - ScoringElmer BernsteinNominated

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Colbee: Had me a quiet woman once. Outside she was calm as Sunday. Inside, she was wild as mountain scenery. I'm going to ride back that way again.
Luis Emilio Delgado: Where's that?
Colbee: Sonora town.
Luis Emilio Delgado: I was there once.
Colbee: Once? You mean you didn't go back?
Luis Emilio Delgado: What for?
Colbee: Well, there's over ten head of females for every male in Sonora, that's for what. And I ought to know - I went through half of them one night. And I would have got around to the rest of 'em, if I hadn't pulled a leg muscle.

Chris: I'm not a religious man, Father, but I'll tell you this: they need you... more now than ever.
Priest: I've failed them.
Chris: You failed yourself. You got knocked down. Get up, Father... at least as far as your knees!

Colbee: How did I know she was married? Women aren't like cattle. They ain't got a brand on their hip to let you know when you're driving another man's stock.

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The second in the original series of four "Magnificent Seven" movies.
Yul Brynner insisted he would only make this film if Steve McQueen was not involved. McQueen felt the plot was too absurd and for this, and other reasons, was not interested anyway.
Although this film revisits the village from the first movie, it was shot in Spain, not Mexico. Among the many reasons were the difficulties that occurred between the American filmmakers and the Mexican crew and government censors during the shooting of the first film.
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