"Charro" co-starred Ina Balin, Victor French, Barbara Werle, and Solomon Sturges. The film was directed by Charles Marquis Warren.
Elvis Presley's character: Jess Wade is innocently accused of having stolen a cannon from the Mexican revolutionary forces. He tries to find the real culprits, a gang of criminals.
Originally, this movie was written for western star Clint Eastwood and the title was "Come Hell, Come Sundown" but because of a contract dispute with Paramount, Clint was barred from working with National General Pictures at the same time. Once Eastwood pulled out of the film most of the financial backers went too. Even though Elvis was a big name, the western movie industry didn't have confidence he could pull off the role of a rough and tough cowboy. Weeks before filming began, the directors and producers decided to change the name of the movie from 'Come Hell, Come Sundown' to a more toned down title that fit Presley's soft spoken persona.
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