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First Charge of the Machete (1969)

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Genre:Drama
Release Date:January 1, 1969
Running time:80 minutes
Cast:Adolfo Llauradó, José Rodríguez, Idalia Anreus, Eslinda Núñez, Pablito Milanés
Director:Manuel Octavio Gomez
Writer:Alfredo L. Del Cueto, Julio García Espinosa

Description: Both Spanish soldiers and Cuban peasants recall the bloody attack by machete-slicing Cubans in the late 19th century. The officers discuss the attack and the implications their defeat will have as they dread the review from Madrid. Soon Cuba would break away from Spain, largely with the help of William Randolph Hearst who helped to facilitate the Spanish-American War. The film also goes over the history, use and care of the machete, which came out of the sugar cane fields to become a deadly weapon of hand-to-hand combat.~ Dan Pavlides, All Movie Guide

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