Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia
Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia is a 1974 Mexican-American neo-Western film directed by Sam Peckinpah, co-written by Peckinpah and Gordon Dawson from a story by Peckinpah and Frank Kowalski, and starring Warren Oates and Isela Vega, with Robert Webber, Gig Young, Helmut Dantine, Emilio Fernández and Kris Kristofferson in supporting roles.
Teresa, the pregnant teenage daughter of a powerful Mexican crime lord known only as , is summoned before her father and interrogated as to the identity of her unborn child's father. Under torture, she identifies the father as Alfredo Garcia, whom El Jefe had been grooming to be his successor. Infuriated, El Jefe offers a $1 million bounty to whoever will "bring me the head of Alfredo Garcia".
|editor||Dennis E. Dolan Garth Craven Robbe Roberts Sergio Ortega|
|genre||action thriller western|
|keywords||ambush army officer baptism blow out bounty bury business card business suit church claim clean contract killing crime lord decapitate dig donnie fritts drive groom hacienda hit men hotel room how to id journey home kill machine gun making money married mexican mexico city nothing pregnant teen rape retire road trip shoot station wagon sub-machine gun summon teenage daughter u.s. army united states army|
|productionCompany||Estudios Churubusco Optimus Films|