Released in May of 1968 in the USA, "Buckskin" (also known as "Shadok", "Frontiersman, The") is a Western film . Barry Sullivan and Joan Caulfield are starring, alongside Wendell Corey, John Russell, Barbara Hale and Barton MacLane.
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When was "Buckskin" released:
Buckskin was first released in the United States on May, 1968.. This was fifty-one (51) years ago.
It has been released on Friday, December 06, 1968 in Germany.
Who is at the casting of "Buckskin":
At the casting of Buckskin we find Barry Sullivan, previously seen in How to Steal the World (1968) and An American Dream (1966); Joan Caulfield (Red Tomahawk (1967), The Rains of Ranchipur (1955)); Wendell Corey (Red Tomahawk (1967), Waco (1966)) [ more... ]
- George Chandler and Barton MacLane, Bill Williams, Richard Arlen also appeared in Law of the Lawless, released in 1964.
- Joan Caulfield, Wendell Corey and Richard Arlen also appeared together in Red Tomahawk, released in 1967.
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