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Old gringo: originally released as motion pictures in 1989.
Geronimo, an American legend: originally released as motion pictures in 1993.
Old gringo based upon "Gringo viejo" by Carlos Fuentes.
Old gringo: music, Lee Holdridge.
Geronimo, an American legend: director of photography, Lloyd Ahern; music, Ry Cooder; editor, Freeman Davies.
Old gringo: Jane Fonda, Gregory Peck, Jimmy Smits.
Geronimo, an American legend: Jason Patric, Robert Duvall, Gene Hackman, Wes Studi, Rodney A. Grant, Matt Damon, Kevin Tighe.
Old gringo: "When school teacher Harriet Winslow goes to Mexico to teach, she is kidnapped by Gen. Tomas Arroyo and his revolutionaries. An aging American, Ambrose "Old Gringo" Bierce also in Mexico, befriends Gen. Arroyo and meets Harriet. Bierce is a famous writer, who knowing that he is dying, wishes to keep his identity secret so he can determine his own fate. Though he likes Arroyo, Bierce tries to provoke the General's anger whenever possible in an attempt to get himself killed, thus avoiding suffering through his illness. Winslow is intrigued by both Bierce and Arroyo, and the men are in turn attracted to her. She becomes romantically involved with Arroyo. When Winslow learns of Bierce's true identity (a writer whose work she has loved and respected for years), she is singlemindedly determined to fulfill his dying wish."--IMDB.
Geronimo: "Betrayed by the Army's legendary "Indian fighter," General George Crook, Geronimo leads a small band of warriors in escape. Pursued by a principled officer, a grizzled army scout, and a gung-ho West Point graduate, Geronimo evades capture through brilliant military strategy and cutthroat courage."--Container.
MPAA rating: R for Old gringo; PG-13 for Geromino.
Old gringo: DVD, region 1; anamorphic widescreen (1.85:1); LCRS (discrete sound).
Geronimo, an American legend: DVD, region 1; anamorphic widescreen (1.85:1); Dolby digital 5.1, Dolby surround
Old gringo: in English with optional English, French, Korean, and Spanish subtitles; Closed-captioned for the hearing-impaired.
Geronimo, an American legend: in English or dubbed French with optional English and French subtitles, Closed-captioned for the hearing-impaired.