Burn! (Queimada) 54 years old

The man who sells war.

Burn!

The professional mercenary Sir William Walker instigates a slave revolt on the Caribbean island of Queimada in order to help improve the British sugar trade. Years later he is sent again to deal with the same rebels that he built up because they have seized too much power that now threatens British sugar interests.

Credits

Burn! Cast

Name Character
Marlon Brando He was 46, 80 years old when he died as Sir William Walker
Dana Ghia She was 38, now 92 years old as Francesca
Renato Salvatori He was 37, 55 years old when he died as Teddy Sanchez
Norman Hill He was 37, 63 years old when he died as Shelton
Giampiero Albertini He was 42, 63 years old when he died as Henry Thompson
Joseph P. Persaud as Juanito
Evaristo Márquez He was 30, 73 years old when he died as José Dolores
Carlo Palmucci as Jack
Thomas Lyons He was 132, 66 years old when he died as Gen. Alonso Prada
Álvaro Medrano as Soldier
Valeria Ferran Wanani as Guarina

Burn! Crew

Name Department
Piero Gherardi as Art Direction. He was 60 (61) years old when He died Art
Sergio Canevari as Production Design. Art
Franco Solinas as Story. He was 43 (55) years old when He died Writing
Franco Solinas as Screenplay. He was 43 (55) years old when He died Writing
Ennio Morricone as Original Music Composer. He was 41 (91) years old when He died Sound
Alberto Grimaldi as Producer. He was 45 (now 99) years old Production
Marcello Gatti as Director of Photography. He was 46 (89) years old when He died Camera
Mario Morra as Editor. He was 35 (now 89) years old Editing
Gillo Pontecorvo as Director. He was 50 (86) years old when He died Directing
Gillo Pontecorvo as Story. He was 50 (86) years old when He died Writing
Giorgio Arlorio as Screenplay. He was 40 (90) years old when He died Writing
Giorgio Arlorio as Story. He was 40 (90) years old when He died Writing
Otello Spila as Camera Operator. Camera
Luigi Filippo Carta as Camera Operator. Camera
Elio Polacchi as Camera Operator. Camera
Burn! poster
Burn! (54 years)

The man who sells war.

  • Release day: Sunday, December 21, 1969
  • Runtime: 112 minutes