Cabo Blanco (1980) The time is 1949. The arrival of a British scientific research ship to the tiny fishing village of Cabo Blanco, located on the sun beaten coast of Peru, ruffles the surface of the village calm. Gifford Hoyt (Charles Bronson), ex-patriot American, marlin fisherman and owner of the Club El Alto has come to Cabo Blanco to escape the world and its worries. But the arrival of the British ship, a beautiful French widow, Marie DeVries (Dominique Sanda), in search of the fate of her husband, and the ever menacing presence of ex-Nazi Gunther Beckdorff (Jason Robards) combine to throw the sleepy fishing village into a climax of explosive action and adventure. U.S. Marshall Charles Bronson plays a private in the army who, in a violent outbreak, decides to break away from military life. In a run that includes stealing a gun, shooting a sergeant, holding a girl hostage and holding up a gas station, he tries to figure a way out of town, while the U.S. Marshal is hot on his heels.