Tony Curtis presents this Charles Bronson double bill.
Chino (1973) Bronson is Chino, a 'half-indian' horse rancher in New Mexico who takes in a teenage runaway, played by Vincent Van Patten. He clashes with Maral, a wealthy breeder (Narcel Bozzuffi) and falls in love with Moral's sister (Jill Ireland). When Maral sees what is going on, he has Chino beaten up and jailed. In an interesting departure from the vengence-obsessed killer seen so many times before and since, Bronson plays a sensitive man who wants only to be left alone. This important film in Bronson's career is also know as Valdez, the halfbreed.
Man with Camera (1958) Charles Bronson plays Mike Kovac, a photographer covering an election in Rome. Before leaving town, he takes some pictures during a garden party, when he abruptly gets stopped, then pushed in the pool. Kovac would soon find out why, as he gets involved with an old love, spies on an international con artist, and avoids some hairy situations in his search for the truth.