Old Shatterhand (film)  

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The film Old Shatterhand (known as Apaches Last Battle in the UK) is a very successful Eurowestern based on the character Old Shatterhand invented by German novelist Karl May. It is a French, Italian, Yugoslavian, West German co-production. With about 5,000,000 DM in production the film was the most expensive Karl-May-Western. Composer Riz Ortolani was even allowed to use a chorus for his film score. Part of the set for this production was the Plitvice Lakes National Park in in Croatia.

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