Hole, William Jr.

   William Hole, Jr., o Bill Hole, es un director de television que, como en muchos otros casos, realiza in cursiones en el mundo del largometraje. Se incluyen en su filmografia, ni extensa ni destacada, siete modestas peliculas de genero, una de las cuales es un western.
    Four Fast Guns. 1960. 72 minutos. Blanco y Negro. CinemaScope. Universal. James Craig, Martha Vickers, Edgar Buchanan.

English-Spanish dictionary of western films. 2014.

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