[I intend to open a series of threads on players from the Barcelona western]
Barrel-chested, with long, tousled hair, a moustache and drooping eyes, he alternated pro-wrestling with acting, and, as “Navarro Moyán”, he appears to have made his debut playing a nineteenth-century Spanish bandit in Iquino’s El ultimo cuartel (1966), a patriotic film on the foundation of the Guardia Civil. He went on to appear in several Barcelona-made SWs in the early seventies, usually as a minor villain. Sometimes billed as “Navarro Moyán”, he has been mistaken on occasions for Gaspar “Indio” González, who likewise mustached and long-haired. Roles include the big guy who Robert Woods slaps in the face to no avail in Four Candles for my Colt.