Tuesday, October 6, 2009

THE BOLDEST JOB IN THE WEST

El más fabuloso golpe del Far West – Spanish title
Nevada – Italian title
Hold-Up à Sun Valley – French title
O golpe mais fabuloso do oeste – Brazilian title
Suuri pankkiryöstö - Finnish title
Det stora bankrånet – Swedish title
The Boldest Job in the West – English title

A 1971 Spanish, Italian, French co-production [Promofilm (Barcelona), Action Film (Rome), Les Films Number One (Paris)]
Producers: José María Caracasoma, Pierre Kalfon
Director: José Antonio (José Hernandez)
Story: José Antonio de la Loma (José Hernandez)
Screenplay: José Antonio de la Loma (José Hernandez)
Cinematography: Hans Burmann (Hans Sánchez), Antonio Millan (Antonio Albinana) [Eastmancolor]
Music: Stelvio Cipriani
Song: “They Call it Gold” sung by Don Powell
Running time: 101 minutes

Cast:
Michigan - Mark Edwards
Marion - Carmen Sevilla (Maria Galisteo)
El Reyes - Fernando Sancho (Fernando Les)
Poldo - Charley Bravo (Ramon Bravo)
Jeremiah - Piero Lulli (Giusva Lulli)
Budd - Yvan Varella
Sophia - Barbara Carrol
Lupe - Patty Shepard
Sergeant Jess Calloway - Frank Braña (Francisco Pérez)
Deputy Ronny - Poldo Bendandi
Changito - Juanito Santiago
Little Steve – Fernando Bilbao
with; Ivan Roberto, Mercedes Linter, Jaime Picas, A. Lintermans (Aurelien Lintermans), Osvaldo Genazani

A gang of seven outlaws devise a plan to rob the bank of Sun Valley. Their intention is to blow out the floor of the bank from a tunnel dug under the street to retrieve the safe. To accomplish this they blow up several of the town's buildings as a diversionary tactic. Each gang member has a specific task to do during the robbery and everything goes as planned. The gang rides off to their hideout cabin in the nearby snowy mountains. Then the tension starts and one of the outlaws gets greedy and steals the loot. A shootout between the gang ensues and the horse carrying the bank money returns to Sun Valley. Reyes, one of the bandits, follows the horse trying to retrieve the money but when he's seen in town he's given a hero's welcome for getting the money back.

Youtube link: www.youtube.com/watch?v=wYqHfMesXYA

1 comment:

  1. José Antonio de la Loma, grande de la dirección.

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