Sunday, July 25, 2010

DEATH ON HIGH MOUNTAIN

La morte sull alta’collina – Italian title
Sin aliento – Spanish title
Sol fiato sospeso – Spanish title
Les pistoleros del’Ouest – French title
Der Tod droben auf dem Hugel – German title
Death on High Hill – German title
Die Rechnung zahlt der Bounty-Killer German title
Matar não Matar – Portuguese title
Death on High Mountain – English title

A 1969 Italian, Spanish co-production [Concord Film (Rome), Copercines (Madrid)]
Producer: Bruno Turchetto, Ignacio Gutierrez
Director: Fred Ringold (Alfredo Medori)
Story: Enzo Cicea (Vincenzo Gicca Palli)
Screenplay: José Mallorquí Figuerola, Eduardo Manzanos Brochero
Photography: Julio Ortas Plaza [Eastmancolor, Cinemascope]
Music: Luis Enríquez (Luis Enríquez Bacalov)
Running time: 102 minutes

Cast:
Loring Vanderbuilt - Peter Lee Lawrence (Karl Hirenbach)
Mark Harrison/Francis Parker - Louis Dawson (Hector Gonzalez)
Braddock - Antonio Gradoli
General Valiente - Tano Cimarosa (Gaetano Ciseo)
Miss Braddock - Barbara Carrol
Stevens - Silvio Bagolini
sheriff - Giampiero Littera
pool player - Giovanni Pazzafini
Daphne - Agnès Spaak
Agustine - Jesús Guzmán (Jesús Areta)
Captain Young - Frank Braña (Francisco Perez)
Curling - Rafael Hernández
deputy - Romano Puppo
with; Empedocle Buzzanca, Josef Marco (José Rosello), Juan Antonio Elices, Alberto Plebani, Natale Nazzareno (Nazzareno Natale), Rufino Inglés (Rufino Garcia), Manuel Segura, Ricardo Valle, Antonio Pica (Antonio Serrano)


Mexican Revolutionary General Valiente and his gang try to rob the bank of Two Arrows while the town is attending a wedding. Two bystanders, Loring Vanderbuilt and Mark Harrison/Francis Parker, who are unknown to each other, trail the gang and recover the money, they then decide to keep the loot for themselves. Braddock who planned the robbery has Valiente arrested in order to find out where Vanderbuilt and Harrison/Parker may be hiding the loot.

2 comments:

  1. Portuguese title:
    MATAR OU NÃO MATAR

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  2. Thanks Antonio, title added to post and files.

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