Sunday, September 19, 2010


Djurado – Italian title
El Djurado – French title
Viva caballeros – Greek title
Jim Golden Poker – Spanish title
El Djurado – Spanish title
Johnny Golden Poker – English title
Djurado – English title

A 1966 Italian, Spanish co-production [Studio 7 (Rome), Astro Film (Madrid)]
Producer: E. Fegarotti, M. Di Rienzo, Ricardo Sanz
Director: John Farrell (Giovanni Narzisi)
Story: William Menzel (William Azzella), Federico De Urrutia, Giovanni Narzisi
Screenplay: William Menzel (William Azzella), Federico De Urrutia, Giovanni Narzisi
Cinematography: Miguel Fernandez Mila [Eastmancolor, Widescreen]
Music: Gianni Ferrio (Giovanni Ferrio)
Song: “Solo il vento so la” sung by Gianni Meccia
Running time: 88 minutes

Djurado/Jim Golden Poker - Montgomery Clark (Dante Posani)
Barbara Donovan - Scilla Gabel (Scilla Gabellini)
Tucan/Duncan - Luis Induni (Luigi Radici)
Mitzy - Margaret Lee (Margaret Box)
Thomas’ wife - Mary Jordan (Maria Angela Giordano)
sheriff - Isarco Ravaioli
Ricky - Gianni Meccia
Tucan’s woman - Mirella Pamphili
Town drunk - Loris Bazzocchi
Tucan henchman - Rick Boyd (Federico Boido)
with; Peter Adamov, Goyo Lebrero, Lorenzo Fineschi

In the town of Silver Mine a gun slinging professional gambler named Djurado who wins half-ownership of a saloon in a poker game. The other half-owner is named Barbara Donovan. The local town boss Duncan is trying to get control of the saloon because it is built over a gold deposit. Djurado is accused of a hold-up, Mitzy is kidnapped and other despicable acts are perpetrated by Duncan in order to obtain the saloon. While battling with Duncan, our hero wins the heart of Barbara and brings peace back to the town.

1 comment:

  1. Moro no Brasil, em Natal, vi este filme na minha infância, uma experiência inesquecível encontrar informações do filme aqui. Sou fã do spaghetti italiano.
    Ailton Medeiros
    Natal - Brasil


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