Tuesday, October 20, 2009


Un bounty killer a Trinità – Italian title
Tueur a cages a trinita – French title
Bounty Killer a Trinita – French title
Un bounty-killer en Trinita – Spanish title
Un asesino en Trinidad – Spanish title
Kopfgeld – German title
Kopfgeld für einen Killer – German title
Bounty Hunter in Trinity – U.K. title
A Bounty Killer for Trinity – U.S.A. title

A 1972 Italian production [Transglobe Italiana (Rome)]
Producer: Oscar Santaniello
Director: Oscar Faradine (Aristide Massaccesi)
Story: Joe D’Amato (Aristide Massaccesi), Romano Scandariato
Screenplay: Joe D’Amato (Aristide Massaccesi), Romano Scandariato
Cinematography: Joe D’Amato (Aristide Massaccesi) [Telecolor, CinemaScope]
Music: Vassil Kojucharov (Vassili Kojucharov)
Running time: 87 minutes

Alan Boyd - Jeff Cameron (Goffredo Scarciofolo)
Pizzaro - Attilio Dottesio
Ramon Sancho - Paul Cren (Enzo Pulcrano)
Annie - Carla Mancini
Pablo Sancho - Ted Jones (Calogero Caruana)
Sam’s daughter - Pati Minar (Marina Rabbissi)
sheriff - Emanuele Seguino
town council member - Antonio Cantafora
gravedigger - Ari Hanow
dunken thug - Xiro Papas
with; Silvio Klein, Gilberto Galimberti

The town of Trinity is invaded by Mexican bandits led by the Sancho brothers, Ramon and Pedro, who rob, kill and terrorize the town. Aided by their informer and accomplice Pizzaro, who runs the local saloon but who wants to run the rest of the town. The local sheriff is inept to handle the situation and when a federal marshal is sent in to help he is ambushed and killed. Desperate, the town folk of Trinity hire a notorious bounty killer to rid a town of a gang of Mexicans. Alan Boyd is more of a killing machine than a bounty hunter and one who enjoys his profession to the hilt. He demands money up front plus the rewards on all the gangs heads. The tricks of his tread are a crossbow mounted with a telescope and of course the always efficient dynamite which he has attached to some of his arrows. When the job is completed he's contacted by a neighboring town who need him to rid their village of a band of Mexicans.

Youtube link: www.youtube.com/watch?v=WvFSwzho3ao


  1. This film has some footage in it from BLACK KILLER, or vice versa. I'm not sure which came first.

  2. You're correct Bob the same outlaw gang are in both films so some of the same footage can be seen in both films.