Wednesday, December 9, 2009


Plomo sobre Dallas – Spanish title
Du plomb sur Dallas – French title
Prendi la colt e prega il padre tuo – Italian title
Bullets Over Dallas – English title

A 1970 Spanish, Italian co-production [Procensa (Madrid), Prestige Film (Rome)]
Producer: Rafael Duran
Director: Charles Thomas (José María Zabalza)
Story: Charles Thomas (José María Zabalza)
Screenplay: Charles Thomas (José María Zabalza)
Cinematography: Frank G. Morrol (Leopoldo Villaseñor Barco) [Technicolor, Cinescope]
Music: Henry Stafford (Ana Satrova)
Running time: 88 minutes

Ben Price/Bruce/Brice - Lawrence Hill (Carlos Quiney)
Ralston - Luis Induni (Luigi Radici)
Ellen/Helen - Susan Simmons (Marie-Claude Perin)
Perry Morse - Max Martin (Guillermo Mendez)
Burke - José Truchado (José Reyes)
with; Edward Hoover, Michael Rivers (Miguel de la Riva), Barbara Sullivan, Arthur Withman, Juan Cortes, Cesar Garcia, José Marco, Enrique Navarro, Javier Rivera, Ricardo Costa, Manuel Rojas, Derek Forsyth, J. Spinney, Bob Bateson

Railroad men become ruthless when taking over a rancher’s land. The purchase of farms that occupy land through which the new railroad is going to run causes diverse problems. Also, within that land is a gold mine which causes more disputes when a gold miner wants to give as a present a half interest to the father of his dead partner but soon realizes the man is an outlaw so he joins those opposed to him

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