Saturday, March 27, 2010


Una colt in pugno al diavolo – Italian title
Un colt na mao do diabo – Brazilian title
Un colt dans le poing du diable – French title
Pronto Amigo – (Ein Colt in der Hand des Teufels) – German title
Seytanlar Vadisi – Turkish title
An Angel with a Gun is a Devil – English title
Devil was an Angel – English title
A Colt in the Hand of the Devil – English title

A 1967 Italian production [Epoca 67 Film (Rome)]
Producer: Sergio Bergonzelli
Director: Sergio Bergonzelli
Story: Sergio Bergonzelli
Screenplay: Sergio Bergonzelli, Ambrogio Molteni (Palmambrogio Molteni)
Cinematography: Aldo Greci [Technicolor, Techniscope]
Music: Giampiero Reverberi
Song: “The Devil was an Angel” sung by Mino Reitano
Running time: 98 minutes

Pat Scott/Scotty - Bob Henry (Robert Hensley)
El Condor/Il Capataz - George Wang (George Yie)
Maya - Marisa Solinas (Maria Solinas)
Janet - Lucretia Love (Lucrezia Love)
Dick Carson/Munoz - Jerry Ross (Gerardo Rossi)
General Scott - Luciano Benetti
Angel - Luciano Catenacci
telegrapher - Renato Chiantoni
El Condor/Il Capataz henchman - Brizio Montinaro,
soldier - Ivan G. Scratuglia
peon - Franco Gulà (Francesco Gulà)
El Condor/Il Capataz’s woman Laila Shed
with; Cam Anell, Artemio Antonini, Attilio Severini, Angelo Ragusa

Ex-Army captain Pat Scotty is hired to eliminate a gang of Mexican bandits led by El Condor. Pretending to be a miner in search of gold, Scotty craftily earns the trust of the bandits. With the help of a Mexican girl who has fallen in love with him, Pat is able to trap the gang and calls in the 7th cavalry for support. During his stay at the camp he has developed a genuine friendship and respect for El Condor. When he sees that El Condor has escaped the trap Scotty pursues him and when they confront each other a final duel takes place.

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