Monday, March 29, 2010


La Colt è la mia legge – Italian title
Le colt c’est ma loi – French title
La ley del colt – Spanish title
Stirb aufrecht, Gringo! – German title
Stirb aufrecht, Schurke – German title
Der Colt ist Mein – German title
O Ringo tha htypisi appose – Greek title
The Gun is My Law – Norwegian title
Silahim Kanunumdur – Turkish title
My Colt is the Law – U.K. title
My Gun is the Law – U.S.A. title
The Colt is My Law – U.S.A. title

A 1965 Italian, Spanish co-production [U.C.I., Cine 3 (Rome), Procensa, CC Trebol (Madrid)]
Producer: Vittorio Musy Glori, John Stolf
Director: Al Bradley (Alfonso Brescia)
Story: Al Bradley (Alfonso Brescia), Franco D’Este (Franco Cobianchi), Ramón Comas Turner (Ramon Turmes), Peter White (Adriano Micantoni), Mario Musy
Screenplay: Franco D’Este (Franco Cobianchi), Mario Musy, Ramón Comas Turner (Ramon Turmes), Alfonso Brescia
Cinematography: Eloy Mella [Eastmancolor, Widescreen]
Music: Carlos Castellanos Gómez, Carlo Savina
Running time: 92 minutes

Peter Webb/George Benson - Anthony Clark (Ángel Merino)
Lupe/Louise/Lisa O’Brien - Lucy Gilly (Luciano Gilli)
George/Peter Clinton - Michael Martin (Miguel de la Riva)
Henry/Sam O’Brien - Peter White (Franco Cobianchi)
Don Esteban - Grant Laramy (Germano Longo)
Stevens - Charles Johnson (Livio Lorenzon)
Doc - Pietro Tordi
O’Brien - Rafael Alcántara
Sam - Franco D’Este
Mark - Jim Clay (Aldo Cecconi)
engineer - José Riesgo (José Cortina)
with; Henry Colt (Enrico Musy), Milo Quesada (Raul Alonso), Nino Nini, Dan Silver, Stella Finney, Billy Ukmar (Bruno Ukmar, Enrico Glori

A stranger arrives in the border town of San Felipe, Texas. The area has been the scene of numerous robberies and assaults and no one is safe traveling the countryside. The stranger turns out to be a federal agent sent to track down and eliminate the lawless element in the territory. He rides around with a mask on (ala Zorro) to conceal his identity in order to help the ranchers and bring an end to the outlaw's rule.

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