Just got the messagé below in my inbox. Haven't had the time to check it out, but I guess you're interested. (And maybe that's Mr. Anthony on your pic?)Here's the email:The Cinema Snob published a new entry entitled "Brad Interviews Tony Anthony (Part 1 of 3)" on 3/13/2010 2:44:19 AM, written by thecinemasnob. Brad Interviews Tony Anthony (Part 1 of 3)Check out Part 1 of my Interview with legendary Spaghetti Western star/writer/producer Tony Anthony! In this section, we talk about Tony's start in movies, plus "The Stranger" Quadrilogy, and Tony's Zatoichi inspired western "Blindman."Permalink: thecinemasnob.com/2010/03/13/brad-interviews-tony-anthony-part-1-of-3.aspx
Sorry, the photo is not Tony Anthony.
It has gotta be Alberto Dell'Aqua.
Adrian is correct it's Alberto Dell'Acqua who doesn't look that much different then during his days in the Spaghettis.
It had to be Alberto Dell'Acqua. There's no doubt about it. He sometimes went under the name of Robert Widmark. I have at least three of his films:"Trinity and Sartana", (1972), "Boot Hill" (1969) and "A Minute To Pray, A Second To Die (1968) I wonder when he was born? Well, whoever got this right deserves a treat on me.