Saturday, July 3, 2010


I morti non si contano – Italian title
Quien grita venganza? – Spanish title
Les pistoleros du Nevada – French title
L’homme du Nevada – French title
An den Galgen Bastardo! – German title
Dois homens e uma arma – Portuguese title
Duell i Blakstone Hill – Swedish title
Dod Man Pratar Inte – Swedish title
Cry for Revenge – English title
The Dead are Countless – English title
Dead Men Don’t Count – English title

A 1968 Spanish, Italian co-production [Tritone Filmindustria (Rome), Copercines, Cine Espana (Madrid)]
Producer: Eduardo Manzanos
Director: Rafael R. Marchent (Rafael Romero Marchent)
Story: Marco Leto, Vittorio Salerno
Screenplay: Marco Leto, Rafael R. Marchent (Rafael Romero Marchent), Vittorio Salerno
Cinematography: Aldo Ricci [Eastmancolor, Techniscope]
Music: Marcello Giombini
Running time: 94 minutes

Fred Dannon/Dalton - Anthony Steffen (Antonio de Teffe)
Johnny Dannon Dalton - Mark Damon (Alan Herskovitz)
Steve/Edward Rodgers - Luis Induni (Luigi Radici)
Widow Reed - Maria Martin (Maria Vargas)
Elisabeth Forrest - Dianik Zurakowska (Dyanik Zurakovska)
Sheriff Bob Watson - Piero Lulli (Giusva Lulli)
Gregory Lassiter - Raf Baldassarre (Rafaele Baldassarre)
Anderson - Luis Bar-Boo (Luis Barboo)
Forrest - Barta Barry (Bernabe Barri)
Jonathan Richoffer/Staufer Jesus Guzman (Jesus Areta)
Forrest's son Carlos R. Marchent (Carlos Romero Marchent)
George Wright Miguel Del Castillo
Jake Logan Josè Marco (Josè Rosello)
with; Miguel Arbó, Fabian Conde, Guillermo Méndez, Giovanni Petti (Giovanni Petrucci), Alfonso de la Vega

A gang of outlaws are terrorizing the ranchers of Blakestone Hill. Anyone who refuses to sell their land over to the outlaw gang are founded brutally murdered. Two young bounty hunters Johnny and Fred are enticed into pursuing the reward offered for the capture or killing of the gang. Rodgers a Blakestone Hill businessman is soon identified as the leader of the outlaws. The gang is rooted out through a number of maneuvers put forth by the two bounty hunters. A turn of events proves beneficial to Rodgers when he learns Johnny is actually the son of the widow Reed whom she apparently abandoned him at an early age.

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