Monday, November 8, 2010


La taglia è tua... l'uomo l'ammazzo io - Italian title
El Puro se sienta, espera y dispara - Spanish title
El Puro - O Procurado - Brazilian title
El Puro, la rancon est pour toi - French title
The Rewards Yours... The Man’s Mine - English title
El Puro - English title

A 1969 Italian, Spanish co-production [Filmar C.C. (Rome), IFI Espana (Madrid)]
Producer: Gino Rossi
Director: Edward G. Muller (Edoardo Mulargia)
Story: Fabrizio Gianni, Fabio Piccioni
Screenplay: Ignacio F. Iquino, Fabrizio Gianni, Fabio Piccioni, Edoardo Mulargia
Cinematography: Antonio L. Ballesteros (Antonio Lopez Ballesteros), Edoardo Mulargia [Ferraniacolor, Cromoscope]
Music: Alessandro Alessandroni
Running time: 121 minutes

Joe Bishop/’El Puro’ - Robert Woods
Dolph - Maurizio Bonuglia
Tim - Mario Brega
Rosie - Rosalba Neri
Cassidy - Aldo Berti
Fernando - Fabrizio Gianni
Babe - Mariangela Giordana (Maria Giordana)
Gypsy Boots - Ashborn Hamilton Jr. (Marco Fiorini)
Specs - Gustavo Re
Charlie - Angelo Desi (Angelo Desideri)
Antonio - Giusva Fioravanti (Giuseppe Fioravanti)
saloon owner - Lisa Seagram
with: Attilio Dottesio, César Ojinaga, Fernando Rubio

El Puro, a once feared gunfighter, is living in a border town. The famous gunman is now an alcoholic and is abused by the populace at every turn. His only friend is a saloon girl named Rosie. She takes care of him and hopes to save enough money for the two of them to go away together. Meanwhile, and escaped convict name Gypsy Boots arrives in town with his gang of killers. Gypsy is looking for El Puro to settle an old score and collect the $10,000 bounty on his head. Gypsy is a pathetic character himself who is haunted by his former reputation which he can no longer live up to. Rosie protects El Puro at the cost of her life which finally brings the man to his senses and he faces the gang to avenge her death.

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