Monday, December 6, 2010


Los fabulosos de Trinidad - Spanish title
Los fabulosos de San Agustin - Spanish title
Alla larga amigos... oggi ho il grilletto facile - Italian title
Triniityn villi porukka - Finnish title
Fabuleux trinita - French title
Whisky, Plattfüße und harte Fäuste - German title
Trinity och hans vilda gang - Swedish title
With Friends, Nothing is Easy - English title
The Fabulous Trinity - English title

A 1972 Spanish, Italian co-production [IFISA (Barcelona), Admiral International Films (Rome)]
Producer: Ignacio F. Iquino (Ignacio Farres Iquino)
Director: Steve McCoy/Pedro L. Ramirez (Ignacio Iquino)
Story: Ignacio F. Iquino (Ignacio Farres Iquino), Jackie Kelly (Juliana de la Fuente)
Screenplay: Ignacio F. Iquino (Ignacio Farres Iquino), Jackie Kelly (Juliana de la Fuente)
Cinematography: Antonio Ballesteros, Jr. [Eastmancolor, Panavision]
Music: Enrique Escobar (Enrique Sotes)
Song: “Restless Hands”, "Waiting for the Man to Come" sung by John Campbell
Running time: 96 minutes

Scott - Richard Harrison
Colonel Jimenez - Fernando Sancho (Fernando Les)
Pinzo Trinidad - Chris Huerta (Crisanto Brieva)
Panza Trinidad - Richard Palance (Ricardo Diez)
Ponza Trinidad - Bob Garcy (Pablo Gonzalez)
Mr. Watts - Rex Gustafson (Gustavo Re)
Charles Wesley - Paul Stewart (Paul Sternberg)
Nora Vargas - Fanny Grey
prison guard - Fernando Rubio
with: John Torres (Juan Torres), Irene D’Astrea, Jack Zurban (Francisco Zurbano), César Ojinaga, Mike Morton (Miguel Muniesa), Juan Fernández, Ricardo Moyán, Luis Nonell (Lluís Nonell), Luis Oar, Margit Kocsis, Juan Antonio Rubio

In a Western town, Miss Nora Vargas, a beautiful bootlegger, meets Scott, a bounty hunter that goes to Mexico tracking down outlaws. While in Mexico, three gun smugglers arrested by the military for supplying weapons to General Zapata. They are put to hard labor in a prison camp, but are freed by their niece Nora, who has used all her skills of seduction to get them pardoned. But the guerrilla leader realizes the trap and now the three smugglers are considered fugitives pursued by the Mexican revolutionaries and also by Scott, because the law has put a price on their heads. Miss Vargas hopes to put her three uncles to work smuggling guns again but the weapons are stolen and Scott comes to the rescue capturing the thieves and riding off into the sunset with Nora.

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