Thursday, December 30, 2010


Se t’incontro, t’ammazzo - Italian title
Morder pa jagt - Danish title
Se je te recontre, je te tue - French title
Unerbittlich bits in Grab - German title
Hevn til siste kule - Norwegian title
Si te encuentro te mato - Spanish title
Finders Killers - English title

A 1971 Italian production [Minerva Film, Rieti Film (Rome)]
Producer: Fernando Morbis
Director: Gianni Crea
Story: Fabio Piccioni
Screenplay: Fabio Piccioni
Cinematography: Vitaliano Natalucci, Giovanni Variano [Eastmancolor, widescreen]
Music: Stelvio Cipriani
Running time: 93 minutes

Jack Forrest/Dean - Donald O’Brien (Donal O’Brien)
Chris Forrest/Dean - Gordon Mitchell (Charles Pendleton)
saloon girl - Femi Benussi (Eufemia Benussi)
Grendel/Parker - Mario Brega
Dexter - Dean Stratford (Dino Stano)
Lisa - Pia Giancaro (Maria Giamporcaro)
Olsen - Gennarion Pappagalli (Primo Di Gennaro)
with: Emilio Messina, Alessandro Perella, Lorenzo Fineschi

After his farm is burned, and his parents killed by a gang of outlaws led by Grendel who is working for a man called Dexter. Jack Forrest/Dean goes in search of the murderers. Dexter gets hold of a gold shipment and kills the gang but ends up face to face with Jack who kills him. Continuing his search for Grendel he is almost seduced by the beautiful and charming Lisa who is the niece of a man named Parker who owns a bank with a man named Olsen, which is now in a state of crisis. Parker looks harmless and meek but ends up killing his partner Olsen with a pickaxe and it is revealed he is actually Grendel who now goes crazy to protect the stolen gold cargo. Grendel is finally killed by a mysterious character who turns out to be Jack’s brother Chris.

1 comment:

  1. Biltmore: German title should read Unerbittlich bis in Grab not Unerbittlich bits in Grab. Relentless to the Grave.