Wednesday, March 16, 2011


Uno di più all'inferno - Italian title
Los machos - French title
Django - Melodie in Blei - German title
Enas akoma gia tin Kolasi - Greek title
Fotia apo dodeka pistolia - Greek title
O inferno para mais um - Portuguese title
Uno más al infierno - Spanish title
To Hell and Back - English title
One More to Hell - English title
Full House for the Devil - English title

A 1968 Italian production [Devon Film, Flora Film (Rome)]
Producers: Luciano Martino, Vittorio Martino, Leo Cevenini
Director: Sidney Lean (Giovanni Fago)
Story: Luciano Martino, Ernesto Gastaldi
Screenplay: Ernesto Gastaldi
Cinematography: Anton Giulio Borghese [Eastmancolor, Cromoscope]
Music: Nico Fidenco (Domenico Colarossi)
Song: “Forgive and Not Forget” sung by Gianni Davoli & 4x4 di Nora Orlandi
Running time: 93 minutes

Johnny King/Django - George Hilton (Jorge Hill y Lara)
Meredith - Paul Stevens (Paolo Gozlino)
Liz - Claudie Lange
Ernest Ward - Gérard Herter (Gerhard Herter)
George Ward - Paul Muller
Herman Ward - Jim Clay (Aldo Cecconi)
Gary - Carlo Gaddi
Pastor Steve MacGregor - Pietro Tordi
Bill - Lino Coletta (Pasquale Coletta)
Sean - Gill Roland (Gilberto Galimberti)
Mimi - Angela Ellison
marshal - Ferrucio Viotti
saloon girl - Krista Nell (Doris Kristanel)
banker - Renato Pinciroli
gunrunner - Silvio Bagolini
Ward henchman - Freddy Unger (Goffredo Unger)
Meredith henchman - Ugo Adinolfi
with: Rex Purdom, Adriana Giuffre, Robert Anthony (Espartaco Santoni), Adolfo Belletti, Mirko Valentin, Rodolfo Valadier, Franco Aloisi, Pino Sciacqua (Giuseppe Sciacqua), Spartaco Conversi

A small town in the West is dominated by the Ward family, consisting of three brothers, one of which, Ernest, is a former bounty-killer. The Wards are complete masters of the city, except for the ranch of a Protestant pastor, who has an adopted son, Johnny King, who is an excellent shot. Johnny is also known for his many love affairs, on account of which, one day, he is arrested. Johnny meets his cell mate Meredith, a bandit who is waiting to be hanged. Meredith along with Johnny escape with the help of the outlaw’s henchmen. At the gangs hideout Johnny meets Liz, the woman of Gary, the violent right arm of Meredith. Then the young man agrees to take part in a robbery to stay next to Liz and proposes a cunning plan. The robbery, in fact, is completed with no casualties, but the battle between Gary and Johnny is inevitable. Johnny has the upper hand, and leaves with Liz. Back in town, knowing that his stepfather was killed by Ward, Johnny decides to take revenge. Meanwhile, Ward has hired several gunmen, including Meredith, who manages to escape and to save Johnny, but discovered by Ward, Johnny is imprisoned. He is able to get free with the help of Liz and gets his revenge on Ward.

1 comment:

  1. I keep forgetting the film is also known as "One More To Hell". The film opens up with Gerard Herter's character, Ernest Ward, shooting watermelons off the heads of his many peasants. He does this all with a customized Winchester rifle with a 30x30 optic scope. It's perfectly clear that Ward is aiming for their heads. At the end of the film, Johnny King, played by George Hilton, uses this trick to his advantage and beats Ward at his own game by killing him with a modified Winchester rifle of his own. The bullet goes through the scope and into Ward's right eye. I've seen the film before and it was fantastic. Hands down the best Spaghetti Western I've ever seen.