Monday, April 25, 2011


Chiedi perdono a Dio... non a me - Italian
Wraak Zonder Genade - Dutch title
Chamango el vengador - Spanish title
Demande pardon a Dieu, pas a moi - French title
Django - den Colt an der Kehle - German title
Django - er kam, um zu töten - German title
Blutiger Zorn - German title
Brennender Hass - German title
Oi xegrammenoi - Greek title
Pede perdão a Deus - Portuguese title
May God Forbive You, but I Won’t - English title
God May Forgive You, Not Me - English title

A 1968 Italian production [C.I.O. Film Intercontinental Production (Rome)]
Producer: Vincenzo Musolino
Director: Glenn Vincent Davis (Vincenzo Musolino)
Story: Glenn Vincent Davis (Vincenzo Musolino)
Screenplay: Glenn Vincent Davis (Vincenzo Musolino)
Cinematography: Mario Mancini [Technicolor, Techniscope]
Music: Felix de Stephen (Felice Di Stefano)
Running time: 97 minutes

Cjamango McDonald - George Ardisson (Giorgio Ardisson)
Dick Smart - Anthony Ghidra (Dragomir Bojanic)
Virginia Smart - Cristina Iosani
Barrica - Pedro Sanchez (Ignazio Spalla)
Jack Smart - Peter Martell (Pietro Martellanza)
Manuel - George Steveneson (Antonio DiMitri)
bartender - Dante Maggio
Stuart - Luigi Pavese
Dick Smart’s girl - Lilli Lembo
undertaker - Franco Pesce (Francesco Pesce)
bandit - Tano Cimarosa (Gaetano Ciseo)
poker game - Celso Faria
gunman with eyepatch - Dino Strano
with: Jean Louis, Ivan Scratuglia (Giovanni Scratuglia), Franco Lantini, (Franco Latini), Armando Guarineri, Omero Gargano, Fortunato Arena, Asaynoa Runachagua, Esmeralda Barros (Esmerlinda Barros)

In a cemetery on the Mexican border we meet Manuel, a young man driven by revenge, and an elderly American gentleman named Cjamango. Cjamango tries, to divert Manuel from his vengeful fantasies, he tells him the unpleasant memories of his tragic life. Some years earlier, while he was in town to pay the money needed to pay the mortgage of his family farm owned by his beloved Virginia Stuart father, bandits kill his father, brother and sister. From a Mexican named Barrica, Cjamango learns that the killers of his family are the Smart brothers and their gang which were paid for the job by the old Stuart, in revenge for old grudges. Stuart was killed in turn by Dik Smart because he refused to compensate him adequately for his brother's death, that Cjamango starting his revenge, had killed. After numerous battles in and out unscathed from deadly traps, Cjamango eliminates one by one the members of the band, including the leader, Dik Smart. At the end of his revenge, carried out with cold determination, Cjamango meets Virginia.

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  1. Portuguese title:


    P.S. Coincidence, today I finished to translate the italian DVD, from Sony.

  2. Thanks Antonio, Portuguese title added.

  3. Acording to a buyer's review on a French site, the Italian DVD is missing the prologue in the graveyard.

  4. Yes, it's true,the prologue is missing in the italian DVD as well the end when Cjamango and Manuel go away from the graveyard, that makes the movie an entire flashback.

  5. This is probably the only Spaghetti Western movie where you get to see Italian-American actor and stuntman Dino Strano in an eyepatch. When Klaus Kinski was working with Dino on a Western in 1971, he screamed, "Italians, oh shit!" Then when Dino asked him what he meant, Kinski told him that when he first worked with Italian actors, they made him nervous. It was probably the World War II flashbacks, I don't know. Needless to say, Dino Strano really WAS surprised to see HIM.