Tuesday, July 12, 2011


Odio per odio - Italian title
Odio por odio - Spanish title
Haine pour haine - French title
Die Gnadenlosen Zwei - German title
Misos gia misos - Greek title
Ódio por Ódio - Portuguese title
Blodigt Guld - Swedish title
Buyuk Kin - Turkish title
Hate for Hate - U.S.A. title

A 1967 Italian production [West Film (Rome)]
Producer: Italo Zingarelli
Director: Domenico Paolella
Story: Mario Amendola, Bruno Corbucci, Fernando di Leo, Domenico Paolella
Screenplay: Mario Amendola, Bruno Corbucci, Fernando di Leo, Domenico Paolella
Cinematography: Giovanni Bergamini, Alejandro Ulloa [Eastmancolor, Deltavision 70]
Music: Willy Brezza (Eugenio Brezza)
Running time: 90 minutes

Manuel - Antonio Sabato
James Arthur Cooper - John Ireland
Moxon/Morton - Mirko Ellis (Mirko Korcinsky)
Juana/Jenny Cooper - Nadia Marconi
Maria Consuelo Cooper - Gloria Milland (Mara Fiè)
Sorito - Piero Vida (Pietro Vida)
Coyote - Fernando Sancho (Fernando Les)
prison doctor - Gianni Di Benedetto (Giovanni Di Benedetto)
Fulton - Antonio Iranzo (Antonio Excorihuela)
with: Bruno Arié, Dony Baster (Donato Baster), Mario De Simone, Alba Gallotti, Osvaldo Genazzoni, Luigi Perelli, Emilio Sancho, Sergio Scarchilli

Outlaw Jim Cooper has a problem with his partner Morton during a bank robbery when a man is killed. Cooper is caught and sent to prison for life. In prison he meets the young miner Manuel who was also in the bank during the robbery, innocently withdrawing his savings, and arrested as one of the robbers. Manuel promises Cooper he will lookout for outlaws family once he is released from prison. In the meantime Morton has kidnapped the family and made off with all the money from the robbery. Cooper eventually escapes from prison and goes after Manuel who he thinks has double-crossed him. After realizing his mistake the two team together to go after and settle their differences with Morton.

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