Sunday, August 7, 2011


Ehi Amigo... sei morto! - Italian title
Killer amigo - French title
Killer amigo - Greek title
Hey Amigo... Rest in Peace - English title
Hey Amigo! A Toast to Your Death - English title
Hey Amigo, to Your Death! - English title

A 1970 Italian production [Gatto Cinematografica (Rome)]
Producer: Renato Savino
Director: Paul Maxwell (Paolo Bianchini)
Story: Renato Savino
Screenplay: Roberto Colangeli, Renato Savino
Cinematography: Sergio D’Offizi [Technicolor, Techniscope]
Music: Carlo Savina
Song: "Hey Amigo, Your Dead" sung by Don Powell
Running time: 87 minutes

Dove/Doc Williams - Wayde Preston (William Strange)
Barnett Burnett - Rik Battaglia (Caterino Bertaglia)
El Loco - Mark Zuanelli (Marco Zuanelli)
Blake/Blackie - Aldo Berti
Chico/Manolo - Raf Baldwin (Raffaele Baldassarre)
Barnett henchmen - Lucio Zarini, Alberto Di Grazia
‘The Girl’ - Anna Malsson (Agnes Spaak)
Nathaniel’s wife - Franca Scagnetti

An outlaw named Barnett, and his gang of eight henchmen take over a town in Texas, to ambush a stagecoach carrying a hundred thousand dollars in gold. After the robbery is carried out the bandits make their way to their hideout, an abandoned mine. A federal Marshal, Dove/Doc Williams, goes in pursuit of the outlaws determined to exterminate them. Along with the help of a vagabond named El Loco, Williams avoids an ambush by three assassins hired by the outlaw. Williams reaches the hideout of Barnett and kills seven of his henchmen. The only one to escape Blackie, who Williams is convinced is in possession of the hundred thousand dollars because it is not found in the mine. Williams again gives chase, culminating in the death of the bandit. Blackie does not have the gold however. It seems El Loco who has played dead during the shooting in the mine and has the loot taking refuge in Mexico, but Williams discovers the deception and is able to recover the gold.

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  1. The youtube version is missing the first ca. 3'15'', in which the characters of El Loco and Barnett's gang are introduced.

  2. Tom Betts said...
    Must be be the German version. ;)

  3. No, just the complete MediaSet (?) Italian TV version.

    German version would be Hey Django - to your death!, of course:-)))