Wednesday, August 17, 2011


Acquasanto Joe - Italian title
Joe eau-benite - Spanish title
Los violentos de Texas - Spanish title
Acquasanta Joe - French title
Weihwasser Joe - German title

Prisjägaren – Swedish title

Holy Water Joe - English title

A 1971 Italian production [Daunia 70 Film (Rome)]
Producer: Robert Paget (Mario Gariazzo)
Director: Mario Gariazzo
Story: Mario Gariazzo
Screenplay: Mario Gariazzo, Nando Poggi (Ferdinando Poggi)
Cinematography: Franco Villa [Eastmancolor, Cinemascope]
Music: Marcello Giombini
Running time: 97 minutes

Acquasanta/Holy Water Joe - Lincoln Tate
Jeff Donovan - Ty Hardin (Orson Hungerford II)
Charlie Bennett - Richard Harrison
Estella - Silvia Monelli
Sergeant Butch - Pietro Ceccarelli
‘The Sicilian’ - Tuccio Musumeci
‘The General’ - Fidel Green (Fedele Gentile)
Jim - Lee Banner (Giulio Baraghini)
banker - Dante Maggio
officer - Alfredo Rizzo
Donovan henchman - Anthony Freeman (Mario Novelli)
gunmen - Rick Boyd (Federico Boido), Ferdinand Poggi (Ferdinando Poggi), Domenico Maggio (Vincente Maggio)
Confederate Lieutenant - Sergio Serafini
Confederate soldier - Valerio Tordi
saloon girl - Rosa Torosh (Rosita Torosh)
hotel clerk - Marco Ruan
with: Adriano Vitale, Virgilio Ponti, Pietro Manzella (Pietro Rosella), Enrico Casadei, Giulio Mauroni, Gianclaudio Jabes, Giuseppe Tuminelli, Gilberto Galimberti, Omero Capanna, Lorenzo Fineschi

At the end of the Civil War, taking advantage of the chaos that reigns throughout the land, a band of ex-Confederate soldiers dominates the territory. When Acquasanta Joe learns that his savings have gone up in smoke due to a robbery carried out by the outlaw gang, he goes on their trail in an effort to recoup his money and put an end to their lawlessness. Rivalry within the gang complicates things for Joe as well as the Union Army, who is also interested in stopping the outlaws.

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