Wednesday, February 1, 2012

THE LAW OF VIOLENCE


 Legge della violenza – tutti o nessuno – Italian title
Todos o ninguno – Spanish title
A leid a violencia – Brazilian title
Vakivalitaisten – Finnish title
La loi de la guerre (tous ou personne) – French title
Tous ou personne – French title
Valdets lag – Swedish title
The Law of Violence – English title

A 1969 Italian, Spanish co-production [Meronale Cinematografica (Rome), Producione Cinematografica Balcazar (Barcelona)]
Producer: Paolo Borruto
Director: Gianni Crea
Story: Alfonso Balcazar (Alfonso Granda, Gianni Crea, Dean Craig (Piero Regnoli)
Screenplay: Alfonso Balcazar (Alfonso Granda, Gianni Crea, Dean Craig (Piero Regnoli)
Cinematography: Jaime Deu Casas, Oberdan Troiani [Telecolor, Eastmancolor]
Music: Stelvio Cipriani
Running time: 85 minutes

Cast:
Jack Sparrow/Barrow – George Greenwood (Giorgio Cerioni)
Clem/Clementine – Igli Villani
Sheriff Chris – Angel Aranda
Bill Hackett – Miguel de la Riva
Sidney – Ugo Adinolfi
Buck Landon – Gaspar Gonzales
Middleton – Manuel Gas
Joe – Pajarito (Murriz Brandariz)
Bartender – Manuel Broncaud (Manuel Bronchud)
With: Gracita Guerra Fernandez, Conrad Steeve, Osvaldo Genazzani, Francisco Marquez, Ramon Cortes


After spending several years in prison for a crime he did not commit, gunslinger Jack Sparrow returns to Red Rock, seeking justice. Killing the sheriff who had him unjustly condemned, Jack convinces Chris, a gentle and quiet man to take its place. In a short time, Jack starts taking advantage of the lack of energy put out by the new law enforcement officer and realizes substantial gains. He subjects the population of Red Rock to blackmail and harassment of all kinds. Chris finally finds the strength to face the gunman, but is killed in the uneven gunfight. To the rescue comes a young woman determined to fulfill a personal vendetta. Jack falls under a hail of lead from the girl’s gun and calm returns to Red Rock.

 

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