Monday, July 29, 2013


7 pistole per un massacro – Italian title
Adios hombre – Italian title
Hondo spara più forte – Italian title
Con el corazón en la garganta – Spanish title
Hondo dispara más fuerte – Spanish title
Adiós hombre – French title
Das Todeslied von Laramie – German title
Das Todeslied – German title
Antio Mexiko – Greek title
Adios, Hombre – Swedish title
7 Pistols for a Massacre – English title
A 1967 Italian, Spanish co-production [United Pictures (Rome), Cooperativa Cine Espana (Madrid)]
Producer: Bianco Manini
Director: Mario Caiano
Story: Eduardo M. Brochero (Eduardo Manzanos Brochero)
Screenplay: Eduardo M. Brochero (Eduardo Manzanoz Brochero), Mario Caino
Cinematography: Sergio Martino, Julio Ortas [Eastmancolor, Uniscope]
Music: Francesco De Masi
Song: “The Only Girl He Loved” sung by July Ray (Giulia Rey)
Running time: 89 minutes
Will Flaherty – Craig Hill (Craig Fowler)
Peggy – Giulia Rubini (Giuliana Rabini)
Tilly/Tiny – Eduardo Fajardo
Luke Brada – Piero Lulli (Giusva Lulli)
Doctor Pad – Roberto Camardiel (Roberto Escudero)
King – Nello Pazzafini (Giovanni Pazzafini)
Sheriff Pat – Spartaco Conversi
Mr. Pink – Jacques Herlin (Jacques Deouette)
Tom – Nazzareno Zamperla
Kid – Renzo Pevarella
Nick/Seekie – Massimo Carocci
Judith – Eleonora Vargas
Sam - Natale Nazzareno (Nazareno Natale)
Kitty - Kathleen Parker (Caterina Trentini)
Blacksmith – Osiride Pevarello
Poker player – Aldo Dell’Acqua (Arnaldo Dell’Acqua)
Townsman – Elio Angelucci
Saloon patron – Ettore Arena
With: Pino Polidori (Giuseppe Polidori), Tomás Picó (Tomás Hormeño), Franco Ukmar
Stunts: Donatella Gambini

Will Flaherty, a gunslinger, returns to his hometown after ten years in jail on charges of murder but finds a hostile welcome from both the townspeople and the woman with whom he was engaged. He is consoled by Peggy, the owner of the saloon, who has remained faithful to his memory and accepts his version of events. Also arriving in town are a mean bunch of bandits who rob a wagon load of gold. Having miscalculated the bandits, however, have come to town prematurely and, to avoid any surprises at the appropriate time of the robbery, start to imprison men and kill anyone who resists them. Will, who among other things has discovered that a member of the gang is the man responsible for his wrongful conviction. He in turn, is savagely beaten and imprisoned. Freed by a friend, the gunman manages to get hold of the outlaw and takes him to the neighboring town, while obtaining a clearing of his name. When the coach the gang is waiting for finally arrives in the country, the bandits have the unpleasant surprise to find it crowded with sheriff's deputies who kill them all in a gunfight.

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