Tuesday, February 25, 2014


Oremus, Alleluia e Cosi Sia – Italian title
Mamma mia è arrivato così sia – Italian title
Væk med grabberne – Danish title
Lännen laiskin jyllää jälleen – Finnish title
On nous appellee les enfants de Trinita – French title
Oi dyo mas gia deka Trinita – Greek title
Adios rogando y con los punos dando – Spanish title
The Hallelujah Gang – English title
They Still Call Me Amen – English title
A 1972 Italian production [Italian International Film (Rome)]
Producer: Fulvio Lucisano
Director: Alfo Thunder (Alfio Caltabiano)
Story: Alfo Thunder (Alfio Caltabiano), Sando Continenza
Screenplay: Alfo Thunder (Alfio Caltabiano), Sando Continenza
Cinematography: Guglielmo Mancori [Eastmancolor, CinemaScope]
Music: Gianni Ferrio
Running time: 92 minutes
Amen/Cosi' Sia /Horatio – Luc Merenda
Reverend Smith - Alfo Thunder (Alfio Caltabiano)
Clementine – Katia Cimarosa
Chaco – Tano Cimarosa (Gaetano Cimarosa)
Rat – Falvio Colombaioni
Chaco henchman – Artemio Antonini
John – Renato Cestiè
Grandpa - Mila Beran (Miloslov Beran)
Sheriff - Furi Meniconi
With: Roberto Dell’Acqua, Dante Maggio, Andrea Scotti, Luigi Antonio Guerra, Lorenzo Piani, Claudio Ruffini, Roberto de Angelis

The story of three bandits: a fool, a loudmouth and Chaco, with his gang, always on the run to "purify", one villain, "Oremus", who is currently in search of the Reverend Smith with the "Hallelujah” gang with four kids form a circus, thinking they are tough and smart they rob a bank. Cosi Sia, who falls for Clementine, the sister of the four boys, wants to rebuild the ruined circus of her deceased father. They succeed in their purpose by returning to the bank $300,000, stolen by "Oremus" and the four of his siblings of Clementine, and receive in return a cash prize of $3,000. Thus, the new circus, the brothers, the Reverend Smith and "Amen" will earn an honest living.