Sunday, March 9, 2014


Tre dollari di piombo – Italian title
La banda de los malditos – Spanish title
Tres dólares de plomo – Spanish title
Trois dollars de plomo – French title
A Sombra da Winchester – Brazilian title
Für drei Dollar Blei – German title
Gia tria kalpika dollaria – Greek title
Three Dollars of Lead – English title
A 1964 Italian, Spanish, French co-production [Tellus Film (Rome), Coperfilm (Madrid), Coop
Cinematografica (Paris)]
Producer: G. Carrus, Domenico Luigi Rotolo
Director: Joseph Trader (Giuseppe Mercanti)
Story: Silvio Siano, Mario di Nardo
Screenplay: Silvio Siano, Marido di nardo, Nino Lillo (Ramon Lillo)
Dialogue: Heriberto Santaballa [Spanish], Joseph Trader (Giuseppe Mercanti) [Italian]
Cinematography: Manuel Hernández Sanjuán [Eastmancolor, Totalscope]
Music: Gioacchino Angelo (Gioacchino Angelo)
Song: “Canto del cow-boy” sung by Bruno D’Angelo
Running time: 89 minutes
Rudy Wallace – Fred Beir (Frederick Beir)
Anne – Evy Marandi (Eyh Maranih)
Morrison – Pepe Nieto (Francisco Nieto)
Mrs. Morrison – Stella Monclair
Laurence – Richard St. Bris
Mark – Bob Messenger (Roberto Messina)
Raf – Andrea Fantasia
Boy – Andrew Hart
Morrison henchmen – Olivier Mathot (Claude Plaud), Luis Chavarro (Luigi Ciavarro)
With: Dyna de Saint (Dina De Santis), Ángel Álvarez (Ángel Fernández), Renato Terra Caizzi, Virgilio Daddi

After a few years of absence, Rudy Wallas returns to his father’s ranch that he finds completely devastated. He learns that the entire region is under threat of a man named Morrison, and the murderer of his father. Rudy decides to seek revenge, but his intentions are thwarted by the arrival in town by Raf a sheriff  who has been after Rudy for taking part in a brawl. The sheriff, became convinced of Rudy’s good faith and helps him to bring Morrison to justice at the risk of his life.

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