Sunday, January 25, 2015


L'Americano - Italian title
Yankee l'Americano - Italian title
El Yankee - Spanish title
Oi sfaires skepasan tin Arizona – Greek title
El yankee ovvero matar o morir – Italian title
L’americano – Italian title
Yankee l’americano – Italian title
El Yankee – Spanish title
Yankee – English title
A 1966 Italin, Spanish co-production [Tigielle 33 (Rome), P.C. Balcázar Producciones Cinematográficas (Barcelona)]
Producers: Antonio Lucatelli, Francesco Giorgi, Alfonso Balcazar
Director: Tinto Brass (Giovanni Brass)
Story: Alberto Silvestri, Tinto Brass (Giovanni Brass)
Screenplay: Alberto Silvestri, Tinto Brass (Giovanni Brass), Alfonso Balcazar
Dialogue: Carlo Fusco (Gian Carlo Fusco) [Italian dialogue]
Cinematography: Alfio Contini [Eastmancolor, Kodakcolor]
Music: Nini Rosso (Raffaele Rosso)
Running time: 96 minutes
Yankee – Philippe Leroy
Grand Concho – Adolfo Celi
Rosita – Mirella Martin (Mirella Maravidi)
Filosofo – Jacques Herlin
Luis – Tomás Torres
Consalvo – Paco Sanz (Francisco Sanz)
Angel Face – Franco De Rosa
Gold Teeth – Pasquale Basile
Pittore – Giorgio Bret Schneider (Giorgio Bretschneider)
Portuguese – Renzo Pevarello
Tatuato – Antonio Basile
Tom – Tomàs Milton
Deputy – César Ojinaga
Garcia – Valentino Macchi
Chaco henchman – Osiride Pevarello
Perro – José Jalufi (José Halufi)
Sheriff – Víctor Israel (Josep Vilanova)
With: Henriquetta Señalada (Enriquetta Senalada)
Master of arms: Enzo Musumeci Greco
A stranger known only as Yankee wanders into a lawless town in New Mexico to discover that the locals live in dreaded fear of the invincible bandito named Grand Concho, who has driven them all into poverty and subservience. When the stranger is warned to leave, he sees a money-making opportunity, meets up with the bandito’s gang, and in a series of slick moves double-crosses them time and again, until, at the end, he has killed them all and walks off with their loot.


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