Saturday, October 28, 2017

50th Anniversary of the premier of Buckaroo and Halleluja for Django



“Buckaroo” aka “A Winchester Does Not Forgive” directed by Adelchi Bianchi and starring Dean Reed along with “Hallelujah for Django” directed by Maurizio Lucidi  and starring Hunt Powers, George Hilton and Walter Barnes made their Italian premiers on this date in 1967.

Buckaroo – il Winchester che non perdona – Italian title
Buckaroo, a Winchester que não Perdoa – Brazilian title
Buckaroo ne pardonne pas – French title
Buckaroo – Galgenvögel zwitschern nicht  – German title
Enas pistoli keravnos – Greek title
Buckaroo - El Winchester Que No Perdona – Spanish title
Buckaroo: The Winchester Does Not Forgive – English title
A Winchester Does Not Forgive – English title

A 1967 Italian production [Magister Film (Rome)]
Producer: Gaetano Amato
Director: Adelchi Bianchi
Story: Antonio Romano, Leo Romano Succiuglia
Screenplay: Leo Romano Scucciuglia
Cinematography: Obedan Troiani [Eastmancolor, widescreen]
Music: Lallo Gori (Coriolano Gori)
Song: “Il Buckaroo” sung by Dean Reed
Running time: 92 minutes

Story: A young cowboy goes to work for an old miner and ends up fighting a tyrant and the killer of his father.

Cast:
Buckaroo – Dean Reed
Annie – Monica Brugger (Monica Braucher)
Lash – Livio Lorenzon
Johnny – Ugo Sasso (Domenico Sasso)
With: Omero Gargano, Jean Louis, Gualtiero Rispoli, Angela Di Leo (Angelo De Leo), Carla Petrillo


La più grande rapina del west - Italian title
Aleluia Para Django - Brazilian title
Trois salopards, une poignée d’or - French title
Ein Halleluja fur Django - German title
Den skotonoun pote tin Kyriaki - Greek title
Mia trelli trelli symmoria - Greek title
O maior roubo do oeste - Portuguese title
El mayor atraco frustardo del oeste - Spanish title
El robo más grande del oeste - Spanish title
100.000 dollar för sheriffen från Middletown - Swedish title
Batinin en büyük soygunu – Turkish title
The Greatest Kidnapping in the West - English title
The Greatest Robbery in the West - English title
Hallelujah for Django - English title

A 1966 Italian production [Mega Film (Rome)]
Producers: Franco Cittadini, Stenio Fiorentini
Director: Maurizio Lucidi
Story: Augusto Finocchi
Screenplay: Augusto Finocchi, Augusto Caminito
Cinematography: Riccardo Pallottini [Technicolor, Techniscope]
Music: Luis Enriquez Bacalov
     Song: "Title Song" sung by Hunt Powers (Jack Betts)
Running time: 115 minutes 

Story: Santo and Jarrett join forces to rob the bank of Middletown but are foiled in their attempted escape to Mexico. Billy ‘Rum’ Cooney steals the gold and forces a showdown when the gang kills his brother the sheriff.

Cast:
Billy ‘Rum’ Cooney/Django - George Hilton (Jorge Acosta y Lara)
Key Jarrett/Clay Thomas - Walter Barnes
Padre Santo/David Phaylard - Hunt Powers (Jack Betts)
Mara - Sarah Ross (Sonja Romanoff)
Jenny - Erika Blanc (Enrica Comobatto)
Andreas/Yanaro - Mario Brega
Mark - Glen Fortel (Goffredo Scarciofolo)
Sheriff Martin Cooney - Enzo Fiermonte (Vincenzo Fiermonte)
Katie O’Brien - Katia Christine
Sheriff Roy Norman - Tom Felleghy (Tamas Fellegi)
Astola - Luciano Rossi
Black Jack - Luciano Catenacci
Asa - Aysanoa Runachunga
Smolie - Umberto Raho
Barman - Luigi Casellato
Saloon patron - Luciano Bonanni
Man with dog - Cesare Matignoni (Cesare Martignon)
Banker - Bill Vanders (Wilhelm Vanders)
Jarrett henchmen - Sal Borgese (Salvatore Borgese), Rick Boyd (Federico Boido), Bruno  
Corazzari, Paolo Magalotti, Luigi Barbacane (Luigi Barbacone), Mauro Bosco (Giuseppe
Bosco)
Townsman - Amerigo Santarelli
With: Roberto Alessandri, Stefano Alessandrini, Desiderio Raffaele, Valentino Macchi, Marisa Quattrini, Lucia Righi, Lorenzo Sharon

No comments:

Post a Comment

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.