America a Roma, L'
From The Spaghetti Western Database
L'America a Roma (Italy 1998 / Director: Gianfranco Pannone)
Also known as
L'Amerique a Rome (France) | L'histoire du western spaghetti (France) | America in Rome (U.S.A.)
Guglielmo Spoletini (as William Bogart), Remo Capitani (as Ray O'Connor), Paolo Magalotti (as Paul Carter), Giovanni Cianfriglia (as Ken Wood), Luigi Marturano (as Jin Martin), Mauro Mannatrizio (as Mauro Mammatrizio / Victor Man), Franco Daddi (as Frank Daddi), Luigi Mannini, Peter Berling, Manolo Bolognini, Mary Spoletini, Carlo Lizzani, Mauro Bolognini
- Story: Gianfranco Pannone
- Screenplay: Gianfranco Pannone
- Cinematography: Tarek Ben Abdallah [Pellicola Kodak color]
- Music: Alessandro Molinari
- Producers: Mario Mazzarotto, Gianfranco Pannone
Documentary on character actors of the Spaghetti Western genre. Shot as a though a group of original Spaghetti Western actors are trying to get one last Spaghetti Western film made, L'America a Roma is an entertaining documentary that takes a more sentimental/nostalgic look at the genre. One scene shows a large group of actors watching a video of "Rattler Kid" that Guglielmo Spoletini's son sent his father from America, it's quite moving seeing Spoletini watching himself as a young man. Lots of old locations are shown, you even get to see inside Cinecitta as it is today (abandoned). It's great to see all the familiar faces as they are now, even Carlo Lizzani is in it.