Ammazzali tutti e torna solo

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Ammazzali tutti e torna solo (Italy · Spain 1968 / Director: Enzo G. Castellari)

Also known as

Kill Them All and Come Back Alone (USA) | Mátalos y vuelve (Spain) | Töte alle und kehr allein zurück (Germany) | Töte sie alle und komm allein zurück (Germany) | Tuez-les tous et revenez seul (France) | Mate todos eles e volte só (Brazil) | Tapa ne kaikki ja palaa yksin (Finland) | Skotose tous olous kai gyrise monos! (Greece) | Mata todos e volta só (Portugal) | 七人の特命隊 Shichinin no tokumeitai (Japan) | Go Kill Everybody and Come Back Alone
Kill Them All and Come Back Alone movie poster


Clyde (Chuck Connors) is hired by a Confederate General to carry out a raid on a Union stronghold and steal the million dollars worth of gold coins hidden there amongst an arsenal of dynamite. Clyde recruits a troop of five unsavoury characters to assist him in his quest and with the occasional help of Captain Lynch (Frank Wolff), the gang set about infiltrating the fort, grabbing the treasure and making their escape. All, of course, does not go strictly to plan.


  • Cast: Chuck Connors (Clyde/Link Mac Kay), Frank Wolff (Captain Lynch), Franco Citti (Hoagy), Leo Anchóriz (Deker / Dexter), Giovanni Cianfriglia [as Ken Wood] (Blade), Alberto Dell'Acqua [as Robert Widmark] (Kid), Hércules Cortés (Bogard), Antonio Molino Rojo (outpost sergeant), Furio Meniconi [as Men Fury] (Sergeant Buddy), Alfonso Rojas (checkpoint sergeant), Ugo Adinolfi (Lieutenant McKenzie aide), John Bartha (Captain, prison camp)
  • Also with: Luciano Bonanni (fort sergeant), Vincenzo Maggio (HQ officer), Rocco Lerro (Lieutenant, prison camp), Osiride Pevarello (soldier), Pietro Torrisi (soldier), Marcello Meconizzi (prison camp soldier), Giancarlo Bastianoni (prison camp soldier), Nestore Cavaricci (prison guard), Sergio Citti (soldier)
  • Story: Tito Carpi
  • Screenplay: Tito Carpi, Enzo Girolami [as Enzo G. Castellari], Joaquín Romero Marchent [as Joaquín Romero Hernandez], Francesco Scradamaglia
  • Cinematography: Alejandro Ulloa [Technicolor - Techniscope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Francesco De Masi
  • Songs: "Gold" + "Come mia" sung by Raoul
  • Producer: Edmondo Amati


Versions and runtimes

  • Runtime: 99 min

Release Dates

  • Release Date: 31.12.1968

Filming locations

    • Almería, Andalucí­a, Spain
    • Colmenar Viejo, Madrid, Spain
    • Pantano del Alberche, Burguillos, Toledo, Castilla-La Mancha, Spain

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