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Arizona si scatenò... e li fece fuori tutti

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Arizona si scatenò... e li fece fuori tutti (Italy, Spain 1970 / Director: Sergio Martino )

  • Runtime: 91 min
  • Release Date: 14.8.1970

Also known as

Arizona vuelve (Spain) | Arizona Colt, Hired Gun (U.S.A.) | An den Galgen, Hombre (Netherlands) | Der Tod sagt Amen (Germany) | Um homem chamado Arizona (Portugal) | Arizona se déchaîne (France) | To Monahiko pistoli tis nyhtas (Greece) | If You Gotta Shoot Someone... Bang! Bang! | Arizona | Arizona Returns | Arizona Colt Returns | Arizona Lets Fly and Kills Everybody

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Antonio De Teffe¨ [as Anthony Steffen](Arizona Colt), Marcella Michelangeli (Jane / Sheila), Aldo Sambrell (Keene / Chico), Raf Baldassarre [as Raffaele Baldassarre](Bigley), Emilio Delle Piane (marshall), Gildo Di Marco (Buzzard / Filthy Bottle), José Manuel Martín (Jose Gonzalez Moreno), Rosalba Neri (Paloma Moreno), Roberto Camardiel (Double Whiskey / 2 Bottle Willy), Florentino Alonso (boy ?), Silvio Bagolini (doctor), Luis Barboo (Scarface, Chico henchman), Enrico Marciani (Ned, Sheila's father), Brizio Montinaro
  • Also with: Fernando Bilbao (Runt, Chico henchman), Joaquín Parra (Chico henchman), Carlos Romero Marchent (Jack), José Luis Chinchilla (Chico henchman), Dan van Husen (bounty hunter), Fortunato Arena (saloon patron), Elio Angelucci (saloon patron)
  • Story: Ernesto Gastaldi
  • Screenplay: Joaquín Romero Marchent (as Joaquín Romero Fernández )
  • Cinematography: Miguel F. Mila [Eastmancolor - Techniscope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Bruno Nicolai
  • Song: "Arizona Gun" sung by I Cantori Moderni di Alessandroni
  • Producer: Luciano Martino

Synopsis

Famed gunman Arizona Colt is sent by Moreno to rescue his daughter from the grips of Arizona's old enemy, Keane. But certain complications make the mission far more dangerous than expected.

Comment

This sequel to Arizona Colt sees a sleepwalking Anthony Steffen instead of Giuliano Gemma as the title character. Armed with a tired script it marked the directing debut of Sergio Martino, but instead of emanating freshness the film seems to be made in the spirit of the direst routine. Finally the film exhausts itself and its audience with a series of boring action scenes. (by Stanton)

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