Bara per lo sceriffo, Una

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Una bara per lo sceriffo (Italy · Spain 1965 / Director: Mario Caiano)

Also known as

A Coffin for the Sheriff (USA) | Una tumba para el Sheriff (Spain) | Un cercueil pour le sherif (France) | Eine Bahre für den Sheriff (Germany) | Joe Logan sieht rot (Germany) | Joe Logan rechnet ab (Germany) | En Kista för Sheriffen (Sweden) | Um Caixão Para O Xerife (Brazil) | Lone and Angry Man | Tomb for the Sheriff | Frente a Frente com os Pistoleros (Brazil) | 荒野の棺桶 Koya no kanoke (Japan)
A Coffin for the Sheriff movie poster


Shenandoah (Steffen) works his way into a band of highwaymen led by Rojo (Armando Calvo). His initiation consists of hunting down and killing a member of the gang who has 12 bullets while he is only given 2 bullets. When the bandits attempt to rob a wealthy rancher, whom Shenandoah knows, he warns him. The outlaws begin to suspect they were betrayed and commence to rough Shenandoah up. Shenandoah then reveals his true reason for joining the gang; one of them killed his wife and he is there for retribution.


  • Cast: Antonio de Teffe [as Anthony Steffen](Sheriff "Texas" Joe Logan / Shenandoah), Eduardo Fajardo (Russell Murdock/Banner), Arturo Dominici [as Arthur Kent](Jerry Krueger), Luciana Gilli (Miss Jane Wilson), George Rigaud [as George Rigaut](Wilson), Lucio de Santis [as Bob Johnson](Mulligan, Rojo henchman), Jesus Tordesillas (Sven, old man), Maria Vico (Elsie, Rojo's woman), Miguel del Castillo [as Migule del Castillo](Sheriff Gallagher), Tomas Torres (Pablo, Rojo henchman), Miguel de la Riva (Damon, Rojo henchman), Frank Braña [as Francisco Bragna](David, Rojo henchman), Rafael Vaquero (Rojo henchman), Santiago Rivero (banker), Fulvia Franco (Lulu Belle), Armando Calvo (Lupe Rojo / Red Wolf), Francisco Alacid (Peter, Wilson cowboy ?), Antonio Orengo (saloon guest), Rafael Hernandez (bank employee), Rafael Ibañez, Saturno Cerra (piano player), Luis Barboo [as Luis Bar Boor](wagon guard), Gonzalo Braña (Sam, Rojo bandit)
  • Director: Mario Caiano [as Mario Cajano]
  • Story and Screenplay: David Moreno, Guido Malatesta (as James Reed)
  • Cinematography: Julio Ortas [Eastmancolor - widescreen 1,78:1]
  • Music: Francesco De Masi
  • Song: "A Lone And Angry Man" sung by Peter Tevis
  • Producers: Luigi Mondello, Roberto Santini, Eduardo Manzanos




Versions and runtimes

  • Runtime: 89 min

Release Dates

  • Release Date: 23.12.1965

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