Bastardo, vamos a matar

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Bastardo, vamos a matar (Italy, Spain 1971 / Director: Luigi Mangini)

  • Runtime: 97 min
  • Release Date: 6.3.1971
  • Filming locations: Manziana - Rome ITALY, Torremocha, El atazar - Madrid SPAIN

Also known as

Bastard, Go and Kill (U.S.A.) | Kopfgeld für Chako (Germany) | Vamos a matar el gringo (Spain) | Chaco (Spain) (Brazil) | Chaco (France) | Bastard Go and Kill Chaco

Cast and crew

  • Cast: George Eastman [Luigi Montefiori](Chaco), Lincoln Tate (Gringo / Roger), Franco Lantieri (Sanchez), Furio Meniconi (Don Felipe Antonio de Martinez), Remo Capitani (Sergeant Hernandez), Jesús Guzmán (Toby Velasquez), Thomas Rudy (Corporal Manuel), José Manuel Martín (Cherokee), Giorgio Dolfin (grandson of Mexican rancher), Carlos Juliá (Paquito, Mexican boy), Dario Pino (Timothy, drunk), Pinuccio Ardia (Sam), Fulvio Pellegrino (drunk), Antonella Steni (Assuncion Juanita Maria Magdalena Hermadariz)
  • Also with: Virginia Garcia (Conchita), Marcello Meconizzi (Rodriguez), Antonio Padilla (Francisco), Riccardo Petrazzi (lynch mob member), Scilla Gabel (Susanna), Vincenzo Norvese, Renzo Moneta


Chaco, a Mexican on the run from just about everyone, is framed for the killing of a couple of Mexican cattlemen. Everyone knows he's innocent but the evidence is substantial. Chaco escapes and with the help of a bounty hunter, goes after the real murderers.


This enjoyable SW is another one which tells a story of two different men who play a cat and mouse game with each other only to become allies in the end against the real baddies. George Eastman and Lincoln Tate are here the contrasting pair in fine playing mood. It was Luigi Mangini's only SW with some input by Sergio Garrone via story and screenplay.

by Stanton


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