Bill il taciturno

From The Spaghetti Western Database

Bill il taciturno (Italy, France 1967 / Director: Massimo Pupillo [as Max Hunter])

  • Runtime: 98 min
  • Release Date: 29.4.1967

Also known as

Django Kills Softly (U.S.A.) | Django Kills Silently (U.S.A.) | Django le taciturne (France) | Django tötet leise (Germany) | Django - Der lautlose Killer (Germany, DVD) | Django skotonei siopila (Greece) | Il suo nome era Bill il taciturno ma lo chiamavano il Becchino (Italy) | Django mata em silencio (Brazil)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: George Eastman (Bill / Django), Luciano Rossi (as Edwin G. Ross)(John Edward Thompson), Liana Orfei (Linda), Mimmo Maggio (El Santo), Peter Hellman (Rosson), Spartaco Conversi (Miguel), Claudio Biava (Jack, Thompson henchman), Federico Boido (as Rick Boyd)(Amos, The Nervous One), Paul Marou (Steve), Antonio Toma (Pedro), Patrizia (Suzy), Martial Boschero, Giovanna Lenzi (as Jennette Len), Ilona Drash, Enrico Manera (Ted, Rosson henchman), Federico Pietrabruna
  • Story: Renato Polselli (as Leonide Preston)
  • Screenplay: Lina Caterini, Paul Farjon, Marcello Malvestito, Renato Polselli
  • Cinematography: Mario Parapetti [Eastmancolor - Panoramico 1,66:1]
  • Music: Berto Pisano
  • Producer: Alberto Puccini


A family of colonists is fighting off an attack by a band of Mexican outlaws, when a young cowboy (Bill) happens to come along and too late to save them takes out the last of the bandits. He then saves a young woman, Linda, who is running away from Thompson, leader of an arms-smuggling gang and they later meet up in Santa Anna where Thompson and his gang hang out.