Buffalo Bill, l'eroe del far west

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Buffalo Bill - L'eroe del Far West (Italy, France, West Germany 1964 / Director: Mario Costa [as John W. Fordson])

  • Runtime 94 min
  • Release Date: 19.11.1964

Also known as

Buffalo Bill - Le héros du Far West (France) | L'attaque de Fort Adams (France) | Das war Buffalo Bill (Germany) | Buffalo Bill (U.S.A.) | Buffalo Bill - Hero of the Far West (U.K.) | Buffalo Bill - El heroe del oeste (Spain) | Buffalo Bill - Bohater dzikiego zachodu (Poland) | Voittamaton (Finland) | Buffalo Bill - O iroas tou Far West (Greece) | Bufalo Bill - O Herói do Oeste (Portugal) | Buffalo Bill - Helten Fra Vesten (Denmark)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Gordon Scott (Colonel William 'Buffalo Bill' Cody), Mario Brega [as Richard Stuyvesant](Big Sam Donaldson), Jan Hendriks (Jack Monroe), Ingeborg Schöner (Mary Peterson), Hans von Borsody (Captain George Hunter), Mirko Ellis (Yellow Hand), Roldano Lupi (Colonel Peterson), Feodor Chaliapin Jr. (Chief Wise Owl/White Fox), Catherine Ribeiro (Silver Moonray / Moonbeam), Franco Fantasia [as Frank Farrel](George, henchman), Ugo Sasso [as Hugo Arden](Snack), Piero Lulli [as Peter Lull](Red), Andrea Scotti [as Andrew Scott](henchman), Jacques Herlin (saloon employee), Ronald Parish, Luigi Tosi (Frank, barman), Osiride Pevarello (henchman), Aldo Zamperla
  • Story: Nino Stresa
  • Screenplay: Louis Agotay, Pierre Levy Corti, Luciano Martino, Nino Stresa (Sigfrido Tomba), Ernesto Gastaldi
  • Cinematographer: Massimo Dallamano [as Jack Dalmas] [Technicolor - Techniscope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Carlo Rustichelli
  • Producer: Solly V. Bianco


Colonel William Cody, alias Buffalo Bill, intends to put an end to the dishonest relations between a gang of white swindlers and the Indian, Yellow Hand. So he goes to the chief of Yellow Hand's tribe, Wise Fox, and tries to convince him to sign a peace treaty with the Federal troops. In order to avoid this, the gun runners abduct Wise Fox's daughter, attempting to put the blame on Colonel Peterson's soldiers.


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