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Vamos a matar, compañeros

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Vamos a matar, compañeros (Italy, Wext Germany, Spain 1970 / Director: Sergio Corbucci)

  • Runtime: 118 min
  • Release Date: 18.12.70
  • Filming Locations: Almería. The station is at Villamanta, West of Madrid

Also known as

Companeros (U.S.A.) | Zwei Companeros (Germany) | Lasst uns töten, Companeros (Germany) | Companheiros (Portugal) | Petturit hirteen, companeros! (Finland) | Los Companeros (Spain) | Companeros (France) | Les compagnons de la gloire (France) | Petturit hirteen Companeros (Finland) | Död åt Companeros (Sweden) | Companeros, ro hit med stadskassan (Sweden) | Gunman Dairengo (Japan) | Companeros - Egy kincskereső Mexikóban (Hungary) | رفقا (Iran)

Cast and Crew

  • Cast: Franco Nero (Yodlaf 'The Swede' Peterson), Thomas Milian (El Vasco), Ferdinando Rey (Professor Vitaliano Xantos), Iris Berben (Lola), Jack Palance (John Svedese), José Bódalo [as Francisco Bodalo](General Mongo Alvarez), Karin Schubert (Zaire Harris), Eduardo Fajardo (Colonel), Gino Pernice [as Luigi Pernice](casino croupier), Gerard Tichy (Lieutenant), Lorenzo Robledo (Captain Jim), Alvaro de Luna (John's henchman), Jesus Fernandez, Giovanni Petti (border officer), Giovanni Pulone, Claudio Scarchilli, Victor Israel (American oil baron), Tito Garcia (Pepito Tigero), Simon Arriaga (Mongo henchman), Rafael Albaicin (Mongo henchman), José Canalejas (Mongo henchman), José Luis Lizalde (cantina barman), Joaquin Parra (patrol Lieutenant), Vicente Roca (oil baron), José Marco (Fort Yuma corporal), Antonio Padilla (Mongo bandit), Pablo Gonzalez
  • Story: Sergio Corbucci
  • Screenplay: Sergio Corbucci, Massimo De Rita, Fritz Ebert, Dino Maiuri
  • Cinematography: Alejandro Ulloa [Technicolor - Techniscope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Ennio Morricone
  • Song: "Vamos a matar Companeros" sung by I Cantori Moderni di Alessandroni
  • Producer: Antonio Morelli

Synopsis

Yodlaf the "Swede" arrives at San Bernardino, which is occupied by Mongo Alvarez's band, and meets El Vasco, a young Mexican who thinks he is fighting on the right side for the revolution. In fact the real revolutionaries are the supporters of Prof. Xantos, who is away in America. Yodlaf accepts the task of returning him, and Vasco joins him, although he doesn't share Xantos' theories on non-violence. Yod instead wants quite a different thing: he is only interested in the combination of the safe in which the town's treasure is concealed, and which only Xantos knows. With a gunman on their trail, out for revenge on Yodlaf, they have to work together to survive while travelling back to San Bernandino and learn many things on the way.

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