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Chiedi perdono a Dio... non a me

From The Spaghetti Western Database

Chiedi perdono a Dio... non a me (Italy 1968 / Director: Vincenzo Musolino [as Glenn Vincent Davis])

  • Runtime: 88 min
  • Release Date: 13.8.1968

Also known as

May God Forgive You... But I Won't (U.S.A.) | Django - Den Colt an der Kehle (Germany) | Blutiger Zorn (Germany) | Ruega a dios antes de morir (Spain) | Chamango el vengador (Spain) | Demande pardon a Dieu, pas a moi (France) | Wraak Zonder Genade (Netherlands) | May God Forgive You... Not Me (Sweden) | Oi xegrammenoi (Greece) | Pede Perdão a Deus (Portugal) | Moj Revolver, Moja Pravda (Jugoslavia)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: George Ardisson (Cjamango McDonald), Dragomir Bojanic [as Anthony Ghidra] (Dick Smart), Cristina Iosani (Virginia Stuart), Ignazio Spalla [as Pedro Sanchez] (Garcia Ramirez a.k.a. Barrica), Gaetano Cimarosa (Chico), Pietro Martellanza [as Peter Martell] (Jack Smart), Luigi Pavese (Stuart), Lilli Lembo (Dick Smart's girl), Jean Louis (Scott), Dino Strano (Dick Smart henchman), Dante Maggio (Joe, bartender), Ivan Scratuglia (Dick Smart henchman), Franco Pesce (undertaker), Franco Latini (undertaker's helper), Armando Guarnieri (McDonald, Cjamango's father), Omero Gargano (moustached poker player), Celso Faria (poker player), Esmeralda Barros (Conchita), Zuzana Martinkova (Jane, Cjamango's sister), Guillermo Méndez (sheriff), Tony Dimitri (Manuel Hernandez), Salvatore Campochiaro (Sam), Riccardo Pizzuti (bearded bounty hunter), Fortunato Arena (man carrying a corpse on his back), Remo Capitani (sleepy watchman), Angelo Susani (Dick Smart henchman), Amerigo Castrighella (Dick Smart henchman), Aysanoa Runachagua (Dick Smart henchman)
  • Story: Vincenzo Musolino (as Glenn Vincent Davis)
  • Screenplay: Vincenzo Musolino (as Glenn Vincent Davis)
  • Cinematography: Mario Mancini [Technicolor - Cromoscope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Felice Di Stefano
  • Producer: Vincenzo Musolino

Synopsis

While Cjamango is away from his ranch, bandits attack and kill his family. Disrupted by this tragedy, he sets out to take his revenge (helped by a Mexican who has seen the bandits). Along the way he learns that it was the father of his fiancée that had armed the bandits to avenge himself of some outrage he had suffered in the past from Cjamango's family.

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