Collera del vento, La

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This film is set in Valencia, Spain, at the end of the 19th century. It is listed as a Spaghetti Western because it was marketed as such in some countries.

La cólera del viento (Spain · Italy 1970 / Director: Mario Camus)

Also known as

La collera del vento (Italy) | Venganza Sangrienta (Spain) | Giustizia (Spain) | Revenge of Trinity (USA, Australia) | Der Teufel Kennt Kein Halleluja (Germany) | A Szél Dühe (Hungary) | La colère du vent (France) | Trinita voit rouge (France) | Våldets skördar (Sweden) | Trinitys hämnd (Sweden) | Korppikotkat Odottavat... (Finland) | Mission hævn (Denmark) | Banditen med da bla ojne (Denmark) | A cólera do vento (Portugal) | I ekdikisi tou Trinita (Greece) | Trinita: Me to pistoli mou anoigo tafous (Greece) | A szél dühe (Hungary) | Mstitel Trinity (Czech Republic) | A Cólera de Trinity (Brazil) | The Wind's Anger | The Wind's Fierce | Trinity Sees Red
Trinity Sees Red movie poster


Terence Hill stars as a close-mouthed assassin. The bad guy in this case is the local landlord and aristocrat Fernando Rey, who horribly abuses the laborers in his community. Romantic interest is provided by Maria Grazia Bucella, as the local inn-keeper. Efforts to depict an actual historical situation keep the pace from being too rapid, but otherwise this is a more-or-less standard western with an unusual locale.


  • Cast (Spanish): Terence Hill (Marco), Maria Grazia Buccella (Soledad), Mario Pardo (Jakobo), Máximo Valverde (Ramon), Carlo Alberto Cortina [as Berto Cortina] (agitador), Ángel Lombarte (Jose), William Layton (Don Lucas), Manuel Alexandre (Agustin), Carlos Otero (Antonio), Andrés Resino (Carlos), Manuel de Blas (Rafael), Fernando Sánchez Polack (inn handyman), José Manuel Martín (Garcia, hitman agent), Fernando Rey (Don Antonio)
  • Also with: Cris Huerta (assassinated priest), Gonzalo Esquiroz (assassin on train)
  • Director: Mario Camus
  • Story: Manolo Marinero
  • Screenwriters: Mario Camus, Mario Cecchi Gori, Alberto Silvestri, Miguel Rubio, Franco Verucci, Jose Vicente Puente
  • Cinematography: Roberto Gerardi [Eastmancolor, Panoramico]
  • Music: Augusto Martelli
  • Song: "Free" sung by Augusto Martelli
  • Producers: Mario Cecchi Gori, Marciano De La Fuente, Cesareo Gonzalez



Versions and runtimes

  • Runtime: 102 min

Release Dates

  • December 4, 1970 (Italy)

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