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Colt, in pugno al diavolo, Una

From The Spaghetti Western Database

Una colt, in pugno al diavolo (Italy 1967 / Director: Sergio Bergonzelli)

  • Runtime: 100 min
  • Release Date: 24.11.1967

Also known as

Colt in the Hand of the Devil (U.S.A.) | Devil Was an Angel (U.S.A.) | Pronto Amigo - Ein colt in der Hand des Teufels (Germany) | Un colt dans le poing du daible (France) | Seytanlar Vadisi (Turkey) | An Angel with a Gun is a Devil | Um Colt Na Mão Do Diabo (Brazil)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Bob Henry (Pat 'Scotty' Scott), George Wang (El Condor), Marisa Solinas (Maya), Lucretia Love (Jane), Gerardo Rossi [as Jerry Ross](Lieutenant Dick Carson), Luciano Catenacci [as Luciano Lorcas](El Loco, Condor henchman), Luciano Benetti (Captain McDonald), Renato Chiantoni (telegrapher, piano player), Attilio Severini (Condor lieutenant), Artemio Antonini (sergeant), Ivan G. Scratuglia (soldier), Brizio Montinaro (Condor henchman)
  • Also with: Franco Gulà (villager), Mario Dardanelli (Condor henchman), Gilberto Galimberto (soldier), Lina Franchi (saloon girl), Salvatore Campochiaro (white-haired Mexican), Renato Pinciroli (barman), Giovanni Sabbatini (Slim, prison guard), Remo Capitani (saloon brawler), Omero Capanna (saloon brawler), Alba Maiolini (Jane's mother, wagon train pioneer), Calogero Azzaretto (Condor henchman), Marcello Meconizzi (Condor henchman), Cam Anell
  • Story: Sergio Bergonzelli
  • Screenplay: Sergio Bergonzelli, Ambrogio Molteni
  • Cinematography: Aldo Greci [Eastmancolor - Panoramico 1,85:1]
  • Music: Gian Piero Reverberi [as Giampiero Reverberi]
  • Song: "A Devil Was An Angel" sung by Mino Reitano
  • Producer: Sergio Bergonzelli


Scotty is hired to eliminate a gang of Mexican bandits led by El Condor. Scotty craftily earns the trust of the bandits, enabling him to trap them all, but in the meantime, genuine friendship and respect have developed between him and El Condor.


Written, produced and directed by Sergio Bergonzelli, this is probably Bergonzelli's only interesting SW (of the 5 he directed). Interesting also for the mixture of interesting and not so interesting ideas concerning screenplay and direction. George Wang is again cast as a Mexican and has all the best scenes for himself.

by Stanton


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