Colt era il suo Dio, La

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La colt era il suo Dio (Italy · West Germany 1972 / Director: Luigi Batzella)

Also known as

God Is My Colt .45 (USA) | God Is My Colt (UK) | His Gun Was His God (Holland) | Nur Gott war sein Colt (Germany) | Nur der Colt war sein Gott (Germany) | Der Colt des Rächers (Germany) | Le colt était son dieu (France) | Les ames damnes de Rio Chico (Spain) | O Colt era o seu Deus (Brazil) | Kuudestilaukeavan laki (Finland)
God is My Colt movie poster


A gang of landgrabbers, led by Mexican bandit Manuel, terrorizes the small town of Landford City. The sheriff asks the army for help, which orders Captain Mike Jackson to see what is going on in his old home town and also search for a government agent who has disappeared in that area. Jackson immediately finds himself in the middle of fistfights and shoot-outs with the bandits, who not only have a tight grip on the local farmers but also force Mary, the woman Jackson once intended to marry, to work as a saloon girl.


  • Cast (Italian): Giovanni Scarciofolo [as Jeff Cameron] (Captain Mike Jackson), Krista Nell (Mary Bryan), Esmeralda Barros (Paquita), Gianfranco Clerici [as Mark Davis] (Manuel), Gino Turini [as John Turner] (James Clinger), Giulio Baraghini (Bradley), Attilio Dottesio (Sheriff Bill Harris), William Mayor [as William Major] (Richard Curtis), Mauro Mannatrizio (Major), Nello Palladino [as Aniello Palladino] (Mary's father), Alessandro Perrella (company spokesman), Irio Fantini (Alan, beaten informer), Sophia Kammara (Carol Curtis), Donal O'Brian (Colin)
  • Also with: Alfredo Rizzo (Ted, Carol's father), Ciro Papa a.k.a. Xiro Papas (Pablo), Laila Shed (saloon girl), Franco Daddi (hired killer), Geoffrey Copleston (hired killer), Gianclaudio Jabes (hired killer), Angelo Susani (hired killer), Emilio Zago (piano player), Franco Ukmar (Colin henchman), Giancarlo Ukmar (Colin henchman), Giovanni Ukmar (company henchman), Rinaldo Zamperla (bandit), Salvatore Campochiaro (peddler)
  • Directors: Luigi Batzella [as Dean Jones], Joe D'Amato (uncredited)
  • Story: Arpad De Riso
  • Screenplay: Arpad De Riso, Luigi Batzella (uncredited)
  • Cinematography: Giorgio Montagnani [Eastmancolor, widescreen]
  • Camera Operator: Joe D'Amato (Aristide Massaccesi)
  • Music: Vasili Kojucharov (full name: Vasco Vassil Kojucharov)
  • Producer: Theo Maria Werner


  • Luigi Batzella used several pseudonyms while handling many chores on this film. He directed it as Dean Jones, co-wrote it as Ivan Katansky and edited it under his usual alias, Paolo Solvay. The film shares many scenes with Batzella's very similar Quelle sporche anime dannate and the closing denouement with Anche per Django le carogne hanno un prezzo (some characters who had been disposed of earlier, reappear only to be killed off again), both released the year earlier.

Versions and runtimes

  • Runtime: 87 min

Release Dates

  • November 18, 1972 (Italy)
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