Corri, uomo, corri

From The Spaghetti Western Database
Jump to: navigation, search

Corri uomo corri (Italy, 1968) is the third and final spaghetti western by Sergio Sollima.

Also known as

Run, Man, Run (U.S.A.) | Lauf um dein Leben (Germany) | Ratsasta henkesi edestä (Finland) | Corre Cuchillo, Corre (Spain) | Un uomo e un coltello (Italy) | Saludos, hombre (France) | Flygt mand - flygt (Denmark) | Knivkasteren (Denmark) | Cuando un valiente corre (Spain) | Corre, homen corre (Portugal) | Mannen Med Kastknivarna (Sweden) | Prohora, katharma, prohora (Greece) | Kos, adam, kos (Turkey) | Big Gundown 2 | 続・復讐のガンマン Zoku hukusyu no gunman DVD title (Japan) | Big Gundown 2 | Fugi, omule, fugi (Romania)
Run Man Run movie poster

Synopsis

Thomas Milian reprises his role as Cuchillo from La resa dei conti. He is entrusted with the location of a sizable portion of gold by a revolutionary leader, and so sets off to Texas to find it. Donald O'Brian is good as the former revolutionary who also wants the gold and follows Milian. The Gold also attracts a lot of interest from a variety of other villainous quarters and what seems like half of Mexico rapidly descends on the Texas town where it is located. Unsurprisingly, gunfights ensue.

Credits

  • Cast: Tomas Milian (Sanchez 'Cuchillo' Detto), Donal O'Brien (Daniel Cassidy), Linda Veras (Penny Bannington), Marco Guglielmi (Michel), José Torres (Ramirez), Luciano Rossi [as Edward Ross] (Jean-Paul), Nello Pazzafini (Riza), Gianni Rizzo (Mayor Christopher Bennett), Dante Maggio [as Dan May] (Mateos), Umberto Di Grazia, Noé Murayama (Pablo), Attilio Dottesio (Manuel Etchevarria), Orso Maria Guerini, Federico Boido [as Rick Boyd] (Steve Wilkens), Calisto Calisti (Fernando Lopez), John Ireland (Santillana), Chelo Alonso (Dolores), Gofreddo Unger [as Fredy Unger] (Sheriff Arthur, maestro d'armi)
  • Also with: Emilio Messina (Wilkens outlaw), Osiride Peverello (blacksmith), Ricardo Palacios (Mexican officer), José Marco (José, revolutionary), Giovanni Pallavicino (Federale captain), Pietro Tordi (Federale soldier), Esmeralda Barros (bandit drying Santilla's feet), Mimmo Maggio (Riza bandit), Sandro Scarchilli (Riza bandit), Giglio Gigli (Riza bandit), Alba Maiolini (posado customer), Calogero Azzaretto (posada customer)
  • Story: Sergio Sollima
  • Screenplay: Sergio Sollima, Pompeo De Angelis
  • Cinematography: Guglielmo Mancori [Eastmancolor - Cromoscope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Bruno Nicolai, Ennio Morricone (uncredited)
  • Song: "Espanto en el corazon" sung by Tomas Milian
  • Producers: Alvaro Mancori, Anna Maria Chretien
  • Editor: Tatiana Casini Morigi

Reviews

Trivia

The movie follows The Big Gundown and Face to face concluding Sergio Sollima's three spaghetti western movies that do form somewhat of a trilogy.

Versions and runtimes

  • Runtime: 121 min

There is a shorter international cut that clocks at 85min, released in the UK and the Netherlands on VHS as well as on home video in the USA.

Release Dates

  • Release Date: 29.8.68
  • Even though an English dub track was prepared, the film did not get a theatrical release in the US or UK.

Filming locations

  • Tabernas, Cabo de Gata -Almeria
    • Cortijo Del Cambronero, Ruescas, Nijar (windmill scene)
  • Lazio, Rome
    • Camposecco, Camerata Nuova (Parco Naturale Regionale Monti Simbruini) Lazio for the snow scenes
  • Elios Studios (Burton City)

Production and business

Contact the SWDb to add facts here.

Dubbing

According to Howard Hughes, for the English dub Milian and O’Brien dubbed themselves, Carolyn de Fonseca dubbed Linda Veras, and Ireland was dubbed by someone else.

News

January 23, 2023: The movie appears on HD home video format for the first time (UK release), with both short and uncut versions restored (see BluRay).

External Links

Find this movie elsewhere:

The Movie Database Letterboxd Wikipedia IMDb