From The Spaghetti Western Database
Corte marziale (Italy 1974 / Director: Roberto Mauri [as Robert Jhonson])
- Runtime: 94 min
- Release Date: 12.2.1974
Also known as
L'homme de la Winchester d'or (France) | Court Martial | Skotoste ton drapeti (Greece) | O Preço da Vingança (Portugal) | A corte dos assassinos (Brazil)
Cast and crew
- Cast: Vassili Karis (Lieutenant Clint Warren), Salvatore Billa (Sergeant Ballinger), Margaret Rose Keil (Jane), Tom Felleghy (Colonel Stratford), Edmondo Tieghi (Presiding Judge), Cesare Di Vito (Defensive Counsel), Lorenzo Piani, Ada Pometti (credit only), Mauro Mannatrizio (Smith brother), Craig Hill (Captain Simpson)
- Also with: Jack Betts (uncle), Fortunato Arena (farmer), Salvatore Baccaro (convict), Vittorio Fanfoni (Working Camp Warden), Elio Angelucci (bearded convict), José Torres (federal agent), Omero Capanna (Smith henchman), Gilberto Galimberti (Smith henchman), Lilian Tyler (Heather), Gaddo Gelli (Tommy), Ciro Papa (prison guard), Emilio Zago (old friend in mine)
- Story: Roberto Mauri [as Robert Jhonson]
- Screenplay: Roberto Mauri [as Robert Jhonson]
- Cinematography: Luigi Ciccarese [Eastmancolor - widescreen]
- Music: Marcello Gigante
- Producer: Francesco Vitolo
When an army lieutenant is sent on a secret mission and his contact is shot and killed, he is charged with the crime and court-martialed. He learns he was set up by his commanding officer and escapes to prove his innocence.
Patched together from previous Mauri productions (...e lo chiamarono Spirito Santo and Bada alla tua pelle Spirito Santo!, with the addition of about ten new sequences) and given a limited Italian release.