Condenados a vivir

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Condenados a vivir (Spain 1971 / Director: Joaquin Luis Romero Marchent).

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Also known as

Cut-Throats Nine (USA) | Cut Throats 9 | Todesmarsch der Bestien (Germany) | Bronson's Revenge | Condenados a Viver (Brazil) | Katadikoi me hryses alysides (Greece) | カットスロート・ナイン (Japan) | Der Todesmarsch der lebenden Teufel (Luxembourg, VHS)
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Seven prisoners are escorted to a prison by a soldier and his daughter. All the prisoners are chained to one another. In a fight with some bandits they lose their wagon and horses and a long journey through high, snowy mountains awaits them.


  • Cast: Claudio Undari (as Robert Hundar)(Sergeant Brown), Emma Cohen (Cathy/Katy Brown), Alberto Dalbés (Thomas 'Dandy Tom' Loren), Antonio Iranzo (Ray 'The Torch' Brewster), Manuel Tejada (Dean Marlowe), Ricardo Díaz (Joe 'El Comanchero' Ferrell), José Manuel Martín (John 'Weasel' McFarland / Rayo), Carlos Romero Marchent (Slim), Rafael Hernández (Dick Patterson/Robertson), Eduardo Calvo (waystation sergeant), Lorenzo Robledo (waystation soldier), Emilio Rodrí­guez (Caldwell, waystation proprietor), Xan das Bolas [as Tomas Ares](Buddy, head bandit), Francisco Nieto (bandit), Antonio Padilla (wagon guard), Simón Arriaga (waystation soldier), Juan Antonio Elices (grampa bandit), Mabel Karr (Mrs. Brown), Dan van Husen (bandit)
  • Story: Joaquin Romero Marchent, Santiago Moncada
  • Screenplay: Santiago Moncada, Joaquin Romero Marchent [as Joaquín Romero Hernández]
  • Cinematography: Luis Cuadrado [Eastmancolor - Panoramico 1,85:1]
  • Music: Carmelo A. Bernaola
  • Producer: Joaquin Romero Marchent



Distributor Seafirm Kalalexis picked up the film several years later, re-shot gory violence as a gimmick to bring in the audience at 42nd Street with a Cardboard mask given to the paying attendance to wear to avoid watching the violent scene when it happens. The gimmick was a failure, but thanks to today's youth audience the film now gain a cult following thanks to Kalalexis added scene. (Source)

Versions and runtimes

  • Runtime: 91 min

Release Dates

  • Release Date: 24.5.1971 (tbc)
  • July 10, 1972 (Barcelona), September 11, 1972 (Madrid)

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