Da uomo a uomo

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Da uomo a uomo (Italy 1967) is a revenge-themed spaghetti western by director Giulio Petroni that premiered in 1967.

Also known as

Death Rides a Horse (USA) | Vita, morte e vendetta (Italy) | Die Rechnung wird mit Blei bezahlt (Germany) | Von Mann zu Mann (Germany) | A morte vem a cavalo (Portugal) | De hombre a hombre (Spain) | La Mort était au rendez-vous (France) | D'homme a home (France) | A Morte Anda a Cavalo (Brazil) | Śmierć jeździ konno (Poland) | Hämndens timme (Sweden) | Kosto odottaa (Finland) | Oi 5 simademenoi tou El Viento (Greece) | Muž proti muži (Czech Republic) | 新・夕陽のガンマン/復讐の旅 Shin Yuhi no gunman / Hukusyu no tabi (Japan) | Viva Django, Man to Man | Two Deadliest Guns Alive
Death Rides a Horse movie poster

Synopsis

Bill (Law), who as a child witnesses the slaughter of his family, sets out to track down the outlaws from the clues he remembers from that night. Ryan (Van Cleef), being released from prison, is on the trail of the same gang having been robbed and double-crossed by them. What starts as a rivalry turns into a deadly cooperation, and the discovery of their linked pasts.

Credits

  • Cast (International): Lee Van Cleef (Ryan), John Phillip Law (Bill Meceita), Mario Brega (One-Eye, Walcott henchman), Luigi Pistilli (Walcott), Anthony Dawson (Bert '4 Aces' Cavanaugh), Jose Torres (Pedro, Walcott henchman), Franco Balducci (Lyndon City sheriff), Bruno Corazzari (Walcott bartender), Felicita Fanny (Marita), Ignazio Leone (Holly Spring preacher), Carlo Pisacane (Holly Spring station master), Angelo Susani (Paco, Walcott henchman), Guglielmo Spoletini (Manuel, Walcott henchman), Vivienne Bocca, Walter Giuliangeli (Bill as a child), Mario Mandalari (hotel employee), Natale Nazzareno, Ennio Pagliani (Mr. Meceita), Giovanni Petrucci (Holly Spring saloon waiter), Romano Puppo (Lyndon City deputy), Richard Watson (hometown sheriff), Archie Savage (black gambler, saloon)
  • Uncredited & Background actors: Nerina Montagnani (preacher's wife), Remo Capitani (member of gold escort), Claudio Ruffini (prison warden), Luigi Scavran (prison guard), Giuseppe Castellano (Holly Spring deputy, saloon), Jeff Cameron (Cavanaugh henchman, saloon), Giuseppe Lauricella (Holly Spring losing card player), Enzo Mondino (Holly Spring card player), Franz Colangelo (Holly Spring saloon patron), Ferruccio Fregonese (Holly Spring saloon patron), Vincenzo De Palo (Holly Spring saloon patron), Rocco Lerro (Cavanaugh henchman, saloon), Amerigo Castrighella (Cavanaugh henchman, saloon), Mauro Mannatrizio (Holly Spring bouncer), Enrico Chiappafreddo (Holly Spring saloon waiter), Alberigo Donadeo (Mexican villager), Alba Maiolini (Mexican villager), Giglio Gigli (killer at Meceita's), Umberto Salamone (old man on porch), Antonio Ponciano (Walcott henchman)
  • Director: Giulio Petroni
  • Story: Luciano Vincenzoni
  • Screenplay: Luciano Vincenzoni
  • Cinematography: Carlo Carlini [Technicolor - Techniscope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Ennio Morricone
  • Song: "Death Rides A Horse" sung by Raoul
  • Producers: Alfonso Sansone, Henryk Chorscicki
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Trivia

Versions and runtimes

  • Runtime: 116 minutes

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Release Dates

Theatrical launches: August 31, 1967 (Italy)

Filming locations

  • Filming locations: Cabo de Gata, Tabernas - Almería

Production and business

Revenue:

Dubbing

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