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Dinamite Jim

From The Spaghetti Western Database

Dinamite Jim (Spain, Italy 1966 / Director: Alfonso Balcázar)

  • Runtime: 88 min
  • Release Date: 31.12.1966

Also known as

Dinamita Jim (Spain) | Jim el Dinamita (Spain) | Dynamite Jim (U.S.A.) | Dynamiitti Jim (Finland) | Los Alamos (Greece) | Até o Inferno Irei a Sua Procura (Brazil)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Luis Dávila (Dynamite Jim Farrell), Fernando Sancho (Pablo Reyes), Rosalba Neri (Margaret), Aldo Sambrell (Slade), Maria Pia Conte (Lupita), Manuel Muñiz (as "Pajarito")(undertaker preacher), Marcello Selmi (Clint Sherwood), Osvaldo Genazzani (Thomas Ferguson), Miguel de la Riva (Lt. Williams), Carlos Miguel Solá (Captain Trevor), Adalberto Rossetti, Jack Rocha (Gurko), Vi­ctor Israel (hotel clerk), José María Caffarel, Oscar Carreras, José Castillo Escalona (Colonel Lyon), Joaquín Diaz (banker), Gaspar 'Indio' González (as Indio González), Amparo L. Rubio, Giovanni Ivan Scratuglia (as Giovanni Scratuglia), Charito Vallés
  • Story: Alfonso Balcázar, José Antonio de la Loma, Mario Pasca
  • Screenplay: Alfonso Balcázar, José Antonio de la Loma, Mario Pasca, Alberto Liberati
  • Cinematography: Victor Monreal [Eastmancolor - Techniscope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Nico Fidenco
  • Song: "Dynamite Jim" sung by I Cantori Moderni di Alessandroni
  • Producer: Remo Odevaine


This amusing spaghetti western from prolific director Alfonso Balcazar is set during the American Civil War. Luis Davila stars as Dynamite Jim, a Northern spy smuggling Mexican gold through Rebel territory to an Iowa fort. Jim's journey includes betrayal by a greedy cohort (Fernando Sancho), a showdown with an evil bandit (Aldo Sambrell), and other standard encounters, well-photographed by Victor Monreal. Cult-film fans will be pleased by the lovely Rosalba Neri (as a dancehall floozy) and amused by a particularly ludicrous soundtrack by Nico Fidenco. -- NYTimes (link broken)


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