Dio perdona... Io no!

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Dio perdona... io no! (Italy, Spain 1967 / Director: Giuseppe Colizzi)

  • Runtime: 113 min
  • Release Date: 31.10.67

Also known as

God Forgives, I Don't (U.S.A.) | Blood River (U.K.) | Zwei vom Affen gebissen (Germany)(Comedy dub) | Gott vergibt, Django nie! (Germany) | Gott vergibt, wir beide nie! (Germany) | Dios perdona, yo no (Spain) | Tu perdonas... yo no (Spain) | Gud förlater men inte jag! (Sweden) / Gud förlåter jag inte! | Luoja armahtaa minä en (Finland) | Manden de kaldte Englefjaes (Denmark) | Rid aldrig ensam (Sweden) | Deus perdoa... eu não (Portugal) | Bóg wybacza - ja nigdy (Poland) | Trinita ne pardonne pas! (France) | Bůh odpouští, já ne! (Czech Republic) | God Forgives, Django Doesn't | Kill or be Killed | Bastard... Vamos a matar! | Щастливи дни за Тринита (Bulgaria)

Cast and Crew

  • Cast: Terence Hill (Cat 'Pretty Face' Stevens / Doc Will / Wild Doc / Django), Bud Spencer (Hutch 'Jackass' Bessy / Earp Hargitay / Dan Bus), Frank Wolff (Bill 'Dead Man' San Antonio), Gina Rovere (Rose / Rosa), José Manuel Martín (Bud), Joaquín Blanco, Frank Braña (Lou), Antonietta Fiorito, Franco Gulà (undertaker, clockmaker), José Canalejas (Ferderico, San Antonio bandit), Francisco Sanz [as Paco Sanz](cantina informer), Remo Capitani (saloon bartender), Antonio Decembrino, Juan Olaguivel (Dargo, San Antonio bandit), Tito Garcia (Tam Tam, San Antonio henchman), Luis Barboo (San Antonio bandit), Giovanna Lenzi, Roberto Alessandri (poker player), Bruno Arie (poker player), Giancarlo Bastianoni (poker player), Rufino Inglés (Miguel/José Hernandez)
  • Also with: Antonio Padilla (San Antonio bandit), José Terrón ('Flatface', San Antonio bandit), Arturo Fuento
  • Story and Screenplay: Giuseppe Colizzi
  • Cinematography: Alfio Contini [Technicolor, Techniscope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Carlo Rustichelli (credited to Ángel Oliver Pina)
  • Producer: Enzio D'Ambrosio


A gunman and an insurance detective join forces to find loot hidden by the brutal Bill San Antonio, who they believe is dead, but who actually had only faked his death to rob a train.


Spanish classical composer Ángel Oliver Pina (1937 - 2005) is credited for the music in most prints, most likely for tax quota reasons.


Guiseppe Collizi's tough and sinister looking western teams up, for the first time, Terence Hill and Bud Spencer, and its immediate great success in Italy helped form one of the most popular duos in (European) film history. -- Stanton

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