Dio perdoni la mia pistola

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Dio perdoni la mia pistola (Italy 1966-69 / Directors: Mario Gariazzo, Leopoldo Savona)

  • Runtime: 94 min
  • Release Date: 7.8.1969

Also known as

Django - Gott, vergib seinem Colt (Germany) | Gott, vergib meinem Colt (Germany) | God Will Forgive My Pistol (U.S.A.) | God Will Forgive My Gun (U.S.A.) | Dieu pardonne à mon pistolet (France) | Ego syghoro, to pistoli mou ohi (Greece)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Wayde Preston (Johnny "Texas" Brennan), Loredana Nusciak (Gladys Clanton), Giuseppe De Santis [as Joe de Santis](Charlie Clanton), Dan Vadis (Deputy Jason Martin), Giuseppe Addobbati (Sheriff Brennan), José Torres (Jerome), Livio Lorenzon (Ramon Ramirez), Arturo Dominici [as Arthur Kent](Judge Collins), Bruno Arié (Tommy, barman), Arnaldo Fabrizio (Burt), Salvatore Furnari (Bart, dwarf), Fedele Gentile (Doctor Stevens), Nino Marchetti (Mike O'Connor, storekeeper), Luciano Bonanni (Kit, mute blacksmith), Riccardo Pizzuti (Manuel Ramirez), Fortunato Arena (stagecoach shotgun), Giovanni Ivan Scratuglia (deputy), Osiride Pevarello (Clanton henchman), Irio Fantini, Pasquale Basile (Pablo Ramirez), Antonietta Fiorito, Angelo Susani (Ross, Clanton henchman), Gilberto Galimberti (Clanton henchman), Guglielmo Spoletini (Clanton henchman), Franco Ukmar (Clanton henchman), Fulvio Pellegrino (barber), Omero Capanna (Martin henchman), Caroline Clark, Moa Tahi
  • Story: Mario Gariazzo, Leopoldo Savona
  • Screenplay: Mario Gariazzo, Leopoldo Savona
  • Cinematography: Stelvio Massi [Eastmancolor, Cromoscope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Vasili Kojucharov (full name: Vasco Vassil Kojucharov)
  • Song: "A Man Called Texas" sung by Raoul (Ettore Lovecchio)
  • Producers: Aldo Addobbatti, Paolo Moffa

Synopsis

Johnny Texas is asked to inquire about the death of Prescott who was robbed and killed under suspicious circumstances. His investigation upsets Prescott's neighbor, Clanton, who now claims Prescott's land as his own.

Trivia

This film started shooting in 1966 with Gariazzo as director and was then aborted. Three years later a producer bought the partly finished material and Leopoldo Savona completed the rest of the film. The soundtrack was mostly "borrowed" from No Room to Die.

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