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Djurado (Italy, Spain 1966 / Director: Giovanni Narzisi [as John Farrell])

  • Runtime: 87 min
  • Release Date: 20.8.1966

Also known as

Jim Golden Póker (Spain) | El Djurado (Spain) | El Djurado (France) | Djurado (USA) | Viva caballeros (Greece) | Johnny Golden Poker

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Dante Posani [as Montgomery Clark](Djurado / Jim Golden Poker), Scilla Gabel (Barbara Donovan), Luis Induni (Tucan), Mariangela Giordano [as Mary Jordan](Dorianne), Goyo Lebrero (False Dollar), Isarco Ravaioli (Marshall Ray Daller), Mirella Pamphili (Tucan's woman), Margaret Lee (Mitzy), Gianni Meccia (Ricky, guitar player)
  • Also with: Peter Adamov (poster credit), Loris Bazzocchi (Tucan lieutenant), Federico Boido (Tucan henchman), Fortunato Arena (Tucan henchman, Dallas), Franco Moruzzi (Tucan henchman), Michele Branca (Tucan henchman), Pietro Torrisi (Tucan henchman, Dallas), Alberto Venturi (poker player), Quinto Marziali (citizen)
  • Story: William Azzella (as William Menzel), Federico De Urrutia
  • Screenplay: William Azzella (as William Menzel), Federico De Urrutia, Giovanni Narzisi
  • Cinematography: Miguel Fernandez Mila [Eastmancolor, Panoramica]
  • Music: Gianni Ferrio
  • Song: "Solo il vento lo sa" sung by Gianni Meccia
  • Producers: E. Fegarotti, M. Di Rienzo, Ricardo Sanz


Djurado (Dante Posani acting as "Montgomery Clark"), is a gun-slinging professional gambler who struts into the small town of Silver Mine and wins half of the local saloon, the other part of which belongs to Barbara (Scilla Gabel), whilst battling notorious outlaw Tucan (Luis Induni).

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