Dos mil dólares por Coyote

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Dos mil dólares por Coyote (Spain 1966 / Director: León Klimovsky, José Elorietta)

Also known as

Django cacciatore di taglie (Italy) | Two Thousand Dollars for Coyote (U.S.A.) | Ballad of a Bounty Hunter (U.S.A.) | Django, a Bullet for You (U.S.A.) | Las bruites de la frontiera (Spain) | $2,000 for Coyote (U.K.) | 2.000 dolares por Coyote (France) | Django Caçador De Bandidos (Brazil)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: James Philbrook (Sam Foster / Django), Nuria Torray (Mary Patterson), Julio Pérez Tabernero (Jimmy Patterson), Perla Cristal (Rita), Mariano Vidal Molina [as Vidal Molina](Sonora), Alfonso Rojas (sheriff), Guillermo Méndez (gray haired outlaw), Rafael Vaquero (outlaw w/sombrero), José Luis Lluch (Ricardo, outlaw), Antonio Moreno (Uncle Jeremy), Lola Lemos (aunt), Rafael F. Rosas, José Sancho (deputy), Jose Miguel Ariza, Rafael Munoz [as Ralph Calvo](White Feather), Jonathan Daly
  • Story: Manuel Sebares, Fernando di Uttutia, Sidney Pink
  • Screenplay: Manuel Sebares, Fernando di Uttutia [as Joseph L. Conrad]
  • Cinematography: Pablo Ripoll [as Paul Ripoli/Bert Fuchs] [Technicolor - SuperVision]
  • Music: Fernando García Morcillo [as Warren Jellico]
  • Producer: Sidney W. Pink, Salvadore Romero


Sam Foster is a bounty hunter on the trail of a group of outlaws who have persuaded a local youth, Jimmy, to help them rob the town bank. When the bandits head for Mexico, Sam must convince Jimmy to do the right thing; turn against his 'friends', help capture the band and recover the loot.

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