Due contro tutti

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Due contro tutti (Italy · Spain 1962 / Directors: Antonio Momplet, Alberto De Martino)

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  • Runtime: 89 min
  • Release Date: 4.12.1962 (Italy)

Also known as

El sheriff terrible (Spain) | Os bravos de Golden City (Portugal) | Terrible Sheriff | Two Against All

Cast and crew

  • Cast (Italian): Walter Chiari (Bull Bullivan), Raimondo Vianello (Jonathan Bullivan), Aroldo Tieri (Mayor Fats Missouri), Licia Calderón (Suzanne), María Silva (Clementine), Antonio Molino Rojo (Smith, Missouri lieutenant), Félix Fernández (Barnun, chicken farmer), Bruno Scipioni (railroad foreman), Emilio Rodríguez (Missouri bouncer), Claude Marshal, Rafael Luis Calvo [as José Calvo] (Tornado, Missouri bouncer), Miguel Del Castillo (poker dealer), Alfonso Rojas (dice croupier), Fernando Hilbeck (Black Boy), Antonio Padilla [as Antonio Madilla] (Black Boy bandit), Maruja Tamayo (wagon loader's wife), José Riesgo (Black Boy bandit), José Villasante (Jimmy de la Rosa, ambush leader), Xan das Bolas (wagon loader), Mac Ronay (McSister, hotelier)
  • Additional Spanish credits: Antonio Vico (McSister, hotelier), Ángela Pla (Mrs Barnun), Venancio Muro (barber), Juan Cazalilla, María Pinar, Belinda Corel, Pedro Fenollar (bartender)
  • Uncredited actors: Rafael Cortes (cockfight observer), Agustín Bescos (cockfight observer), Jose Luis Galicia
  • Story: Mario Guerra, Alberto de Martino
  • Screenplay: Mario Guerra, Ruggero Maccari, Jose Mallorqui, Giulio Scarnicci, Ettore Scola, Vittorio Vighi
  • Cinematography: Ricardo Torres, Dario De Palma [Eastmancolor]
  • Music Gianni Ferrio (Italian version), Manuel Parada (Spanish version)
  • Songs: "Era un Bullivan", "Cotton Twist" sung by ?
  • Assistant Director: Rafael Romero Marchent
  • Producer: Emo Bistolfi

Synopsis

Two drifting brothers looking for easy money come under the influence of a drug and temporarily turn into fearless heroes.

Trivia

  • In the Italian version Alberto de Martino is credited with "Un film di" with Antonio Momplet credited as director, in the Spanish only Antonio Momplet is credited.
  • In the Italian version Mac Ronay is McSister the hotelier, in the Spanish version Antonio Vico plays the same character.
  • There are a few scenes that are extended in the Spanish version.

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