Due facce del dollaro, Le

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Le due facce del dollaro (Italy · France 1967 / Director: Roberto Bianchi Montero)

Also known as

Poker d'assi (Italy) | Poker d'as pour Django (France) | Two Faces of the Dollar (USA) | Two Sides of the Dollar (USA) | Django - Sein Colt singt sechs Strophen (Germany) | Stinkende Dollar (Germany) | Adios Amigos (Germany | Ola gia ola (Greece) | As Duas Faces do Dolar (Brazil) | Live by the Gun, Die by the Gun
Two Faces of the Dollar movie poster


A watchmaker, a gunman, an ex-Colonel and a beautiful girl decide to steal a big load of gold stored in Fort Henderson. The task is not easy, because the fort is very well guarded, but with adventurous stratagems...


  • Cast (Italian): Maurice Poli [as Monty Greenwood] (Django / Honey / Miele), Jacques Herlin (Mathematicus / Matthew / Mad Michael), Gabriella Giorgelli (Jane / Janet), Gérard Herter (Blackgrave), Andrea Scotti [as Andrew Scott] (Thomas Sinclair), Andrea Bosic (Colonel Talbert), Mario Maranzana (Sergeant Lodge), Tom Felleghy (Major Stein), Ferruccio Viotti (Captain Mulligan), Donato Di Sepio [as Dony Baster] (stagecoach shotgun), Claudio Ruffini (Fort Henderson sergeant), Ivan Giovanni Scratuglia [as Ivan Scratuglia] (Sergeant Brown), Valentino Macchi (Lieutenant Lavin), Nello Riviè (soldier bringing Jane to fort), Calisto Calisti (banker), Ennio Balbo (gun seller)
  • Uncredited actors: Bruno Ukmar (hired bandit [credited as maestro d'armi]), Spartaco Conversi (mission bandit leader), Paolo Figlia (mission bandit), Luigi Scavran (tied up padre), Fortunato Arena (Mexican bandit), Osiride Pevarello (Mexican bandit), Claudio Scarchelli (Mexican bandit), Bruno Ariè (hired gunman), Pietro Torrisi (hired gunman), Franco Ukmar (hired gunman), Giancarlo Ukmar (hired gunman), Alberigo Donadeo (soldier), Massimo Ciprari (soldier), Artemio Antonini (soldier)
  • Director: Roberto Bianchi Montero [as Roberto B. Montero]
  • Story: Alberto Silvestri, Franco Verucci
  • Screenplay: Alberto Silvestri, Franco Verucci
  • Cinematography: Stelvio Massi [Eastmancolor - Totalscope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Giosofat Capuano, Mario Capuano
  • Producer: Francesco Giorgi, Antonio Lucatelli



Versions and runtimes

  • Runtime: 94 min

Release Dates

  • December 28, 1967 (Italy)

Filming locations

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