Due once di piombo

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Due once di piombo (Il mio nome è Pecos) (Italy 1966 / Director: Maurizio Lucidi)

Also known as

My Name Is Pecos (USA) | Il mio nome è Pecos (Italy) | Due ore di piombo (Italy) | Mi nombre es Pecos (Spain) | Jonny Madoc (Germany) | Johnny Madoc, der Scharfschütze (Germany) | American Bull (Germany) | Mon nom est Pecos (France) | A vinganca es Pecos (Portugal) | Meu nome é Pécos (Brazil) | Jagad for Dollar (Sweden) | Mitt namn är Pecos (Sweden) | Nimeni on Pecos (Finland) | Pekos olum sagiyor (Turkey) | Pecos, o tromokratis (Greece) | Jmenuji se Pecos (Czechoslovakia) | Pecos, Meu Nome é Pecos! (Brazil) | 復讐の用心棒 Fukusyu no Youjinbo (Japan)
My Name is Pecos movie poster


Pecos Martinez rides into Houston looking to settle an old score with gang leader Clane, who is after the money that disappeared from a recent robbery. The hunt for the loot and Pecos's quest become intertwined with the efforts of the locals to stay alive long enough for help to arrive.


  • Cast: Robert Woods (Pecos Martinez), Pier Paolo Capponi [as Norman Clark] (Joe Clane/Kline), Lucia Modugno (Mary Burton), Peter Carsten (Steve, Clane lieutenant), Luigi Casellato [as Louis Cassel] (Eddie), Cristina Iosani [as Christina Josani] (Nina / Esther), Massimo Righi [as Max Deane] (Jack, Clane henchman), Giuliano Raffaelli (Dr. Burton), Maurizio Bonuglia [as Morris Boone] (Ned, Eddie's brother), Renato Mambor (Bud, Clane henchman), Corinne Fontaine (Lola), Pietro Martellanz [as Peter Martell] (Clane henchman), George Eastman [as Gigi Montefiori] (tall Clane henchman), Dario De Grassi, Kenneth Belton (Brack, Clane thief), Umberto Raho [as Umi Raho] (Morton, gravedigger)
  • Also with: Franco Gulà (Smith, telegrapher), Luciano Bonanni (Frank, blacksmith), Alfredo Adami (Gordon from Laredo), Salvatore Borgese (Slim, Clane henchman), Gino Barbacane (blond Clane henchman), Piero Morgia (Blackie, Clane henchman), Orso Maria Guerrini (bare-armed Clane henchman)
  • Story: Adriano Bolzoni
  • Screenplay: Adriano Bolzoni, Maurizio Lucidi
  • Cinematography: Franco Villa [as Frank Town] [Technicolor - Techniscope 2,35:1]
  • Camera Operator: Aristide Massaccesi aka Joe D'Amato
  • Music: Lallo Gori
  • Song: "The Ballad of Pecos" sung by Bob Smart
  • Song: "Dal sud verra' qualcuno" sung by Franco Fajila & The Beats
  • Producers: Franco Palombi, Gabriele Silvestri



Followed by Pecos è qui: prega e muori

Versions and runtimes

  • Runtime: 84 min

Release Dates

  • Release Date: 22.12.1966

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