Due sergenti del generale Custer, I

From The Spaghetti Western Database

I due sergenti del Generale Custer (Italy, Spain 1965 / Director: Giorgio C. Simonelli)

  • Runtime: 100 min
  • Release Date: 13.8.1965

Also known as

Dos vivales en Fuerte Alamo (Spain) | Two Idiots at Fort Alamo (U.S.A.) | Two Sergeants of General Custer (U.S.A.) | Herr Major, zwei Flaschen melden sich zur Stelle (Germany) | Die Zwei Sergeanten von General Custer (Germany) | Ta dyo atromita lagonika tou stratigou Custer (Greece) | Franco - Ciccio: 2 kothonia stin legeona tou stratigou Custer (Greece)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Franco Franchi (Franco La Pera), Ciccio Ingrassia (Ciccio La Pera), Margaret Lee (Beth Smith - The Lynx), Moira Orfei (Baby O'Connor), Fernando Sancho (Sgt. Fidhouse), Ernesto Calindri (Northern States Colonel), Franco Giacobini (Cochise), Nino Terzo (Schultz), Aroldo Tieri (1st specialist), Riccardo Garrone (2nd specialist), Michele Malaspina (General Lee), Dina Loy (Mary), Juan Luis Galiardo (as Juan Luis Gallardo), Armando Curcio, Alfio Caltabiano (Nervous Buffalo), Nino Fuscagni, Enzo Andronico, Rino Genovese, Gina Mascetti, Pasquale Basile, Vittorio Duse, Antonio Cuenca, Tom Felleghy (Officer), Ignazio Spalla (Southern Adjutant), Osiride Pevarello (brawler), Ugo Fangareggi (Indian reading smoke signals), Mimmo Poli (barman)
  • Story: Marcello Ciorciolini
  • Screenplay: Marcello Ciorciolini, Giorgio Simonelli, Amedeo Sollazzo
  • Cinematography: Isidoro Goldberger [Eastmancolor, Techniscope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Angelo Francesco Lavagnino
  • Producer: Edmondo Amati

About

The Italian comedy team of Franco and Ciccio spoofs westerns in Due Sergenti del Generale Custer. If it's possible to play the Little Big Horn for laughs, be assured that the stars will give it their best shot. Franco and Ciccio do their usual horrendous mugging and interminable double-talk; sometimes it's funny. This frantic effort was part of an unofficial Franco and Ciccio series, distinguished by such titles as Two Mafiosi versus Goldfinger and Two Marines and a General. The latter film has gained notoriety as the final movie appearance of Buster Keaton.

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