Duelo a muerte

From The Spaghetti Western Database

Duelo a muerte (Spain 1981 / Director: Rafael Romero Marchent)

Also known as

La venganza del lobo negro (Spain) | Revenge of the Black Wolf

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Fernando Allende (Carlos Aceves, 'El Lobo Negro'), Christian Bach (Margaret), Alvaro de Luna (Captain), Esperanza Roy (Carmen), Carlos Ballesteros (Governor Sullivan), María Silva (Marquesa), Lola Forner (Isabel Aceves), Fernando Sancho (Corporal Donovan), José María Caffarel (Don Diego Aceves), Eduardo Calvo (doctor), Bernabe Barta Barri [as Berta Barry](Geronimo), Frank Braña (Teodoro Garcia), Alfonso del Real (Marques), Julián Ugarte (Ramirez), Carmen Roldán (Rosa), Tomás Zori (Pedro), Alejandro de Enciso (Lieutenant), Arturo Alegro, Francisco Jones, José Canalejas (Alcalde), ‘Dum Dum’ Pacheco (Private Spencer), Francisco Camoiras (José), Luis Gaspar (Ernesto Salazar), Arturo Alegro, Paul Benson (henchman), Luis Lorenzo, José Luis Lespe, José Yepes, José Riesgo (Tomas Salazar), Alfredo Calles, Francisco Martin [as Blaky], Joaquin Parra (henchman), Fernando Sánchez Polack (Mexican)
  • Story: Joaquin Romero Marchent, Rafael Romero Hernandez
  • Screenplay: Joaquin Romero Marchent, Rafael Romero Hernandez
  • Cinematography: Jorge Herrero [color]
  • Music: Carlos Agulló, E. Guerin + Carlos Villa
  • Producer: Luis Mendez, Francisco Bellot, Enrique Bellot

Synopsis

The new Cailfornia governor holds a grudge against the Black Wolf for injuring his hand in a previous sword duel. Using the American officer, who is investigating previous events, as his front, he forces heavy taxes on the citizens of Monterrey and confiscates the land of those who can’t pay forcing the Black Wolf to intervene.

Trivia

Sequel to El lobo negro

External Links

Internet Movie Database

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