E poi lo chiamarono il magnifico

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...e poi lo chiamarono il Magnifico (Italy, France, Yugoslavia 1972 / Director: Enzo Barboni)

  • Runtime: 125 min
  • Release Date: 9.9.1972
  • Filming Locations: Plitvice, Yugoslavia

Also known as

Magnifico, l'uomo dell'Est (Italy) | Man of the East (U.S.A.) | El Magnifico (France) | Et maintenant, on l'appelle El Magnifico (France) | Ein Gentleman im wilden Westen (Germany) | Verflucht, verdammt und Halleluja (Germany) | Człowiek ze wschodu (Poland) | Trinita: O anthropos ap' tin Anatoli (Greece) | Mies idästä (Finland) | Mannen från öst (Sweden) | Y después le llamaron el magnífico (Spain) | Chamavam-lhe génio (Portugal) | Podivné dědictví (Czechoslovakia) | A Man from the East | Trinity... E Agora Me Chamam O Magnifico (Brazil) | Ще го наричат Великолепния (Bulgaria) | Ahora Me Llaman El Magnifico (Argentina)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Terence Hill (Sir Thomas Moore), Gregory Walcott (Bill "Bull" Schmidt), Harry Carey Jr. [as Harry Carey] (Holy Joe/John), Dominic Barto (Monkey Smith), Yanti Somer (Candida Austin/Olsen), Riccardo Pizzuti (Morton Clayton, Austin foreman), Enzo Fiermonte (Frank Austin/Olsen), Danika La Loggia (Iris), Jean Louis (Sergeant Liggett, prison guard), Alessandro Sperlì (Tim), Antonio Monselesan [as Tony Norton] (bounty hunter), Salvatore Borgese (bounty hunter), Steffen Zacharias (livery proprietor), Luigi Casellato (stage station owner), Pupo De Luca (prison warden), Rigal Suzanne Leone, François René Gerber, Furio Meniconi (train passenger), Fortunato Arena (Ben Dilligan), Dalusa Harris, Bernard Farber [as Farber Bernard] (man in church), Luigi Antonio Guerra, John Bartha [as Janos Bartha](Jeremiah), Mario Dionisi (Austin cowboy), Spartaco Conversi (Austin henchman), Giancarlo Nacinelli, Claudio Ruffini (saloon owner), Muriel Bauducco
  • Also with: Margherita Horowitz (woman with dog), Salvatore Baccaro (prisoner), Mario Dardanelli (prisoner), Tony Casale (prisoner), Aristide Caporale (prisoner), Marcello Meconizzi (prisoner), Dante Cleri (man in church), Ettore Arena (street fight watcher), Roberto Messina (bartender), Rocco Lerro (saloon patron), Angelo Boscariol (saloon patron), Franco Daddi (saloon patron), Roberto Alessandri (saloon patron), Giancarlo Bastianoni (saloon patron), Sergio Testori (saloon patron), Virgilio Ponti (saloon patron), Emilio Messina (saloon brawler), Renzo Pevarello (saloon brawler), Pietro Torrisi (saloon brawler), Marcello Verziera (saloon brawler), Franco Ukmar (saloon brawler), Paolo Figlia (saloon brawler), Arnaldo Dell'Acqua (saloon brawler), Omero Capanna (saloon brawler), Gaetano Scala (saloon brawler), Bruno Arié (saloon brawler), Giovanni Cianfriglia (saloon brawler), Osiride Pevarello (saloon brawler), Luciano Bonanni (stage passenger), Gennarino Pappagalli (stage passenger), Antonio Danesi (stage driver)
  • Story: Enzo Barboni [as E.B. Clucher]
  • Screenplay: Enzo Barboni [as E.B. Clucher]
  • Cinematography: Aldo Giordani [Technicolor - Techniscope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Guido & Maurizio De Angelis
  • Songs: “Don’t Lose Control” sung by Gene Roman, “Jesus Come to My Heart” sung by 4+4 di Nora Orlandi
  • Producer: Alberto Grimaldi


Young Englishman, Tom, is sent to the West to become a man, per his dead father's last wish. The father's 3 friends are tasked with this job but find it harder than they thought, as Tom is not willing to become a western gunfighter. But unless he does learn the way of the gun, he may lose his love to villain, Clayton Morton.


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