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Giubbe Rosse

From The Spaghetti Western Database

Giubbe rosse (Italy 1975 / Director: Aristide Massaccesi [as Joe D'Amato])

  • Runtime: 97 min
  • Release Date: 24.4.1975

Also known as

Red Coat (U.S.A.) | Killers Of The Savage North (U.S.A.) | Cormack of the Mounties (U.K.) | Die Rotröcke (Germany) | Die Gnadenlose Meute (Germany) | Bill Cormack, le federe (France) | Guerreras rojas (Spain) | Colmillo blanco al ataque (Mexico) | Cormack, o atromitos kynigos (Greece)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Fabio Testi (Corporal Bill Cormack), Guido Mannari (Caribou), Lynne Frederick (Elizabeth), Lionel Stander (Doctor Higgins), Claudio Undari [as Robert Hundar](Wolf Seattle), Lars Bloch (Andy O'Brien), Renato Cestiè (Jimmy), Daniele Dublino (lieutenant), Wendy Deborah D’Olive (Shee-Noa), Aldo Cecconi (Rick, Wolf henchman), Geoffrey Copleston (RMP Commander), Bruno Corazzari (Logan, bandit), Elio Angelucci (Fred, Wolf henchman), Luigi Antonio Guerra, Paolo Magalotti (Curt, trapper), Renzo Pevarello (Wolf henchman), Emilio Messina
  • Story: Claudio Bernabei, Joe D'Amato (Aristide Massaccesi)
  • Screenplay: Claudio Bernabei, Joe D'Amato (Aristide Massaccesi), Luigi Montefiori [as George Eastman]
  • Cinematography: Joe D'Amato (Aristide Massaccesi) [Technicolor - widescreen]
  • Music: Carlo Rustichelli
  • Song: “Day After Day” sung by Lynne Frederick
  • Producer: Alfonso Donati

Synopsis

Set in the great Canadian wilderness, two men, a mountie (Cormack) and an outlaw (Caribou) who were once close, have become enemies. Caribou kidnaps Cormack's son, hoping to lure him into a trap, but matters are complicated by the presence of a gold hungry gang of robbers.

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