Jim il primo
From The Spaghetti Western Database
Jim, il primo (Italy 1964 / Director: Sergio Bergonzelli [as Serge Bergon])
- Runtime: 96 min
- Release Date: 29.10.1964
Also known as
...era una pistola infallible lo chiamavano Jim il primo (Italy | El ultimo revolver (Spain) | Le dernier pistolet (France) | Das letzte Gewehr (Germany) | Holle, ihr Banditen (Germany) | Fur eine Handvoll Gold (Germany) | Killer's Canyon (U.K.) | The Last Gun (U.S.A.) | Lonely Gunslinger (U.S.A.) | Kano ehthrous gia na skotono (Greece) | Poslední puška (Czechoslovakia) | Django, the Last Gun
Cast and crew
- Cast: Cameron Mitchell (Bill), Carl Möhner (Guitar), Kitty Carver [as Ketty Carver](Janet), Mary Gordon, Donato Di Sepio [as Dony Batner](Paquito, saloon bartender), Vic Nojaski, Luigi Batzella [as Paul Solvay](Morgan, banker), Harris Cooper, Fanny Clair (Millie), Gino Marturano [as John Mathews](Texas, gang leader), Anna Lina Alberti [as Lina Albert](Rosario, saloon proprietor), Ugo Fangareggi [as Ugo Mudd](Bow Tie, Texas henchman)), Calisto Calisti (Glenn, Janet's father), Attilio Severini (Guido, Texas henchman), Diego Pozzetto [as Diego Wells](Noah), Cinzia Rancher, Luke Aary, Célina Cély (Dolores), Livio Lorenzon (Jess Lindahl)
- Also with: Giulio Maculani (sheriff), Fausto Signoretti (Buffalo, Lindahl henchman), Luigi Ciavarro (Lindahl henchman), Guglielmo Spoletini (Lindahl henchman), Alba Maiolini (saloon cook), Antonio Danesi (stagecoach driver), Angelo Casadei (Handley, town official), Umberto Salomone (man unloading stage), Franz Colangelo (Sanderson resident)
- Screenplay: Dick Fulner, Palmmambrogio Molteni [as Ambrose Molteni], James Wilde Jr.
- Cinematography: Romolo Garroni, Amerigo Gengarelli (Eastmancolor - Superscope)
- Music: Marcello Gigante
- Songs: "Young Jim Hart" sung by Peter Tevis, "Amor Mexicano" sung by Rena Filippini
- Producer: Luigi Gianni, Elio Sorrentino
Danger rides into the peaceful town of Sanderson as a band of outlaws, led by the notorious Jess Lindahl, takes over the town in anticipation of the arrival of a large shipment of gold. The mysterious legendary masked rider, Jim Hart, reappears to protect the locals and a guitar playing, gun-toting balladeer, who like Jim Hart shoots left-handed, coincidentally arrives with the bandits.