Johnny Yuma

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Johnny Yuma (Italy 1966 / Director: Romolo Girolami)

Also known as

Gun of courage (Thailand) | Johnny Yuma - O Vingador (Brazil) | 10.000 dollar för Johnny Yuma (Sweden) | 皆殺し無頼 Minagorosi burai (Japan ) | Yuma, tha pethanis (Greece)
Johnny Yuma movie poster


Money hungry Samantha Felton connives with her brother Pedro to murder her husband in order to get her hands on his ranching empire only to discover that he has left everything to his nephew, Johnny. She decides to hire her ex lover, and ruthless bounty killer, Carradine to get rid of the unwanted heir. Meanwhile, Johnny arrives in town, discovers the plan against him, forms a mutual respect for Carradine and sets out to find the hidden will which would scupper Mrs. Felton's evil plans.


  • Cast (International): Mark Damon (Johnny Yuma), Lawrence Dobkin (Lawrence/Linus Jerome Carradine), Rosalba Neri (Samantha Felton), Luigi Vannucchi [as Louis Vanner] (Pedro), Fidel Gonzalez (Zorito), Gustavo D'Arpe [as Gus Harper] (Harvey Pitt), Gianni Solaro [as Johnny Solaro] (Hans Vander Oder), Dada Gallotti [as Dada Gayford] (Susan), Mirella Pamphili [as Mirella Dugan] (saloon girl), Franco Lantieri [as Frank Liston] (Luis 'Sancho' Fernandez), Ferdinando Poggi [as Ned Poger] (Hacker / Sugar), Leslie Daniel (Thomas Felton)
  • Uncredited & Background actors:: Luciano Bonanni (Charlie, stage line manager), Fortunato Arena (Mudd, poker player), Saturno Cerra (Hawkeye, bandit), Luigi Scavran (bounty checker), Rossella Bergamonte (Treanna saloon girl), Umberto Salomone (saloon customer), Bruno Degni (saloon customer), Clemente Ukmar (saloon patron), Augusto Brenna (saloon patron), Rocco Lerro (Pedro henchman), Alberigo Donadeo (Pedro henchman), Joaquín Parra (Pedro henchman), Alfonso Giganti (Henry, barman), Ugo Ballester (2nd bartender), María José Collado (Felton maid), Angelo Casadei (outlaw), Franco Ukmar (brawler), Piero Morgia (brawler), Omero Capanna (brawler)
  • Director: Romolo Girolami [as Romolo Guerrieri]
  • Story: Sauro Scavolini [as Michael Skory]
  • Screenplay: Fernando Di Leo [as Fred Munch], Romolo Guerrieri, Sauro Scavolini [as Michael Skory], Giovanni Simonelli
  • Cinematography: Mario Capriotti [Eastmancolor - Deltavision 70 2,35:1]
  • Music: Nora Orlandi
  • Songs: "Johnny Yuma" + "That Silent Man" sung by The Wilder Brothers
  • Producer: Italo Zingarelli


Versions and runtimes

  • Runtime: 97 min

Release Dates

  • August 11, 1966 (Italy)

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