From The Spaghetti Western Database
Le juge ((France, Italy 1971 / Directors: Federico Chentrens, Jean Girault)
- Runtime: 91 min
- Release Date: 3.3.1971 (France)
Also known as
La loi a l'ouest du Pecos (France) | Le juge Roy Bean (Belgium) | All'ovest di Sacramento (Italy) | Judge Roy Bean (U.S.A.) | Trouble in Sacramento (U.S.A.) | El juez (Spain) | Zakon u Pekosu (Yugoslavia)
Cast and crew
- Cast: Pierre Pierret (Judge Roy Bean/Rocco Pedace), Robert Hossein (Black Bird/'The Sicilian'), Silvia Monti (Cat/Katy), Xavier Gélin (Antonio Burke), Angelo Infanti (Buck Carson), Francoise Girault (Dolly), Paola Borboni (Victoria), Tiberio Murgia (Post Mortem), Giuliano Disperati (pistolero), Silvio Bagolini (Joe Picadilly), Werner Hasselmann (Le Pasteur), Cristina Gaioni (orphan), Franco Gulà (Jeremie), Ugo Fangareggi (Slim), Anne-Marie Balin, Antonio Gradoli, Alberto Alessandri, Carlo Delle Piane, Serafino Profumo, Nerina Montagnani, Muriel Blain
- Story: Jacques Villfrid, based on characters created by Goscinny & Morris
- Screenplay: Luigi Angelo, Federico Chentrens, Oscar De Mans
- Cinematography: Mario Fioretti [Kodakcolor, Panoramico]
- Music: Pierre Perret
- Song: "Le juge Roy Bean" sung by Pierre Perret
- Producers: Maurice Jacquin, Paul Laffargue
In a small western town the ineffable judge Roy Bean metes out justice in his own special way. A cargo of gold is ambushed by the outlaw Black Bird who fails in the attempt and then rides into town.
Based on an early Lucky Luke comic, but there probably isn't much left of it. But it is at least some kind of comedy.