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Killer Calibro 32

From The Spaghetti Western Database

Killer Calibro 32 (Italy 1967 / Director: Alfonso Brescia [as Al Bradley])

  • Release Date: 20.4.1967
  • Runtime: approx 94min

Also known as

Stirb oder töte! (Germany) | 32 Caliber Killer | Killer Caliber 32 (U.S.A.) | Cada bala tem um nome (Portugal) | O Matador de aluguel (Brazil) | Calibro 32 gia epta katharmata (Greece) | Calibre 32 (France)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Peter Lee Lawrence (Silver), Hélène Chanel [as Sherill Morgan] (Doll / Dolly), Agnès Spaak (Beth), Alberto Dell'Acqua [as Cole Kitosch] (Spot), Lucy Scay [Lucy Slade in the English version] (Janet Sullivan), Andrea Bosic [as Andrey Bosic] (Averell), Mirko Ellis (Sheriff), Massimo Righi [as Max Dean] (Jud), John Bartha (Parker), Valentino Macchi [as Robert Steevenson] (young man in coach), Nello Pazzafini [as Red Carter] (Fitch), Silvio Bagolini [as Stephen Wilde] (old drunkard), Michael Bolt [as Mike Bolt] (Carruthers), Gregory West (Kent/Ramirez), John Taylor (Bellison), Joseph Holls (Doctor Ward), Giovanni Ivan Scratuglia [as Ivan G. Scrat] (poker player)
  • Also with: Bruno Ukmar (Austin), Emilio Messina (Sanchez / Freeman), Franco Pesce (Sullivan), Franco Ukmar (Reg), Claudio Ruffini (Sandy), Luigi Bonos (Alonzo, mine worker), Nino Nini (bank clerk), Umberto Salomone (old gambler), Guido Tonti
  • Story: Enzo Gicca Palli
  • Screenplay: Enzo Gicca (Enzo Gicca Palli)
  • Cinematography: Fulvio Testi (as Bob Roberts) [Eastmancolor, Techniscope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Robby Poitevin
  • Song: "Amica Colt” sung by Maurizio Graf
  • Producer: Bruno Turchetto

Synopsis

Super cool Silver kills the seven members of a masked gang, one by one. Saloon girls and poker games enliven this action-packed movie which culminates in the unmasking of the evil gang's boss.

Comment

Acceptable SW with a crime story and an elegantly dressed hero for doing the detective work, which can be viewed as a forerunner of the Sartana series. A few years later Silver became indeed via Gianni Garko in The Price of Death a quasi Sartana.

by Stanton

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