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Lo voglio morto

From The Spaghetti Western Database

Lo voglio morto (Italy, Spain 1968 / Director: Paolo Bianchini)

  • Runtime: 86 min
  • Release Date: 15.6.1968
  • Filming Locations: Almería

Also known as

I Want Him Dead (U.S.A.) | Lo quiero muerto (Spain) | Django - Ich will ihn tot (Germany) | Clayton l'implacable (France) | Elävänä tai kuolleena (Finland) | Eu Quero Ele Morto (Brazil) | Procurado Vivo ou Morto (Brazil) | Ton thelo pethameno (Greece) | Os Ambiciosos Também Morrem (Portugal) |

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Craig Hill (Clayton), Lea Massari (Aloma), José Manuel Martín (Jack Blood), Andrea Bosic (Mallek), Licia Calderón (Marisol / Maria / Marisa), Christina Businari (Mercedes), Federico Boido [as Rich Boyd](Steve), Andrea Scotti (Harry Gunn), Frank Braña [as Francisco Brana](Berger), José Canalejas [as José Canaleyas](Blood henchman), Renato Chiantoni (Newton), Remo De Angelis (sheriff), Francisco Nieto (Alan, Blood bandit), José Riesgo (Mac), José Terrón (sheriff's brother), Rocco Lerro (Union Major), Enrique Santiago (Frank Ross), Valentino Macchi (Malleck henchman), Barta Barry (Confederate officer), Antonio Decembrino (Logan)
  • Story: Carlos Arabia
  • Screenplay: Carlos Sarabia
  • Cinematography: Ricardo Andreu [Eastmancolor - widescreen]
  • Music: Nico Fidenco
  • Song: "Clayton" sung by Lida Lu
  • Producer: Luccio Bompani


During the American Civil War, two gunmen on Mallek's payroll rape and kill Clayton's sister, Mercedes. Clayton's search for vengeance converges with plans to prolong the war by assassinating two generals who are meeting to discuss peace terms. Jack Blood is the man set to carry out these plans and Clayton's pursuit of him leads him into deeper and more difficult waters.


Tough and well made western. Very serious and with a touch of politics, "I Want him Dead" presents a man taking revenge for his killed sister, while thugs are planning the assassination of two Generals who want to negotiate a cease fire in the civil war. --Sebastian 22:22, 9 Sep 2005 (CEST)

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