Más fabuloso golpe del Far-West, El

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El más fabuloso golpe del Far-West (Spain, Italy, France 1971 / Director: José Antonio de la Loma)

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  • Release Date: 6.3.1972

Also known as

Hold-Up à Sun Valley (France) | Nevada (Italy) | Suuri Pankkiryosto (Finland) | The Boldest Job in the West (U.S.A.) | Det stora bankrånet (Sweden) | O Golpe Mais Fabuloso Do Oeste (Brazil)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Mark Edwards (Michigan), Carmen Sevilla (Marion), Carlos Bravo [as Charly Bravo](Poldo), Patty Shepard (Lupe), Piero Lulli (Jeremiah), Barbara Carroll [as Barbara Carrol](Sophie), Frank Braña (Sergeant Jess Calloway), Yvan Verella (Budd), Jaume Picas [as Jaime Picas](sheriff), Poldo Bendandi (Deputy Ronny), Osvaldo Genazzani [as Oswaldo Genazani](disgruntled poker player), Mercédès Molinar [as Mercedes Linter](Marion's maid), Fernando Bilbao (Little Steve), Aurelian Lintermans [as J. Lintermans], Juanito Santiago (Changito), Fernando Sancho (El Reyes)
  • Also with: Gaspar 'Indio' Gonzalez (non-paying hotel guest), Miquel Bordoy (barman), Ivan Roberto
  • Story: José Antonio de la Loma
  • Screenplay: José Antonio de la Loma
  • Cinematography: Hans Burmann, Antonio Millan [Eastmancolor - Panoramico]
  • Music: Stelvio Cipriani
  • Song: "They Call it Gold" sung by Don Powell
  • Producers: José María Carcansona, Pierre Kalfon


A bandit gang successfully executes a complicated bank heist but disagreements arise in the aftermath.

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