Momento di uccidere, Il

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Il momento di uccidere (Italy · West Germany 1968 / Director: Giuliano Carnimeo)

Also known as

The Moment to Kill (USA) | Django - Ein Sarg voll Blut (Germany) | Momento de matar (Portugal) | Le Moment De Tuer (France) | El momento de matar (Spain) | Het uur van doden (Belgium) | La hora de matar (Mexico) | Bandoleiros Violentos em Fúria (Brazil) | The Moment of Killing
Moment to Kill movie poster


Two famous gunmen, Lord and Bull are called to a southwestern town by Judge Warren to find a gold reserve, worth $500,000, hidden by a Confederate colonel. The judge is killed and Lord and Bull have only two clues as to where the gold is hidden: the name of the colonel’s favourite book and the name of the man’s handicapped daughter. The girl is kept as a prisoner by her uncle, town boss Forester, who has hired an entire army of gunmen to deter others. Lord and Bull manage to eliminate them all in a series of shootouts, but the script has a few surprises in stock for the two men...


  • Cast (International): George Hilton (Lord / Django / Johnny King), Walter Barnes (Bull / Burt), Loni von Friedl (Regina), Renato Romano (Trent), Arturo Dominici (Forrester), Rudolf Schündler [as Rudolf Schudler] (Judge Warren), Remo De Angelis (Dago, Forrester lieutenant), Ugo Adinolfi, Horst Frank (Jason Forrester)
  • Uncredited actors: Roberto Simmi (Hart, Forrester henchman), Pietro Ceccarelli (Forrester henchman), Fred Coplan (Smitty), Luciano Doria (Forrester henchman), Sergio Ukmar (Forrester henchman), Enrico Chiappafreddo (Forrester henchman), Sergio Testori (Forrester henchman)
  • Director: Giuliano Carnimeo [as Anthony Ascott]
  • Story: Tito Carpi, Enzo G. Castellari
  • Screenplay: Tito Carpi, Bruno Leder, Francesco Scardamaglia
  • Cinematograhy: Stelvio Massi [Technicolor - Techniscope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Francesco De Masi
  • Song: "Walk By My Side" sung by Raoul
  • Producer: Vico Pavoni


Versions and runtimes

Runtime: 92 min

Release Dates

  • August 4, 1968 (Italy)

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