Odio per odio

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Odio per odio (Italy 1967 / Director: Domenico Paolella)

Also known as

Hate for Hate (USA) | Odio por odio (Spain) | Die Gnadenlosen Zwei (Germany) | Haine pour haine (France) | Blodigt Guld (Sweden) | Buyuk Kin (Turkey) | Misos gia misos (Greece) | Ódio por Ódio (Portugal) | 地獄のガンマン Jigoku no gunman (Japan)
Hate for Hate movie poster


Bankrobber Jim Cooper (John Ireleand) has trouble with his murderous partner, Moxon (Mirko Ellis), during a job. After their fall out Cooper is caught and jailed for life but not before he has met and befriended Miguel (Antonio Sabato), a Mexican gold miner and would be artist who promises to get Cooper's family to safety across the border. However, Moxon, has kidnapped the family and made off with all the cash. Eventually, Cooper breaks out of prison and, thinking that Miguel has double crossed him, goes after revenge. On finding out his mistake, the two team up and the inevitable showdown with Moxon ensues.


  • Cast (International): Antonio Sabato (Miguel), John Ireland (James Arthur Cooper), Mirko Ellis (Moxon / Morton), Nadia Marconi (Jenny/Juana Cooper), Gloria Milland (Maria Consuelo Cooper), Piero Vida (Sorito), Gianni Di Benedetto (prison doctor), Dada Gallotti [as Alda Gallotti] (Mrs. Driscoll), Emilio Sancho (judge), Antonio Iranzo [as Antonio Irranzo] (Fulton), Mario De Simone (hotel employee), Donato Di Sepio [as Donato Baster] (Driscoll, trading post manager), Sergio Scarchilli (Martinez), Osvaldo Genazzani (sheriff), Bruno Arié (prison guard), Luigi Perelli, Fernando Sancho (Coyote)
  • Uncredited actors: César Ojinaga (Mendez), Ricardo Moyán (Moxon henchman), Virgilio Ponti (Moxon henchman), José Halufi (Moxon henchman), Juan Fernández (bank manager), Romano Moraschini (prison guard), Angelo Casadei (general store customer)
  • Director: Domenico Paolella
  • Story: Mario Amendola, Bruno Corbucci, Fernando Di Leo, Domenico Paolella
  • Screenplay: Mario Amendola, Bruno Corbucci, Fernando Di Leo, Domenico Paolella
  • Cinematography: Giovanni Bergamini, Alejandro Ulloa [Eastmancolor - Deltavision 2,35:1]
  • Music: Willy Brezza
  • Producer: Italo Zingarelli


Versions and runtimes

  • Runtime: 96 min

Release Dates

  • August 18, 1967 (Italy)

Filming locations

  • Barcelona, Alcolea de cinca - Huesca
  • Anzio - Rome, Italy

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