Partirono preti, tornarono... curati

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Partirono preti, tornarono... curati (Italy 1973 / Director: Bianco Manini [as Newman Rostel])

  • Runtime: 102 min
  • Release Date: 2.3.1973

Also known as

Halleluja to Vera Cruz (U.S.A.) | Aranyvadászok (Hungary) | Oi 2 trinita apo ti Vera Cruz (Greece) | Halleluja Vera Cruz (Greece) | Odešli jsme jako kněží, vrátli jsme se jako kuráti (Czechoslovakia) | Dois Reverendos Bagunçando o Oeste (Brazil)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Lionel Stander (Sam 'The Bishop' Thompson), Riccardo Salvino (John the Timid), Giampiero Albertini (General Miguel), Jean Louis (Don Felipe), Clara Hopf (Adelita), Giancarlo Badessi (Governor), Federico Boido [as Rick Boyd] (Miguel bandit), Sergio Serafini (Miguel bandit), Luigi Antonio Guerra
  • Also with: Tom Felleghy (Mexican officer), Camillo Milli (Abbot of monastery), Alba Maiolini (governor's wife), Aldo Sambrell (train officer), Spartaco Conversi (Miguel bandit), Mario Dardinelli (Miguel bandit), Angelo Boscariol (Miguel bandit), Romano Moraschini (Don Felipe henchman), Franz Colangelo (governor's ball guest), Pupita Lea Scuderoni (governor's ball guest), Enzo Mondino (governor's ball guest), Osiride Pevarello (circus brawler), Giovanna Sanfilippo (circus attendee), Flavio Colombaioni (clown)
  • Story: Ofelia Minaldi
  • Screenplay: Bianco Manini
  • Cinematography: Carlo Carlini [Eastmancolor - CinemaScope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Luis Bacalov
  • Song: "Blue Eggs and Ham" sung by ?
  • Producer: Bianco Manini

Synopsis

Two American bandits disguise themselves as priests in order to work undetected in Mexico during the revolution.

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