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Pecos è qui: prega e muori

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Pecos è qui: prega e muori (Italy 1967 / Director: Maurizio Lucidi (as Maurice A. Bright))

  • Runtime: 103 min
  • Release Date: 23.3.1967

Also known as

Pecos Cleans Up (U.S.A.) | Jonny Madoc rechnet ab (Germany) | Pécos Tire ou Meurt (France) | Pecos tekee puhdasta jälkeä (Finland) | Döden rider bredvid (Sweden) | I epistrofi tou Pecos (Greece) | Pecos faz justica (Portugal) | Pecos y el tesoro de Montezuma (Spain) | Pecos olum sagiyor (Turkey) | Obracun Pekosa (Yugoslavia) | Pecos maakt schoon (Netherlands)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Robert Woods (Pecos Martinez), Luciana Gilli (Dona Ramona), Enrico Crisa [as Erno Crisa](El Supremo), Ignazio Spalla [as Pedro Sanchez](Dago), Umberto Raho [as Umi Raho](Pinto, violin), Piero Vida (Paco, guitar), Carlo Gaddi [as Charles Gate](Tom 'Frenchie' Villa), Brigitte Wentzel [as Brigitte Winter](Eliza), Fabio Coplan [as Fred Coplan](Leon, El Supremo henchman), Luigi Casellato (Pepe, horn), Mirella Panfili (Carmen, waitress), Simon Lafitte, Gino Barbacane (El Rayo, Lightning), Giuseppe Castellano (El Supremo henchman), Mauro Mannatrizio, Osiride Peverello, Poldo Bendandi, Elio Angelucci, Silvana Bacci
  • Story: Adriano Bolzoni
  • Screenplay: Fernando Di Leo, Adriano Bolzoni, Augusto Caminito
  • Cinematography: Franco Villa [Technicolor - Techniscope 2,35:1]
  • Camera Operator: Joe D'Amato (Aristide Massaccesi)
  • Music: Lallo Gori
  • Producers: Franco Palombi, Gabriele Silvestri

Synopsis

Three musicians arrive in a Mexican village destroyed by El Supremo and learn, from the only survivor, of the lost treasure of Montezuma hidden in an Aztec temple. Along comes Pecos and the search is on.

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