Per pochi dollari ancora

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Per pochi dollari ancora (Italy · Spain · France 1966 / Director: Giorgio Ferroni).

Also known as

Fort Yuma Gold (USA) | Die Now Pay Later (USA Video Title) | For a Few Extra Dollars (USA) | El hombre del Sur (Spain) | Trois cavaliers pour fort Yuma (France) | Tampeko (Germany) | Tampeko - Ein Dollar hat zwei Seiten (Germany) | Gringo não perdoa (Portugal) | Tre Man Red Vasterut (Sweden) | The Rebel Lieutenant (UK) | Drie ruiters voor Fort Yuma (Belgium) | Kultaa Fort Yumaan (Finland) | Muutama taala lisää (Finland) | Još za nekoliko dollara (Yugoslavia) | Ringo el temerario (Mexico) | さいはての用心棒 Saihate no Youjinbo (Japan) | Ringo não Perdoa... Mata! (Brazil) | За няколко долара повече (Bulgaria) | Тампеко (Bulgaria VHS) | Ringo the Revenger (Egypt, English title)
Fort Yuma Gold movie poster


This well-paced spaghetti western from director Giorgio Ferroni deals with Southern Major Sanders (Jacques Sernas), who continues fighting the North after the conclusion of the Civil War. Former Rebel, Gary Diamond (Giuliano Gemma), now a guide, leads a pair of Union soldiers to stop Sanders before he can pull off a raid on Fort Yuma. Little does Diamond know that one of the Union officers is actually Sanders' spy. More complications ensue, pairing Diamond with saloon-girl Connie Breastfull (Sophie Daumier) before Sanders' plot is foiled. A rousing melodrama with a labyrinthine storyline, Ferroni's film sometimes crosses the line into silliness, but remains entertaining throughout, aided by a fine score by Ennio Morricone and Gianni Ferrio.


  • Cast (Italian): Giuliano Gemma [as Montgomery Wood] (Lieutenant Gary Hammond/Diamond / Tampeko), Dan Vadis (Nelson Riggs), José Calvo (Gordon / Golden .44), Ángel del Pozo (Captain Lefevre), Andrea Bosic (Union colonel), Nello Pazzafini [as Red Carter] (Sergeant Brian Pitt), Benito Stefanelli [as Benny Reeves] (Juko, Riggs lieutenant), Antonio Molino Rojo (Brian, Confederate officer), Jacques Herlin (captured Riggs bandit), Furio Meniconi [as Men Fury] (Newman), Riccardo Pizzuti [as Rick Piper] (Corporal Wilson), José Martin, Jacques Stany (Riggs henchman), Alberto Cevenini, Gino Marturano [as John Matheus] (Manuel, Riggs henchman), Lorenzo Robledo (Captain Taylor), Roberto Alessandri [as Robert Alexander] (Riggs henchman), Claudio Scarchilli [as Claude Hill] (Riggs henchman), Guglielmo Spoletini [as William Spoletin] (Riggs henchman), Pietro Capanna [as Peter Cabot] (Joe, Riggs henchman), Sophie Daumier (Connie Breastfull), Jacques Sernas (Major Sanders)
  • Uncredited & Background actors: Alfonso Rojas (Fort Yuma Major), Pedro Rodríguez de Quevedo (Union Colonel), Ángel Menendez (Pablo, Alamosa barman), Paolo Magalotti (Confederate soldier), Lucio De Santis (Union sergeant), Giulio Maculani (Riggs henchman), Mario Meniconi (miner), Angelo Boscariol (miner), Bruno Ukmar (miner), Mimmo Poli (saloon patron), Mirko Bajocchi (saloon band leader), Antonio Orengo (Alamosa stage customer), Alberigo Donadeo (saloon patron), Fulvio Mingozzi (Union corporal), Manlio Salvatori (Confederate wounded prisoner), Angelo Casadei (Confederate wounded prisoner), Vicenzo De Palo (bugler), Agustin Bescos (Alamosa stage customer), Gianni Di Segni (saloon patron), Juan Cazalilla (Alamosa merchant), Raniero Dorascenzi (bartender), Franco Persichetti (saloon fiddler), Romano Milani (saloon patron), Ugo Ballester (saloon patron), Alberigo Donadeo (saloon patron), Sergio Ukmar (saloon bartender), Franco Ukmar (saloon brawler), Rinaldo Zamperla (saloon brawler), Giovanni Ukmar (saloon brawler), Giancarlo Ukmar (saloon brawler), Clemente Ukmar (saloon brawler)
  • Director: Giorgio Ferroni [as Calvin J. Paget]
  • Screenplay: Augusto Finocchi, Massimiliano Capriccioli, Sandro Continenza, Remigio Del Grosso, Leonardo Martin, Gilles Morris Dumoulin [as Gilles Dumoulin]
  • Cinematography: Rafael Pacheco de Usa [Technicolor - Techniscope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Gianni Ferrio (Penso a te theme composed by Ennio Morricone)
  • Producer: Edmondo Amati
  • Maestro d'armi: Benito Stefanelli



Versions and runtimes

  • Runtime: 94 min

Release Dates

  • October 7, 1966 (Italy)

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