Per una bara piena di dollari

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Per una bara piena di dollari (Italy 1971 / Director: Demofilo Fidani)

Also known as

Showdown for a Badman (USA) | Pour une biere pemplie de dollars (France) | Nevada Kid (France) | Adios Companeros (Germany) | Für einen Sarg voller Dollars - Adios Companeros (Germany) | En kista full med dollar (Sweden) | Prega il tuo Dio... arriva Sartana! (Italy) | Una bara di dollari per una carogna (Italy) | Por un atáud lleno de dólares (Spain, TV title] | Nevada Kid (Spain, video title] | Teks, Gece Kartali (Turkey) | Voor een kist vol dollars (Netherlands) | Por Um Caixão Cheio De Dólares (Brazil) | A Barrel Full of Dollars | Coffin Full of Dollars | Pray to Kill and Return Alive
Barrel Full of Dollars movie poster


A frontier feud breaks out on the border of Mexico when Gangster Hagan's brothers are wiped out whilst conducting a raid on the Nevada Kid's family. Hagen (Kinski) orders his henchmen to destroy the Hamiltons, but doesn't reckon with the 'Kid' (Cameron), who on returning from war teams up with a bounty hunter to hunt down the bandit gang.


  • Cast (Italian): Jack Betts [as Hunt Powers] (Tamayo), Gordon Mitchell (John), Ray Saunders [as Rai Saunders] (Sam), Simonetta Vitelli [as Simone Blondell] (Monica Benson / Irene), Benito Pacifico [as Dennis Colt] (Ramirez), Attilio Dottesio [as Dean Reese] (Mr. Benson), Klaus Kinski (Dan Hagen/Slander), Giovanni Scarciofolo [as Jeff Cameron] (George 'Nevada Kid' Hamilton), Lorenzo Arbore (Greenwood sheriff), Luciano Conti [as Luky McMurray] (Hagen henchman), Amerigo Castrighella [as Custer Gail] (Wells, Hagen henchman), Alessandro Perella, Giglio Gigli (Hagen henchman)
  • Uncredited actors: Michele Branca (Hagen henchman), Marcello Meconizzi (Hagen henchman, poker player), Petar Martinović (Hagen henchman, saloon), Franco Ricci (young poker player), Angelo Casadei (Greenwood townsman)
  • Director: Demofilo Fidani [as Miles Deem]
  • Story: Tonino Ricci
  • Screenplay: Demofilo Fidani, Tonino Ricci
  • Cinematography: Aristide Massaccesi aka Joe D'Amato [Eastmancolor, Panoramico 1,66:1]
  • Music: Lallo Gori
  • Song: "I Know My Love" sung by Mark Wolf
  • Producers: Massimo Bernardi, Diego Spataro



Versions and runtimes

  • Runtime: 91 min

Release Dates

  • April 1, 1971 (Italy)

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