Quel maledetto giorno della resa dei conti

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Quel maledetto giorno della resa dei conti (Italy 1971 / Directors: Luigi Mangini [uncredited], Sergio Garrone as Willy S. Reagan)

  • Runtime: 94 min
  • Release Date: 26.6.1971

Also known as

Terrible Day of the Big Gundown (USA) | Django - Der Tag der Abrechnung (Germany) | Sabata regle ses comptes (France) | Venganza (Spain) | Vendetta at Dawn | Vingança Até o Fim (Brazil)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: George Eastman (Dr. George Benton/Sabata/Django), Ty Hardin (Jonathan Benton), Bruno Corazzari (Rod Fargas), Laura Troschel (as Costanza Spada)(Lory Baxter Benton), Anita Saxe (Jane, saloon girl), Steffen Zacharias (Gregory, saloon owner), Guido Lollobrigida (as Lee Burton)(Sheriff Jed), Lucia Catullo (Hannah Benton), Jean Louis (Wal, miner), Nello Pazzafini (Barry, outlaw leader), Rick Boyd (Peter Fargas), Roberto Dell'Acqua (as Leo Widmark)(Dan Benton), Dominic Barto (Carl Fargas), Piero Nistri (Ralph, outlaw), Benard Farber (Joe, outlaw), Elio Angelucci (townsman), Manfred Freyberger (Sam), Claudio Trionfi, Angelo Pieri, Sandro Scarchilli (Mexican in saloon), Franco Ukmar (deputy), Sergio Scarchilli (Mexican in saloon), Roberto Messina, Emilio Messina
  • Story: Luigi Mangini
  • Screenplay: Sergio Garrone, Luigi Mangini
  • Cinematography: Guglielmo Mancori [Kodakcolor - Panoramico 1,66:1]
  • Camera Operator: Joe D'Amato (Aristide Massaccesi)
  • Music: Francesco De Masi
  • Song: "Walk By My Side" sung by Raoul
  • Producers: Alvaro Mancori, Felice Zappulla


George Benton returns from school to his brother Jonathan's farm as a doctor and marries his fiancé Lory, but happiness doesn't last long. The Fargas brothers provide a bloodbath at the ranch and are able to divert suspicion from themselves onto a gang of passing outlaws, but one of the family has survived the massacre and knows who the actual killers are.


The title is wordplay, it uses other popular films like La Resa Dei Conti and "Quel maledetto..." which is a common phrase.


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