Reverendo Colt (Spain · Italy 1970 / Director: Marino Girolami)
Also known asReverend Colt (USA) | Reverendo Colt (Spain) | Haevneren's revolver (Denmark) | Antreten zum Beten (Germany) | Bleigewitter (Germany) | Le colt du révérend (France) | O Reverendo Colt (Portugal) | Hämndens Colt (Sweden) | Fäuste, Colts und Totengräber (Austria) | Ta mavra spirounia tou El Passo (Greece) | Reverendův kolt nemlčí (Czechoslovakia) | Reverend Kolt (Czech Republic) | Reverendo Colt 45 (Brazil) | ガンマン牧師 Gunman bokushi (Japan, DVD title) | Reverend’s Colt
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Reverend Miller arrives in Tucson where he wants to build a church. But on the very day of his arrival a gang carries out a raid on the bank and the people of Tucson, who are suspicious of the new reverend because he carries a gun, immediately blame him for the robbery. The sheriff saves him from lynching by putting him in jail. Then he asks the priest to find the gang and the booty; thus Miller becomes the Reverend Colt. His exceptional skill means that he can shoot hats off people's heads and their pistols from their pockets, but he never kills.
- Cast: Guy Madison (Reverend Miller Colt), Richard Harrison (Sheriff Donovan), Ennio Girolami [as Thomas Moore] (Mestizo), Giuseppe Cardillo [as Steven Tedd] (Gary), María Martín (Mary MacMurray), Perla Cristal (Dorothy), Germán Cobos (Fred Smith), María Salerno [as Marta Monterrey] (Katy), Mariano Vidal Molina (Billy), José Canalejas (José/Joe), Nino Marchetti (banker), Roberto Bruni (mayor), Cris Huerta (Pat MacMurray), Alfonso Rojas (Colonel Charles Jackson) [Spanish credit], José Segura [Spanish credit], José Luis Lizalde [as Zalde] (barman) [Spanish credit]
- Also with: Roman Ariznavarreta (Joe), Virglio Ponti (bandit), Gaetano Scala (bandit)
- Director: Marino Girolami (León Klimovsky credited for contractual reasons)
- Story: Manuel Martinez Remis
- Screenplay: Tito Carpi, Manuel Martinez Remis
- Cinematography: Alberto Fusi (Eastmancolor - Panoramico 1,66:1)
- Music: Piero Umiliani, Gianni Ferrio [as Lady Park]
- Producer: Marino Girolami
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- Runtime: 107 min
- Release Date: 24.12.1970
Sesena, Colmenar viejo - Madrid
- Review by 800 SW (Spain)