Rimase uno solo e fu la morte per tutti!
From The Spaghetti Western Database
Rimase uno solo e fu la morte per tutti! (Italy 1971 / Director: Edoardo Mulargia)
- Runtime: 82 min
- Release Date: 19.2.1971
Also known as
Brother Outlaw (U.S.A.) | Dakota - Nur der Colt war sein Gesetz (Germany) | Schwur des Geächteten (Germany) | Irmão Fora da Lei (Brazil) | Duel i Tombstone (Danish) | Le pistolero de Tombstone (France) | Solo y fuera de la ley (Spain) | La muerte fue para todos (Spain) | Lainsuojaton (Finland) | Dakota
Cast and crew
- Cast: Tony Kendall (Bill 'Dakota' Thompson), James Rogers (Slim Thompson), Dino Strano [as Dean Stratford](Alvarez), Sophia Kammara (Jane), Omero Gargano (Donovan), Nino Musco (Santa Cruz barman), Attilio Dottesio (Prison director), Vincenzo Maggio (Bank director), Bruno Boschetti (deputy at trial), Franco Marletta, Sergio Sagnotti (Alvarez henchman), Mimmo Maggio (Alvarez henchman), Fortunato Arena (Jackson), Luciano Conti (Alvarez henchman), Michele Branca (Alvarez henchman), Enzo Pulcrano (Alvarez henchman), Celso Faria (Sheriff of Santa Cruz), Giovanni Sabbatini (Judge), Omero Capanna (Man in Courtroom with Jane), Benito Pacifico (Alvarez henchman), Calogero Caruana (Alvarez henchman)
- Story: Alessandro Schirò
- Screenplay: Edoardo Mulargia, Alessandro Schirò
- Cinematography: Antonio Modica [Eastmancolor - Panoramico 1,66:1]
- Music: Felice Di Stefano + Gianfranco Di Stefano
Dakota, a sheriff, is framed by a band of outlaws and sentenced to life imprisonment. He breaks out of jail helped by his brother. At large, the two brothers set out to eliminate the whole gang and prove his innocence.
A weak western from the otherwise always reliable Edoardo Mulargia. The screenplay looks like a patchwork of leftovers from other scripts, it seems often that there are whole parts missing. Oddly enough there are several other scenes which seem to go on forever without any necessity. The acting is also rather poor, whereas the best parts of the score were directly taken from Mulargia's SW debut Perche uccidi ancora? (1965).