Ritorno di Ringo, Il

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Il ritorno di Ringo (Italy · Spain 1965 / Director: Duccio Tessari)

Also known as

The Return of Ringo (UK & USA) | Ringo kommt zurück (Germany) | Ringo kehrt zurück | Gnade spricht Gott - Amen mein Colt (Germany 1973) | Le retour de Ringo (France) | O regresso de Ringo (Portugal) | Ringo komt terug | Powrót Ringa (Poland) | 続・荒野の1ドル銀貨 Zoku Koyano Ichidoru Ginka or "One Silver Dollar of Wilderness Part 2" (Japan) | El Ritorno de Ringo (Spain) | The Angry Gun (Australia) | Blood at Sundown (USA) | Det kom en farlig man (Sweden) | Der kom en farlig mand (Denmark) | Vasenkätinen tappaja (Finland) | Lännen vaarallisin mies (Finland) | Ringo se vrací (Czech Republic) | Ringo Não Discute, Mata! (Brazil) | Завръщането на Ринго (Bulgaria)
Return of Ringo movie poster


The only 'official' sequel to Tessari's very popular A Pistol For Ringo, also starring Giuliano Gemma, this film is a loose retelling of the ancient greek story of The Odyssey. Gemma, as Montgomery Brown, plays the Odysseus / Ulysses role, returning from the civil war where he was presumed to have died, to find his house overrun by bandits and his wife engaged to one of the leaders, Paco Fuentes, played by the always devilish George Martin. In an attempt to discover if his wife, Hally, has remained faithful, he dyes his hair and takes on the disguise of a mestizo peasant, gradually gaining access to his old home and learning in the process that he has a daughter who is being used by Paco as a hold on Hally in order to make her compliant in his desire to marry her.


  • Cast: Giuliano Gemma [as Montgomery Wood](Captain Montgomery 'Ringo' Brown), Fernando Sancho (Esteban Fuentes), Lorella de Luca [as Hally Hammond](Helen/Hally Fitzgerald Brown), Nieves Navarro (Rosita), Antonio Casas (Sheriff Carson), Manuel Muñiz [as Pajarito](Miositis / Morning Glory), Mónica Sugranes (Elisabeth Brown), Victor Bayo (Jeremiah Pitt), Tunet Vila (Apache medicine man), Juan Torres (bartender), José Halufi (grave digging bandit), George Martin (Don Francisco 'Paco' Fuentes), Rinaldo Zamperla (Fuentes henchman), Frank Oliveras [as Franck Oliveras, Spanish credit], Ricardo Valor [Spanish credit]
  • Also with: José Paloma (fiesta guest), Eduardo Lizarza (Membres resident)
  • Story: Duccio Tessari, Fernando Di Leo
  • Screenplay: Duccio Tessari, Fernando Di Leo, Alfonso Balcazar
  • Cinematography: Francisco Marí­n [Eastmancolor, Totalscope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Ennio Morricone
  • Song: "Il ritorno di Ringo" sung by Maurizio Graf
  • Producers: Luciano Ercoli, Alberto Pugliese
  • Maestro d'armi: Rinaldo Zamperla



Loose sequel to A Pistol for Ringo

Versions and runtimes

  • Runtime: 96 min

Release Dates

  • Release Date: 8.12.1965

Filming locations

  • The Tavern: Fraga - Ringo in the tavern
  • Esplugas city - Barcelona, Fraga - Esplugas City Set
  • The Monastery: Fraga - Barcelona - Ringo recovers from his injuries
  • Cam Fabregas: the Brown family villa

Production and business


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