Se sei vivo spara

From The Spaghetti Western Database
Jump to: navigation, search

Se sei vivo spara (Italy · Spain 1967 / Director: Giulio Questi)

Also known as

Django Kill... If You Live, Shoot! (U.S.A.) | Django Kill (U.K.) | Töte, Django (Germany) | Django - Leck Staub von meinem Colt (Germany) | Oro Hondo (Italy) | Si sei vivo, Spara! (Italy) | Oro Maldito (Spain) | Django mata (Portugal) | Tire encore si tu peux (France) | Django - tappaja (Finland) | Si eres vivo, dispara (Mexico) | Nasake Muyono Django (Japan) | O Pistoleiro das Balas de Ouro (Matar para Viver e Viver para Matar) (Brazil) | 情無用のジャンゴ Nasakemuyou no Django (Japan)
Django Kill If You Want to Live Shoot movie poster

Synopsis

Greed splits a gang of gold thieves, miraculously surviving the ensuing massacre "The Stranger" (Tomas Milian) sets out after his ex comrades for vengeance. A trail which leads him to a town "The Unhappy Place" where he discovers their sadistically murdered bodies. "The Stranger" finds himself caught between the towns two rival factions battling for the stolen gold. The townspeople led by a storekeeper called "Hagerman" (Francisco Sanz) who keeps his wife imprisoned and "The Muchachos" a gang of black uniformed homosexual Mexican bandits mounted on pure white horses, led by their adoring leader "Mr Sorrow" (Roberto Camardiel). --The Halitosis Kid 14:07, 9 December 2006 (CET)

Credits

  • Cast: Thomas Milian (The Stranger / Django), Marilù Tolo (Flory), Piero Lulli (Oaks), Roberto Camardiel (Sorrow), Milo Quesada (Bill Templer), Paco Sanz (Hagerman / Alderman), Raymond Lovelock (Evan Templer), Patrizia Valturri (Elizabeth Hagerman/Alderman), Miguel Serrano, Angel Silva, Sancho Gracia (Willy, Sorrow lieutenant), Mirella Pamphili [as Mirella Panfili], Gene Collins (Collins), Frank Brana (townsman), Herman Reynoso (townsman), Sisto Brunetti (Sorrow henchman)
  • Story: María del Carmen Martínez Román
  • Screenplay: Franco Arcalli, Giulio Questi, Benedetto Benedetti
  • Cinematography: Franco Delli Colli [Eastmancolor, Techniscope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Ivan Vandor
  • Producer: Alessandro Jacovoni [as Alex J. Rascal], Giulio Questi

Reviews

Trivia

This section needs work. Get in touch with the SWDb if you can add information here.

Versions and runtimes

  • Runtime: 117 min

Release Dates

  • Release Date: 22.1.1967

Filming locations

Production and business

This section needs work. Get in touch with the SWDb if you can add information here.

Dubbing

This section needs work. Get in touch with the SWDb if you can add information here.

External Links

Find this movie elsewhere:

The Movie Database Letterboxd Wikipedia IMDb

Cookies help us deliver our services. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies.