Sentenza di morte

From The Spaghetti Western Database

Sentenza di morte (Italy 1968 / Director: Mario Lanfranchi)

  • Runtime: 90 min
  • Release Date: 1.1.1968

Also known as

Death Sentence (U.S.A.) | Django - Unbarmherzig wie die Sonne (Germany) | Sentence de mort (France) | Sentencia de muerte (Spain) | Katharma, tha pethanis (Greece) | Tsakalia tou Texas (Greece)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Robin Clarke (Cash), Thomas Milian (O'Hara), Richard Conte (Diaz), Enrico Maria Salerno (Montero), Adolfo Celi (Friar Baldwin), Eleanora Brown (as Eleonor Brown)(Sally), Luciano Rossi (Paco), Lilli Lembo (blonde girl), Gilberto Galimberti (gunman), Monica Pardo, Glauco Scarlini, Giorgio Gruden (as George Grudin), Donato Baster (as Dony Baster), Raffaele DiMario, Silvana Bacci, Umberto DiGrazia, Claudio Trionfi, Fortunato Arena, Elio Angelucci


Death Sentence is the literal English translation of Sentenza di Morte, the original Italian title of this spaghetti western. Robin Clarke stars as a vengeful frontiersman whose brother has been killed. In the tradition of the Budd Boetticher classic Seven Men From Now, Clarke methodically hunts down the four men responsible. Hollywood's Richard Conte is second-billed as one of the culprits. Tomas Milian steals the show as an albino gunman prone to epileptic fits.

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