Spara, Gringo, spara

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Spara, Gringo, spara (Italy 1968 / Director: Bruno Corbucci)

Also known as

The Longest Hunt (USA) | Shoot, Gringo... Shoot! (USA) | Tire Django, tire (France) | Im Staub der Sonne (Germany) | Stark el pistolero (Spain) | Dispara gringo (Spain, TV title) | Schiet Django Schiet! (Belgium) | Rainbow all'ultimo minuto (Italy) | Den laengste jagt (Denmark) | Den laengste jakten (Sweden) | Gringo, dispare sem piedade (Brazil) | 虹に立つガンマン (DVD title - Japan)
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A landowner hires gunman Stark to bring his stepson Fidel back, who ran away and joined a band of outlaws. Stark develops a strategy to lure Fidel away from the gang and trick everyone, but Fidel doesn't really want to get back to his stepfather, and a cat and mouse game unfolds.


  • Cast (Italian): Brian Kelly (Chad Stark / Django), Fabrizio Moroni (Fidel), Keenan Wynn (Major Charlie Doneghan), Erika Blanc (Sally / Jocelyn), Rik Battaglia (Major Norton), Giovanni Pallavicino (York, banker), Luigi Bonos [as Gigi Bonos] (Sergeant Washington Peck), Enzo Andronico (Gunther, Doneghan henchman), Furio Meniconi (Corporal Dixon, Doneghan henchman), Leo Gavero (Jamison, lawman), Krista Nell (Sheila, saloon girl), Pasquale Simeoli [as Lino Desmond] (Londonderry), Ignazio Leone (doctor), Linda Sini (Dona Sol Gutierrez), Luca Sportelli (balding bartender), Folco Lulli (Don Hernando Gutierrez)
  • Uncredited actors: Manuel Muñiz (Heathcliff, Doneghan henchman), Roland Bartrop (Warner), Pupita Lea Scuderoni (farmer's wife), Fortunato Arena (1st sheriff), Lina Franchi (Rosita), Pasquale Basile (Don Hernando lieutenant), Osiride Pevarello (Don Hernando henchman), Bruno Ariè (Don Hernando henchman), José Halufi (Don Hernando henchman), Antonio Basile (Eyepatch, Doneghan soldier), Antonio Danesi (Doneghan wagon driver), Gianni Baghino (saloon waiter), Artemio Antonini (saloon tough), Angelo Boscariol (saloon tough), Vicenzo De Palo (saloon customer), Riccardo Petrazzi (saloon brawler), Gianni Di Segni (saloon brawler), Virgilio Ponti (saloon brawler), Rinaldo Zamperla (saloon brawler), Sergio Smacchi (saloon brawler)
  • Director: Bruno Corbucci [as Frank B. Corlish]
  • Screenplay: Mario Amendola, Bruno Corbucci
  • Cinematography: Fausto Zuccoli [Eastmancolor - Cinemascope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Sante Maria Romitelli
  • Song: “Rainbow… vorrei… vorrei” sung by Little Tony
  • Producer: William Sachs
  • Maestro d'armi: Pasquale Basile


Versions and runtimes

  • Runtime: 96 min

Release Dates

  • August 31, 1968 (Italy)

Filming locations

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