Tre croci per non morire

From The Spaghetti Western Database

Tre Croci Per Non Morire (Italy, Spain 1968 / Director: Sergio Garrone [as Willy S. Regan])

  • Runtime: 97 min
  • Release Date: 23.11.1968

Also known as

No Graves on Boot Hill (U.S.A.) | Three Crosses Not to Die | Three Crosses of Death | Drei Kreuze um nicht zu sterben (Germany) | Trois croix pour ne pas mourir (France)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Craig Hill (Jerry), Ida Galli [as Evelyn Stewart] (Dolores), Giovanni Cianfriglia [as Ken Wood] (Reno), Jean Louis (Rod), Franco Cobianchi D'Este [as Peter White] (Paco), Amedeo Timpani (Mayor Mulligan, counselor), Ivan Scratuglia (Francisco Ortega), Raffaele Di Mario (sheriff), Bruno Arié (Brett), Giuseppe Castellano (red bearded henchman), Mariangela Giordano [as Maria Angela Giordano] (Betty Fletcher), Vittorio André (Senor Ortega), Arrigo Peri (bald padre), Renato Lupi (vindictive horse seller), Sandro Scarchilli (Juan, bandit)
  • Also with: Valerio Tordi (Prior/padre), John Bartha (saloon owner), Franco Gulà (Ortega houseman), Enrico Chiappafreddo (Rod's henchman), Franco Ukmar, Rinaldo Zamperla, Giancarlo Ukmar, Sergio Ukmar, Franco Pasquetto, Clemente Ukmar, Giovanni Ukmar, Renato Iossi, Elio Angelucci (horse buyer)
  • Story: Sergio Garrone
  • Screenplay: Sergio Garrone, Franco Cobianchi
  • Cinematography: Alessandro Mancori (as Sandro Mancori) (Eastmancolor - Cromoscope 2,35:1)
  • Music: Vasili Kojucharov (full name: Vasco Vassil Kojucharov) and Elsio Mancuso (as Vasco & Mancuso)
  • Producers: Sergio Garrone, Ottavio Poggi

Synopsis

Three men, Jerry (Hill), Reno (Wood) and Paco (White), meet in the same prison and in their cell they find a Mexican boy condemned to death for murder. One night the three convicts are mysteriously released by a priest and the father of the Mexican boy who promises them a reward of $30,000 if they can find the real murderer within ten days. Certain that the Mexican boy is not guilty, Reno and the others organize a plan which leads to the unmasking of the real killers.

Trivia

No Graves on Boot Hill didn't see much American play until it was released to TV syndication in the late 1980s.

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