Tumba del pistolero, La
From The Spaghetti Western Database
La tumba del pistolero (Spain 1964 / Director: Amando de Ossorio)
- Runtime: 80 min
- Release Date: 21.11.1964
Also known as
Tomb of the Pistolero (English title) | Grave of the Gunfighter (English title) | Les pistoleros (France) | Attento gringo… ora si spara! (Italy)
Cast and crew
- Cast: George Martin (Tom Bogarde), Mercedes Alonso (Mary/Ruth 'Princess' Brandon), Silvia Solar (Taffy), Jack Taylor (Herbert Brandon), Luis Induni (sheriff), Todd Martens (Jack Bogarde), Frank Braña [as Frank Brewers](Black Rider), José Canalejas [as Joe Carlton](Brandon henchman), Alfonso de la Vega [as Al Davidson](Brandon henchman), Miguel Del Castillo (bartender), Tito García (Cochero, stage driver), Ángel Ortiz (Black Rider), Joaquín Pamplona (Hopalog Tennesse, old pistolero), Lorenzo Robledo [as Lawrence Rambling](Brandon henchman), Aldo Sambrell (lead miner), José Villasante (Joe, miner), José Marco [as Joseph Rambler](Hamilton), Luis Vilar (hotel clerk), Ángel Hamills (Stacy), Luis Barboo (Brandon henchman)
- Screenplay: Amando de Ossorio
- Cinematography: Miguel Fernández Mila [color - Superscope 2,35:1]
- Music: Daniel J. White
- Songs: "My Pistolero" sung by ?, "The Golden Coach” sung by Silvia Solar
- Producer: Arturo Marcos
Tom Bogard travels from Boston to the small western mining town of Carson, where on arrival he mentions he is the brother of Jack Bogard, who was assassinated a few weeks ago, he then is completely shut out. By no means anxious to leave, Tom begins to look for people who will be able to tell him about the death of his brother...
This film is sometimes confused with the similarly titled Tumba para un forajido.