Uomini dal passo pesante, Gli

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Gli uomini dal passo pesante (Italy · France 1965 / Directors: Albert Band, Mario Sequi)

Also known as

Showdown (UK) | The Tramplers (USA) | Les Forcenés (France) | Die um Gnade winseln (Germany) | Die Trampler (Germany) | Las pistolas del Norte de Texas (Spain) | Tramplers - tappavan aseen hetki (Finland) | I megali nyhta ton pistoleros (Greece) | 5 Pistolas Com Sede De Sangue (Brazil) | 荒野の渡り者 (Japan)
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After the war of secession, the aging Cordeen, who owns thousands of acres in Texas, rules his numerous and quarrelsome sons with an iron hand. He sends them out to deal with the threat of the representatives from the North. However, not all the sons share their father's unlimited hatred for the Northerners and they find it increasingly difficult to obey his despotic commands. To add to the family's unrest, a prodigal son decides to return to the fold, provoking the youngest son to down tools and leave with him.


  • Cast (Italian): Gordon Scott (Lon Cordeen), Joseph Cotten (Temple Cordeen), James Mitchum (Hoby Cordeen), Ilaria Occhini (Edith Wickett), Franco Nero [as Frank Nero] (Charlie Garvin), Claudio Gora [as Emil Jordan] (Fred Wickett), Emma Vannoni [as Emy Cordeen] (Bess Cordeen), Carlo Calo [as Carroll Brown] (Mrs. Temple Cordeen), Murriel Franklin [as Franklin Muriel] (Alice Cordeen), Franco Balducci (Pete Wiley), Ivan Giovanni Scratuglia [as Ivan Andrews] (Adrian Cordeen), Georges Lycan [as George Lycan] (Longfellow Wiley), Lino Desmond [as Dino Desmond] (Caleb, sheriff), Dario Michaelis (Burt Cordeen), Edith Peters (Emma), Romano Puppo [as Roman Barrett] (Payne Cordeen), Aldo Cecconi [as Harry Gerard] (Jim Hennessy), , Alfred Raichlin, Payne Clifford
  • Uncredited actors: Mario Pascucci (hotel manager), Giovanni Cianfriglia (Cordeen henchman), Virgilio Ponti (Cordeen henchman), Antonio Basile (Cordeen henchman), Artemio Antonini (Cordeen henchman), Romano Moraschini (Cordeen henchman), Antonio Danesi (stagecoach driver), Ennio Pagliani (reading stage passenger)
  • Directors: Albert Band, Mario Sequi [as Anthony Wileys]
  • Story: "Guns of North Texas" by Will Cook
  • Screenplay: Albert Band, Mario Sequi [as Anthony Whileys]
  • Cinematography: Alvaro Mancori [Eastmancolor, Pathe]
  • Music: Angelo Francesco Lavagnino [as A. F. Lavagnino]
  • Producers: Albert Band [as Alfredo Antonini], Alvaro Mancori, Anna Maria Chretien



Versions and runtimes

  • Runtime: 103 min

Release Dates

  • December 31, 1965 (Italy)
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