Vado... l'ammazzo e torno

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Vado... l'ammazzo e torno (Italy 1967 / Director: Enzo G. Castellari)

Also known as

Any Gun Can Play (USA) | Blood River (UK) | Leg ihn um, Django (Germany) | Glory, Glory Hallelujah (Germany) | O último fica vivo (Portugal) | Vou, Mato e Volto (Portugal) | 300.000 $ (Finland) | Je vais, je tire et je reviens (France) | La Mort en Retour (France) | Voy, le mato y vuelvo (Spain) | Que nadie quede vivo (Mexico) | Pago com plombo (Mexico) | Skjut först - änglarna betalar (Sweden) | Främlingen (Sweden) | Idem, ubijamga I vracam se (Yugoslavia) | Ik ga - vuur en kom terug (Belgium) | Vou, Volto e Mato! (Brazil) | 黄金の三悪人(Japan) | For a Few Bullets More | Go Kill and Come Back | I'll Go, I'll Kill Him and Come Back
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A bounty hunter accidently witnesses a train robbery, executed by the Mexican bandit he was trailing. He starts to have second thoughts about killing the man, because there seems to be more money involved and it could be wiser to team up with him. After the Mexican is sentenced to death the bounty killer saves him at the last moment, not knowing that he had a partner in crime for the train robbery, a treacherous bank employee who is also after the gold.


  • Cast (Italian): George Hilton (The Stranger), Edd Byrnes (Clayton), Gilbert Roland (Monetero), Stefania Careddu [as Kareen O'Hara] (Guapa / Marisol), José Torres (José Huerta), Ivano Staccioli (Captain), Gérard Herter [as Gerard Herter] (Lawrence Backman), Ignazio Spalla [as Pedro Sanchez] (Pajondo), Adriana Giuffrè (Conchita), Valentino Macchi, Riccardo Pizzuti [as Rick Piper] (Paco), Rodolfo Valadier (Pablo), Marco Mariani (sergeant)
  • Uncredited actors: Luciano Odorisio (Paco Diaz), Rocco Lerro (Monetero henchman), Guglielmo Spoletini (Quinto, henchman in diner), Franco Ukmar (Monetero henchman), Luigi Ciavarro (Monetero henchman), Omero Capanna (Monetero henchman), Joaquin Parra (machine gunner on train), Gonzalo Esquiroz (Charro Ruiz), Umberto Salomone (library assistant), Lina Franchi (woman in window)
  • Director: Enzo G. Castellari
  • Story: Sauro Scavolini, Romolo Guerrieri
  • Screenplay: Tito Carpi, Giovanni Simonelli, Enzo G. Castellari
  • Cinematography: Gianni Bergamini [Technicolor, Techniscope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Francesco De Masi
  • Songs: "Stranger" sung by Raoul
  • Producer: Edmondo Amati



Versions and runtimes

  • Runtime: 98 min

Release Dates

  • September 26, 1967 (Italy)

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