Vayas con Dios, gringo

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Vayas con Dios, Gringo (Italy 1966 / Director: Edoardo Mulargia)

  • Runtime: 83 min
  • Release Date: 12.8.66

Also known as

Go with God, Gringo (USA) | Vete con Dios, gringo (Spain) | Käytä nyrkkejäsi, gringo (Finland) | Dieu est avec toi, Gringo (France) | Good Luck Gringo, They’ll Pay in Blood (South Africa) | Good Luck Gringo | Vá Com Deus Gringo (Brazil)

Cast and crew

  • Cast (Italian): Roel Bos [as Glenn Saxson] (Gringo), Lucretia Love (Carmen), Aldo Berti (Bill Jackson), Ignazio Spalla [as Pedro Sanchez] (Mexico), Pasquale Simeoli [as Mark Steven] (Bud Smith, gray bandit), Spartaco Battisti (Jack Stewart, gambler bandit), Vincenzo Musolino [as Bill Jackson] (Ramon/Raymond Criss), Armando Guarnieri (McDonald, Wichita sheriff ), Tom Felleghy [as Tom Felleghi] (Inspector, transporting railroad money), Nino Musco (Inspector's driver), Alfredo Rizzo (Inspector's secretary), Ivan Scratuglia (Wichita deputy), Livio Lorenzon (Don Pedro Suarez)
  • Uncredited: Dino Strano (Al Foster), Giovanni Sabbatini (Juan, drunk at fiesta), Sergio Sagnotti (stagecoach escort), Mimmo Maggio (Denny Criss), Rossana Canghiari (Cantina waitress), Vincenzo De Palo (fiesta partier)
  • Director: Edoardo Mulargia [as Edward G. Muller]
  • Story: Vincenzo Musolino [as Glenn Vincent Davis], Edoardo Mulargia [as Edward G. Muller]
  • Screenplay: Vincenzo Musolino [as Glenn Vincent Davis], Edoardo Mulargia [as Edward G. Muller]
  • Cinematography: Ugo Brunelli [Technicolor - Techniscope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Felice Di Stefano
  • Producer: Vincenzo Musolino


The Criss brothers kill Gringo's brother and frame Gringo and his friend, Mexico, for a murder. They are taken to jail and along with the four bandits who are the real killers, escape and reach a village in which a fair is being held. Someone recognizes them and they must leave taking a dancer, Carmen, as a hostage. Gringo tries to protect her and is left in the desert all alone. Meanwhile the bandits rob a mail-coach and kill the escorts with Gringo hot on their trail.


Tough, well made SW with an exceptional first hour, which follows a heterogeneous group of prison escapists on their getaway journey in a stagecoach. After an unbelievably silly scene, the film returns to the background story, which is resolved in a good but conventional ending. Another good SW by director Edoardo Mulargia, his second best, even if he gave away in the last 20 min the potential for a similarly good film as El puro. -- by Stanton

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