Vayas con Dios, gringo

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Vayas con Dios, Gringo (Italy 1966 / Director: Edoardo Mulargia [as Edward G. Muller])

  • Runtime: 83 min
  • Release Date: 12.8.66

Also known as

Go with God, Gringo (U.S.A.) | 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: 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 (Inspector, transporting railroad money), Nino Musco (Inspector's driver), Alfredo Rizzo (Inspector's secretary), Ivan Scratuglia (Wichita deputy), Livio Lorenzon (Don Pedro Suarez), Dino Strano (Al Foster), Giovanni Sabbatini (Juan, drunk at fiesta), Sergio Sagnotti, Mimmo Maggio
  • 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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