Vendicatori dell'Ave Maria, I

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I vendicatori dell'Ave Maria (Italy 1970 / Director: Bitto Albertini)

  • Runtime: 97 min
  • Release Date: 15.10.1970

Also known as

Fighters from Ave Maria (U.S.A.) | Twilight Avengers (U.S.A.) | Ein Zirkus und ein Halleluja (Germany) | Los vengadores del Ave Maria (Spain) | Ave Maria, Lännen rämäpäät (Finland) | Os Pistoleiros Do Por do Sol (Brazil) | Среднощни отмъстители (Bulgaria)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Tony Kendall (John / Tony Garrison), Alberto Dell'Acqua (Paul Garrison), Pietro Torrisi [as Peter Thorrys] (Sam), Ida Meda (Sam's wife), Spartaco Conversi (John Garrison), [as Helen Parker] (Cathy/Katie Wilson), Attilio Dottesio (Sheriff Ferguson), Remo Capitani (Pedro Serrano), Arrigo Peri (bald circus performer), Alberto Farnese [as Albert Farley] (Carl Parker)
  • Also with: Attilio Severini (Bruce, Parker right hand man), Gennarino Pappagalli (governor), Sergio Testori (Ben), Sergio Sagnotti (Red, mine supervisor), Filippo Perego (Johnson/Stafford, banker), Alberigo Donadeo (Parker henchman), Franco Pasquetto (branded henchman), Riccardo Pizzuti (Parker henchman), Enrico Chiappafreddo (saloon brawler), Osiride Pevarello (saloon brawler), Sergio Smacchi (saloon brawler), Marcello Meconizzi (townsman), Maria Luisa Gentilini, Elena Puatto Veronese
  • Screenplay: Bitto Albertini
  • Cinematography: Antonio Modica
  • Music: Piero Umiliani (Recycles tracks from Ace High, Boot Hill, Sartana in the Valley of Death, Duel in the Eclipse, and Taste of Death)
  • Producer: Lucio Marcuzzo


This peculiar spaghetti western from director Adalberto Albertini (Return of Shanghai Joe) stars Tony Kendall (Luciano Stella) as the leader of a group of traveling circus acrobats. The performers enlist the aid of revolutionary exile Serrano and his men in order to rid a frontier town of its cruel boss (Farnese).


The acrobat hero theme - really this film's only distinguishing characteristic - reappeared in several Eurowesterns including Giuseppe Colizzi's classic Boot Hill.


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