Winnetou II

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Winnetou II (West Germany, France 1964 / Director: Harald Reinl)

  • Runtime: 94 min
  • Release Date: 17.9.1964
  • After the novel by Karl May

Also known as

Winnetou - 2. Teil | Last of the Renegades (U.K./U.S.A.) | Giorni di fuoco (Italy) | Le Trésor des montagnes bleues (France) | Vinetu II (Serbia)| Winnetou - Cerveny Gentleman (Russia) | Vasterns Laglosa (Sweden) | Krigarhovdingen (Sweden) | Winnetou: Last of the Renegades (U.S.A.) | Winnetou II: Ostatni renegaci (Poland) | La carabina de plata (Spain) | Furia Apache (Spain) | Vinnetou – Rudý gentleman (Czechoslovakia) | Winnetou – och dödens ryttare (Finland) | Winnetou ja kuoleman ratsastajat (Finland) | Winnetou – de schat der blauwe Bergen (Belgium) | Krigerhovdingen Winnetou (Denmark) | Winnetou keert terug (Netherlands) | Winnetou II. Az utolso renegetok (Hungary) | Winnetou II: Ostatni renegaci (Poland) | Winnetou - revolta dos Apaches (Portugal) | Vasterns Laglosa (Sweden) | Kahramnlar geliyor (Turkey) | Winnetou - A Saga Continua (Brazil)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Pierre Brice (Winnetou), Lex Barker (Old Shatterhand), Anthony Steel (Bud Forester), Karin Dor (Ribanna), Klaus Kinski (David "Luke" Lucas), Renato Baldini (Colonel J.F. Merril), Mario Girotti (Lieutenant Robert Merril), Marie Noelle (Susan Merril), Ilija Ivezic (Red), Velemir Chytil (Carter), Stole Arandjelovic (Caesar), Djorde Nenadovic (as George Heston)(Captain Tom Bruce), Mirko Boman (Uncle Gunstick), Rikard Brzeska (Tah-Sha-Tunga), Petar Dobric (Chapatan), Eddi Arent (Lord Castlepool), Gojko Mitic (White Bird), Antun Nalis (Sergeant Wagner), Valent Borovic (Ronny), Rdui Sterpin (O'Brian), Jurica Dijakovic (Clark), Kasim Kuckovic (Bill), Jura Katanec (Henderson), Sime Jagarinac (Ponca), Jozo Kovacevic (Ponca Chief), Ivo Kristof (bandit), Miroslav Buhin (soldier), Aleksandar Gavric (Kid), Tomo Cvitanovic (captain), Curt Ackerman (narrator), Charles Wakefield
  • Story: Karl May
  • Screenplay: Harald G. Petersson (as H.G. Petersson)
  • Cinematography: Ernst W. Kalinke [Eastmancolor, CinemaScope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Martin Böttcher
  • Producer: Erwin Gitt, Stipe Gurdulic, Horst Wendlandt


Winnetou and Old Shatterhand arrange a conference, in which the Chiefs of different Indian tribes meet with white politicians and generals to negotiate a final peace treaty. The reckless businessman, Forrester (Anthony Steel), and his vicious private mercenaries - who don't back up from any kind of crime, including child murder - are thoroughly against these diplomatic efforts. Forrester objects to these "soothing politics", intending to exploit the rich oil fields centered on the Ponca tribes land. And, just as Winnetou is prepared to sacrifice his love Ribanna (Karin Dor) to a "white" Lieutenant (young Terence Hill, here still as Mario Girotti) to benefit peace talks, Forrester's mercenaries attack a peaceful group of settlers and put the blame on the unsuspecting, innocent Indians.


The film was made on location in Yugoslavia.

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