Difference between revisions of "30 Winchester per El Diablo"
From The Spaghetti Western Database
Revision as of 09:54, 28 November 2010
30 Winchester per El Diablo (Italy 1965 / Director: Gianfranco Baldanello)
- Runtime: 86 min
- Release Date: 23.12.1965
Also known as
30 Winchesters for El Diablo | Gold Train (U.S.A.) | 30 Winchester für den Teufel (Germany) | 30 Winchester für El Diabolo (Germany) | 30 Winchesters para El Diablo (Spain) | 30 Winchesteriä El Diablolle (Finland) | 30 Fusils pour un Tueur (France) | 30 pistolia gia ton El Diablo (Greece) | Kanena oikto gia ton El Diablo (Greece)
- Cast: Carl Möhner (Jeff Benson), Alessandra Panaro (as Topsy Collins)(Pamela Webb), Ivano Staccioli (as John Heston)(Victor Webb), Jose Torres (El Diablo), Mila Stanic (Rosario), Renato Chiantoni (as Gary Gallwey)(Mr. Randall), Attilio Dottesio (as William Burke)(Sheriff Webb), Guglielmo Spoletini, Richard Beery, Mario Dardanelli (as Max Darnell), Jean Mean, Anthony Caruso, Omero Capanna, Gilberto Galimberti
- Story: Giovanni Vari (as John Warrel), Gianfranco Baldanello, Alfonso Brescia (as Al Bradley), Adriano Micantoni (as Peter White)
- Screenplay: Gianfranco Baldanello, Alfonso Brescia (as Al Bradley), Adriano Micantoni (as Peter White)
- Cinematography: Marcello Masciocchi (as Marcel Mascot) [Technicolor, Techniscope 2,35:1]
- Music: Ghant
- Producers: Armando Novelli (as Braun Novel), Giovanni Vari (as John Warrel)
Mexican bandit El Diablo is ravaging Arizona's border towns, robbing cattle and coaches. A stranger comes to town, lending a hand to the local sheriff to bring El Diablo to justice and set a trap for him. He is accompanied by a funny cowboy and local cattle ranchers. The bandit however has ties to the local elites (the sheriff's nephew and a local whore) which puts in danger the stranger's plan of finishing off the bandit.