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Adios Gringo

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Adios Gringo (Italy, France, Spain 1965 / Director: Giorgio Stegani)

  • Runtime: 100 min
  • Release Date: 22.12.1965

Also know as

Adiós Gringo (Spain) | Adeus Gringo (Portugal) | Adiós Gringo (France) | Żegnaj, Gringo (Poland) | Gringo - Skyd fra hoften (Denmark) | Spar sista kulan (Sweden, alternative title)

Cast and Crew

  • Cast: Giuliano Gemma (Brent Landers), Ida Galli (as Evelyn Stewart)(Lucy Tillson), Roberto Camardiel (Dr. Barfield), Peter Cross (Pierre Cressoy)(Clayton Ranchester), Jesus Puente (Sheriff Tex Slaughter), Massimo Righi) (as Max Dean)(Avery Richardson), Nello Pazzafini (as Ted Carter)(Gil Clawson/Jack Dawson), Germano Longo (as Grant Laramy)(Stan Clevenger), Frank Braña (Ranchester cowboy), Gino Marturano (as Jean Martin)(Mike Murphy), Monique Saint Clair (Maude Clevenger), Osiride Pevarello (Ranchester cowboy), Claude Sercyll (as Clyde Geryll), Sterling Rengel, Francois Pascal (as Frank Pascal), Ramón Pérez, Antonio Iranzi, Mimo Billi
  • Story: "Adios" by Harry Whittington
  • Screenplay José Luis Jerez, Michele Villerot, Giorgio Stegani (as George Finley)
  • Cinematography: Francisco Sempere [Eastmancolor, DoryScope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Benedetto Ghiglia
  • Song: "Adiós Gringo" sung by Fred Bongusto
  • Producer: Bruno Turchetto


After being falsely accused of cattle rustling and murder, rancher Brent Landers (Giuliano Gemma) follows the trail of the man who set him up. Landers happens upon the young Lucy (Evelyn Stewart), stripped naked, tied spread eagle to the ground, and left to bake in the hot desert sun after being sexually assaulted by three men who robbed her stagecoach. Tex Slaughter, the local sheriff, is more interested in handing Brent over for the reward on his head, so Landers has his hands full protecting the recuperating Lucy and bringing the men who raped her to justice, while also trying to stay alive long enough to clear his own name.


Italy's 3rd-biggest box-office hit of 1965, just behind FaFDM and One Silver Dollar and before the 2 Ringo films.


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