Bandoleros della dodicesima ora, I

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I bandoleros della dodicesima ora (Spain, Italy 1972 / Director: Alfonso Balcázar (as Al Bagran))

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Contents:
  • Runtime: 94 min
  • Release Date: 23.12.1972

Also known as

Hijos de pobres, pero deshonestos padres... Le llamaban Calamidad (Spain) | Los bandoleros (Spain) | Les llamaban Calamidad (Spain) | Now They Call Him Amen (U.S.A.) | Now They Call Him Sacramento (U.S.A.) | Kalte ham amen, De (Norway) | Sacramento - värst i västern (Sweden) | Oi anoihtoherides (Greece) | Desperado

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Michael Forest (Amen/Sacramento), Luigi Bonos (as Gigi Bonos)(Old Tequila), Fernando Bilbao (as Fred Harrison)(Big Jim), Malisa Longo (Barbara/Jenny McKinley), Paolo Gozlino (sheriff), Gaspar Gonzalez (Tony), Murriz Barandariz (as Pajarito)(man in cemetary), Antonio Almorós, Antonio Molino Rojo (Mr. Cray), Fernando Rubio, Juan Farre (as Johnny Fairen), Luigi Antonio Guerra, Juan Torres, Manuel Bronchud, Mario Del Vago, Irene D'Astrea, Cesar Ojinaga, Fabio Garriba
  • Story: Alfonso Balcazar
  • Screenplay: Alfonso Balcazar, Giovanni Simonelli
  • Cinematography: Jaime Deu Casas [Eastmancolor, Panorámico]
  • Music: Willi Columbini (as Willy Brezza)
  • Song: "Sundown Son" sung by Dream Bags
  • Producer: Francsico Balcazar

Synopsis

Now They Call Him Sacramento, stars Michael Forest in this 1972 classic spaghetti western comedy filled with fast paced action from the opening scenes to the explosive ending. Sacramento (Michael Forest) teams up with his partners Big Jim (Fred Harrison) and Old Tequila (Paolo Gozlino) to rob a money shipment on its way to a small town, just as another group of outlaws working for the town's crooked banker were attempting the same thing. As the ensuing story unfolds, there are the usual fights, gun battles and a few surprises that make the spaghetti western genre so entertaining for all to watch. Sacramento's relationship with his horse is so unbelievably funny that it almost steals the show. The township ladies also add spice and excitement to the film's story as Jenny, played by the beautiful Venetian, Maliso Longo, organizes the women to rise up against the outlaws and town thugs to save their town.

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