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*'''Producer:''' Gaetano Amato
 
*'''Producer:''' Gaetano Amato

Revision as of 12:43, 23 March 2013

Buckaroo (Italy 1967 / Director: Adelchi Bianchi)

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Contents:
  • Runtime: 92 min
  • Release Date: 28.10.1967

Also known as

Bucaroo - Galgenvögel zwitschern nicht (Germany) | Buckaroo - Il winchester che non perdona (Italy) | The Winchester Does Not Forgive (U.S.A.) | Buckaroo ne pardonne pas (France) | Buccaro | El Winchester Que No Perdona (Argentina) | A Winchester Does Not Forgive | Enas pistoli keravnos (Greece)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Dean Reed (Buckaroo), Monika Brugger (Annie), Livio Lorenzon (Lash), Ugo Sasso (Johnny), Omero Gargano, Jean Louis, Gualtiero Rispoli, Angela De Leo (as Angela Di Leo), Carla Petrillo
  • Story: Antonio Romano, Leo Romano Scucciuglia
  • Screenplay: Leo Romano Scucciuglia
  • Cinematography: Oberday Troiani [Eastmancolor, Panoramico]
  • Music: Lallo Gori
  • Song: "For tomorrow I may die" sung by Dean Reed
  • Producer: Gaetano Amato

Synopsis

Buckaroo avenges the death of his father.

External Links

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