Buckaroo

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Buckaroo (Italy 1967 / Director: Adelchi Bianchi)

  • Runtime: 92 min
  • Release Date: 28.10.1967

Also known as

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

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Dean Reed (Al, Buckaroo), Monika Brugger (as Monica Brugger) (Annie/Christy McKenzie), Livio Lorenzon (Lash), Ugo Sasso (Johnny McKenzie), Omero Gargano (Miguel Monteiro), Jean Louis ('Sandy'), Gualtiero Rispoli (sheriff), Angela De Leo (as Angela Di Leo) (Jodie, barmaid), Carla Petrillo (Linda, saloon girl), Antonio Basile (Lash henchman), Ennio Pagliani (Steve's brother), Virgilio Ponti (blond guy), Enrico Chiappafreddo (Steve), Valentino Macchi
  • Also with: Dino Strano (Jeff, Lash henchman), Gilberto Galimberti (Wes, Lash henchman), Remo Capitani (one of the sheriff's men), Giuseppe Castellano (storekeeper), Giovanni Sabbatini (argumentative worker), Franco Pasquetto (Pedro, Monteiro henchman), Domenico Cianfriglia (Lash henchman), Augusto Funari (Monteiro bandit)
  • Story: Antonio Romano, Leo Romano Scuccuglia
  • Screenplay: Leo Romano Scuccuglia
  • Cinematography: Oberdan Trojani [Eastmancolor - Panoramico]
  • Music: Lallo Gori
  • Songs: "Buckaroo" + "For tomorrow I may die" sung by Dean Reed
  • Producer: Gaetano Amato

Synopsis

Buckaroo avenges the death of his father.

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