C'è Sartana... vendi la pistola e comprati la bara

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C'è Sartana... vendi la pistola e comprati la bara (Italy 1970 / Director: Giuliano Carnimeo [as Antony Ascot])

  • Runtime: 99 min
  • Release Date: 7.8.1970

Also known as

A Fistful of Lead (U.S.A.) | Sartana's Here... Trade Your Pistol for a Coffin (U.S.A.) | Django - Die Gier nach Gold (Germany) | Django - Schieß mir das Lied vom Sterben (Germany) | Django und Sabata - Wie blutige Geier (Germany) | Sartana desafia Sabata (Portugal) | Django arrive! Prepariz vos cercueils (France) | Ha ilegado Sartana (Mexico) | Venda la pistola y comprate la tumba (Spain) | I Am Sartana, Trade Your Guns for a Coffin | Sartana's Coming, Get Your Coffins Ready

Cast and Crew

  • Cast: George Hilton (Sartana / Django), Charles Southwood (Sabbath / Sabata), Erika Blanc (Trixie), Piero Lulli [as Peter Carter](Samuel Spencer), Linda Sini (Mantas' woman), Nello Pazzafini (Mantas), Carlo Gaddi (Baxter), Aldo Barberito (Angelo), Marco Zuanelli (Dead Eye Golfay), Luciano Rossi [as Lou Kamante](Flint Fossit), Federico Boido [as Rick Boyd](Joe Fossit), Luigi Bonos [as Gigi Bonos](innkeeper), Spartaco Conversi (Emiliano), Gaetano Imbró, Furio Meniconi (Romero, Mantas' henchman), Umberto Di Grazia, Ettore Arena (sleeping man), John Bartha (marshal), Paolo Figlia (Mantas' henchman), Sergio Smacchi (Mantas' henchman), Massimo Vani (Mantas' henchman), Armando Calvo (Hoagy), Sandro Scarchilli (Mezcal), Mauro Mannatrizio (Emiliano henchman), Pietro Fumelli (Suarez), Massimo Carocci (Tornosky), Benito Pacifico (Mexican bandit), Franco Fantasia
  • Story: Tito Carpi
  • Screenplay: Tito Carpi
  • Cinematography: Stelvio Massi [Technicolor - Techniscope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Francesco De Masi [as Frank Mason]
  • Producers: Sergio Borelli, Franco Palaggi

Story

Sartana is on the trail of a series of missing gold shipments when a white clad stranger arrives with an interest in the proceedings.

Comment

This surprisingly well made film was shown pretty late on german TV. But (thank god they broadcast widescreen!) the film was really well done. The camera work was excellent and so was de Masi's score. The acting was okay and the story was somehow bizarre. But it is definitely an enjoyable film nevertheless. --Sebastian 20:56, 31 Jul 2005 (CEST)

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