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Ciakmull - L'uomo della vendetta

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Ciakmull - L'uomo della vendetta (Italy 1969 / Director: Enzo Barboni (as E.B. Clucher))

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  • Runtime: 95 min
  • Release Date: 11.3.1970

Also known as

Chuck Moll (U.S.A.) | The Unholy Four (U.S.A.) | Django - Die Nacht der langen Messer (Germany) | Ein Toter rechnet ab | Ciakmull (Italy) | Chacmool - Le Batard de Dodge City (France) | De Wreker (The Netherlands) | De bastaard van Dodge City (Belgium) | Tzak Moya (Greece) | Batinin 4 Devi (Turkey) | O homem da vingança (Portugal) | Puerta abierta al infierno (Spain)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Leonard Mann (Chuck Moll), Woody Strode (Woody), Ida Galli (as Evelyn Stewart)(Sheila Udo), Luigi Montefiore (as George Eastman)(Hondo), Peter Martell (Silver), Helmuth Schneider (John Caldwell), Lucio Rosato (Mr. Udo), Alain Naya (Alan Caldwell), Dino Strano (Ben/Sam), Andrea Aureli, Enzo Fiermonte (sheriff), Salvatore Billa (John), Luciano Rossi (gambler), Lorenzo Fineschi (gambler), Silvana Bacci (saloon girl), Romano Puppo (Udo henchman), Claudio Scarchilli (Udo henchman), Paolo Magalotti (Caldwell henchman), Remo De Angelis (bounty hunter), Pietro Ceccarelli (bounty hunter), Fortunato Arena (prison warden), Giovanni Cianfriglia (saloon brawler), Vittorio Fanfoni (townsman), Giuseppe Lauricelli, Umberto Di Grazia
  • Story: Franco Rossetti
  • Screenplay: Mario de Nardo, Franco Rossetti, Luca Montefiori
  • Cinematography: Mario Montuori [Eastmancolor - Panoramico 1,85:1]
  • Music: Riz Ortolani
  • Producer: Manolo Bolognini

The Film

Four men escape from an asylum when it is set ablaze as a distraction to cover a robbery. One of the men, an amnesiac, is recognised by one of the robbers, but he dies before he can provide any further information. The four former inmates then travel to the town (incidentally the same one as named in Forgotten Pistolero) where it seems the mystery of the amnesiac's identity can be solved.


With Ciakmull, former photographer Enzo Barboni (Django and 9 other SWs) adopted the pseudonym E.B. Clucher and turned to directing. A year before he launched the Trinity films he proved that he was also capable of becoming a competent director of action films. Ciakmull shares the autumnal atmosphere and a similar story with Today It's Me, Tomorrow It's You, and only fails to become just like this one, a minor classic, because the screenplay sometimes runs out on Barboni by being a bit underdeveloped in places.

by Stanton

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