Cipolla Colt

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Cipolla Colt (Italy, Spain, West Germany 1975 / Director: Enzo G. Castellari)

  • Runtime: 96 min
  • Release Date: 25.8.1975
  • Filming locations: Tabernas - Almeria

Also known as

Il Cipollaro (Italy) | Los Locos del oro negro (Spain) | Il Cibollero (Spain) | El Cibollero (Spain) | Cry, Onion! (U.S.A.) | Spaghetti Western (U.S.A.) | The Smell of Onion (U.K.) | Zwiebel-Jack räumt auf (Germany) | Bland krutrok och lökdoft (Sweden) | Vůně cibule (Czechoslovakia) | Confusão em Paraíso City (Brazil) | Itan zorikos kai ton elegan Kremmyda (Greece) | O Cheiro das Cebolas (Portugal) | オニオン流れ者 Onion nagaremono (Japan) | Луковият колт (Bulgaria)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Franco Nero (Jack 'Onion' Stark), Sterling Hayden (Henry 'Jack' Pulitzer), Martin Balsam (Petrus Lamb), Emma Cohen (Mary Ann Pulitzer), Leo Anchóriz (sheriff), Romano Puppo ('Stinky'), Nazzareno Zamperla (Oblo / Monocle), Massimo Vanni (Buck, blond henchman), Helmut Brasch (Judge Logan), Duilio Cruciani (Caligola 'Cal' Foster), Fernando Castro (Dutch Foster), Wal Davis (Zeke), Dan van Husen (Zachary, deputy), Dick Butkus (Jeff) [English credit]
  • Additional Spanish credits: Manuel Zarzo (Jack), Alejandro de Encisco (John), Daniel Martín (Jim), Charly Bravo (Judd), Mariano Vidal Molina [as Vidal Molina] (Owen), Xan Das Bolas (Sam, crippled merchant), Lucy Tiller (Violet), Antonio Pica (Hal Foster), Fabian Conde (Benjamin, Lamb aide), Jorge Rigaud (Oil Tanker, board memer), Leopold Francis (Mack)
  • Also with: David Warbeck (villain with sunglasses), Enzo G. Castellari (deputy sheriff), Agustín Bescos (Super Oil board member), Felipe Urmeneta (Paradise bartender)
  • Story: Sergio Donati, Luciano Vincenzoni
  • Screenplay: Miguel De Echarri, Sergio Donati, Luciano Vincenzoni
  • Cinematography: Alejandro Ulloa [Technicolor, Panoramico 1,66:1]
  • Music: Guido & Maurizio De Angelis
  • Producer: Carlo Ponti, Ronald A. Tash, Zev Braun


Onion Jack (Franco Nero) has bought a piece of land on which to settle, but the property is still in possession of the orphans of the original owner and is coveted by the local oil baron.



Comedy about an onion farmer (F. Nero) who has to defend his onion fields against a greedy oil company. Not as bad as many say, but despite a few nice slapstick scenes it's often too silly not to be called awful. More boring than funny. In the end it's a film with a speaking horse, and maybe we won't like to see a curly haired Franco Nero having conversations with his horse. - by Stanton


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