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'''I due figli di Ringo''' (Italy 1966 / Director: [[:Category:Giorgio Simonelli|Giorgio Simonelli]])
 
'''I due figli di Ringo''' (Italy 1966 / Director: [[:Category:Giorgio Simonelli|Giorgio Simonelli]])
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*'''Runtime:''' 105 min
 
*'''Runtime:''' 105 min
 
*'''Release Date:''' 7.12.1966
 
*'''Release Date:''' 7.12.1966
 
== Also known as ==
 
== Also known as ==
Two Sons of Ringo (U.S.A.) | Os dios filhos de Ringo (Portugal) | Ringo's nun Ogullari (Turkey) | Ringo's Two Sons | Ta dyo paidia tou Ringo (Greece) | Franco - Ciccio: Pio gennaioi ki ap' ton kathena (Greece) | Dwóch synów Ringo (Poland)
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Two Sons of Ringo (U.S.A.) | Os dios filhos de Ringo (Portugal) | Ringo's nun Ogullari (Turkey) | Ta dyo paidia tou Ringo (Greece) | Franco - Ciccio: Pio gennaioi ki ap' ton kathena (Greece) | Dwóch synów Ringo (Poland) | Ringo's Two Sons
  
 
== Cast and crew ==
 
== Cast and crew ==
*'''Cast:''' Franco Franchi (Francso Merendino/Django), Ciccio Ingrassia (Ciccio Magri/Gringo), [[George Hilton]] (Joe), Gloria Paul (Dorothy), [[Ignazio Spalla]] (as Pedro Sanchez)(Indio), Mimmo Palmara (sheriff), Umberto D'Orsi, Orchidea de Santis (Marisol), Ivano Staccioli (Burt 'The Bear Trap'), Fulvia Franco (Margaret), Enzo Andronico (lawyer), Armando Carini (Jack), Fortunato Arena, Guido Lollobrigida (Fred), Galliano Sbarra, Nino Terza (Jimmy), Fulvio Mingozzi (cowboy in saloon), Dino Strano
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*'''Cast:''' Franco Franchi (Francso Merendino / Django), Ciccio Ingrassia (Ciccio Magri / Gringo), [[George Hilton]] (Joe), Gloria Paul (Dorothy), Orchidea de Santis (Marisol), [[Ignazio Spalla]] [as Pedro Sanchez](Indio), Fulvia Franco (Margaret), Mimmo Palmara (sheriff), Umberto D'Orsi (mayor), Ivano Staccioli (Burt 'The Bear Trap'), Ivan Scratuglia [as Ivan G. Scrat](Jack, outlaw), Guido Lollobrigida (Fred, saloon owner), Galliano Sbarra, Enzo Andronico (lawyer), Armando Carini, Fortunato Arena (Indio lieutenant), Nino Terza (Jimmy, outlaw), Dino Strano (Red, outlaw), Alberigo Donadeo (saloon patron), Fulvio Mingozzi (cowboy in saloon)
  
 
*'''Story:''' Marcello Ciorciolini, Roberto Gianviti, Amedeo Sollazzo, Dino Verde
 
*'''Story:''' Marcello Ciorciolini, Roberto Gianviti, Amedeo Sollazzo, Dino Verde
 
*'''Screenplay:''' Marcello Ciorciolini, Roberto Gianviti, Amedeo Sollazzo, Dino Verde
 
*'''Screenplay:''' Marcello Ciorciolini, Roberto Gianviti, Amedeo Sollazzo, Dino Verde
*'''Cinematography:''' Clemente Santoni (as Tino Santoni) [Technicolor, Techniscope 2,35:1]
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*'''Cinematography:''' Clemente Santoni [as Tino Santoni] [Technicolor - Techniscope 2,35:1]
*'''Music:''' Piero Umiliani
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*'''Music:''' [[:Category:Piero Umiliani|Piero Umiliani]]
 
*'''Song:''' "Angel and the Brains" sung by Gloria Paul
 
*'''Song:''' "Angel and the Brains" sung by Gloria Paul
 
*'''Producer:''' Sergio Borelli
 
*'''Producer:''' Sergio Borelli
  
 
==About==
 
==About==
Another spoof from the Franco & Ciccio comedy team.
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Another spoof from the Franco & Ciccio comedy team in which the boys, who are running a scam pretending to be bounty hunters, are 'persuaded' to help a real bounty hunter discover a treasure by claiming to be the heirs of the deceased famous lawman, Ringo.
  
 
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[[Category:Franco & Ciccio]][[Category:Ringo]]
[[Category:Franco & Ciccio]]
 
[[Category:George Hilton]]
 
[[Category:Ignazio Spalla]]
 
[[Category:Ivano Staccioli]]
 
[[Category:Fortunato Arena]]
 
[[Category:Gloria Paul]]
 
[[Category:Mimmo Palmara]]
 
[[Category:Guido Lollobrigida]]
 
[[Category:Piero Umiliani]]
 
[[Category:Roberto Gianviti]]
 
[[Category:Dino Strano]]
 
 
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Latest revision as of 00:09, 31 August 2015

I due figli di Ringo (Italy 1966 / Director: Giorgio Simonelli)

I 2 FIGLI DO RINGO22X.jpg

Contents:

  • Runtime: 105 min
  • Release Date: 7.12.1966

Also known as

Two Sons of Ringo (U.S.A.) | Os dios filhos de Ringo (Portugal) | Ringo's nun Ogullari (Turkey) | Ta dyo paidia tou Ringo (Greece) | Franco - Ciccio: Pio gennaioi ki ap' ton kathena (Greece) | Dwóch synów Ringo (Poland) | Ringo's Two Sons

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Franco Franchi (Francso Merendino / Django), Ciccio Ingrassia (Ciccio Magri / Gringo), George Hilton (Joe), Gloria Paul (Dorothy), Orchidea de Santis (Marisol), Ignazio Spalla [as Pedro Sanchez](Indio), Fulvia Franco (Margaret), Mimmo Palmara (sheriff), Umberto D'Orsi (mayor), Ivano Staccioli (Burt 'The Bear Trap'), Ivan Scratuglia [as Ivan G. Scrat](Jack, outlaw), Guido Lollobrigida (Fred, saloon owner), Galliano Sbarra, Enzo Andronico (lawyer), Armando Carini, Fortunato Arena (Indio lieutenant), Nino Terza (Jimmy, outlaw), Dino Strano (Red, outlaw), Alberigo Donadeo (saloon patron), Fulvio Mingozzi (cowboy in saloon)
  • Story: Marcello Ciorciolini, Roberto Gianviti, Amedeo Sollazzo, Dino Verde
  • Screenplay: Marcello Ciorciolini, Roberto Gianviti, Amedeo Sollazzo, Dino Verde
  • Cinematography: Clemente Santoni [as Tino Santoni] [Technicolor - Techniscope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Piero Umiliani
  • Song: "Angel and the Brains" sung by Gloria Paul
  • Producer: Sergio Borelli

About

Another spoof from the Franco & Ciccio comedy team in which the boys, who are running a scam pretending to be bounty hunters, are 'persuaded' to help a real bounty hunter discover a treasure by claiming to be the heirs of the deceased famous lawman, Ringo.

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