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'''Duello nel Texas''' (Spain, Italy 1963 / Director: Ricardo Blasco)
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'''Duello nel Texas''' (Spain, Italy 1963 / Director: Ricardo Blasco [as Richard Blasco])
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'''Contents:'''
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* [[/DVD|Available DVDs]]
 
* [[/DVD|Available DVDs]]
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* [[/BluRay|Available BluRays]]
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* [[/OST|Soundtrack]]
 
* [[/Pictures|Pictures]]
 
* [[/Pictures|Pictures]]
* [[Duello Nel Texas Review|Film Review]]
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* [[/Credits|Cast]]
* [http://www.spaghetti-western.net/forum/index.php/topic,583.0.html Our forum topic]
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* [[/Trailers&Clips|Trailers & Clips]]
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* [[Duello Nel Texas Review|Film Review 1]]
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* [[Duello nel Texas - Gringo (Review Scherpschutter)|Film Review 2]]
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* [https://forum.spaghetti-western.net/t/gunfight-at-red-sands-gringo-duello-nel-texas-ricardo-blasco-1963/515 Forum Topic]
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*'''Runtime:''' 94 min
 
*'''Runtime:''' 94 min
 
*'''Release Date:''' 19.9.1963
 
*'''Release Date:''' 19.9.1963
 
 
== Also known as ==
 
== Also known as ==
Gringo (Spain) | Gringo (U.K.) | Gunfight at Red Sands (U.S.A.) | Duel au Texas (France) | Duello nelle sabbie rosso (France) | Drei gegen Sacramento (Germany) | Taistelu punaisella hietkolla (Finland) | Duellen i Rad Sands (Sweden) | Duell i Texas (Sweden)
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El Gringo (Spain) | Gringo (U.K.) | Gunfight at Red Sands (U.S.A.) | Duel au Texas (France) | Duello nelle sabbie rosso (France) | Drei gegen Sacramento (Germany) | Taistelu punaisella hietikolla (Finland) | Duellen i Rad Sands (Sweden) | Duell i Texas (Sweden)| Gringo (Portugal) | Duelo dos Homens Sem Lei (Brasil)
  
 
== Cast and crew ==
 
== Cast and crew ==
*'''Cast:''' Richard Harrison (Ricardo 'Gringo' Martinez), Giacomo Rossi-Stuart (as G.R. Stuart)(Sheriff Lance Corbett), Mikaela (Maria Huertas), Sara Lezana (Elisa/Lisa Martinez), Daniel Martín (as Dan Martin)(Manuel Martinez), Sam Field, Bernabe Barta Barri (as Barta Barry)(Lou Stedman), Telly Thomas, Aldo Sambrell (as Ald Sambrell)(Juan Guardo), Agustàn González (as Augustin Gonzalez)(Don Esteban), Bruna Simionato (as Barbara Simon)(Rosa Cardena), Angel Solano (as Mike Solano), Gonzalo Esquiroz, Tito Garcia (Sanchez), José Calvo (Francisco), Alfonso Rojas, Xan Das Bolas (merchant), Rodolfo del Campo, José Luis Chinchilla, Rafael Vaquero (Bancroft), Nathan D'Eagle, Diana Martin
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*'''Cast:''' Richard Harrison (Ricardo 'Gringo' Martinez), Giacomo Rossi-Stuart [as G.R. Stuart](Sheriff Lance Corbett), Mikaela (Maria Huertas), Sara Lezana (Elisa/Lisa Martinez), Daniel Martín [as Dan Martin](Manuel Martinez), Rodolfo de Campo [as Sam Field](Doctor Bancroft), Bernabe Barta Barri [as Barta Barry](Lou Stedman), Aldo Sambrell [as Ald Sambrell](Juan Guardo), Agustín González [as Augustin Gonzalez](Zeke 'Giggles' Wilson), Bruna Simionato [as Barbara Simon](Rosa Cardena), Angel Solano [as Mike Solano](deputy), Gonzalo Esquiroz [as Gonzalo Ezquiro](Kincaid Wilson), Tito Garcia (Sanchez), José Calvo (Francisco), Alfonso Rojas (Don Esteban), Xan Das Bolas (barber), José Luis Chinchilla (deputy), Rafael Vaquero (Russell, storekeeper), Nathan D'Eagle, Telly Thomas
  
*'''Story:''' James Prindle (as J. Prindle)
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*'''Story:''' James Prindle [as J. Prindle]
*'''Screenplay:''' Albert Band (as Alfredo Antonini), Ricardo Blasco
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*'''Screenplay:''' Albert Band [as Alfredo Antonini], Ricardo Blasco
*'''Cinematography:''' Massimo Dallamano (as Jack Dalmas) [Technicolor - Panoramico 1,66:1)
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*'''Cinematography:''' Massimo Dallamano [as Jack Dalmas] [Technicolor - Panoramico 1,66:1)
*'''Music:''' [[:Category:Ennio Morricone | Ennio Morricone ]](as: Dan Savio)
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*'''Music:''' [[:Category:Ennio Morricone|Ennio Morricone ]][as Dan Savio]
*'''Song:''' "A Gringo Like Me" sung by Peter Tevis
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*'''Song:''' "A Gringo Like Me" sung by [[:Category:Peter Tevis|Peter Tevis]]
*'''Producers:''' Albert Band (as Alfredo Antonini), Jóse G. Maesso
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*'''Producers:''' Arrigo Colombo and Giorgio Papi (for Jolly Films, Rome) Albert Band [as Alfredo Antonini] and Jóse G. Maesso (for Tecisa Films, Madrid)
  
 
==The Film==
 
==The Film==
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==Comment==
 
==Comment==
This early spaghetti shows clear indications as to where the fledgling genre was heading and features the first (but very traditional) western music score from [[Ennio Morricone]]. The Italian co-production company was the same which later produced FoD and it featured with photographer Dallamano another key figure of the Leone film. Have a close look how the final duel is shot and edited. Otherwise it's a mostly simple film, but possibly the best of the European pre-Fistful westerns.
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This early spaghetti shows clear indications as to where the fledgling genre was heading and features the first (but very traditional) western music score by [[Ennio Morricone]]. The Italian co-production company (Jolly Films) was the same which would produce FoD; with photographer Dallamano, it featured another key figure of the Leone film. Have a close look how the final duel is shot and edited. Otherwise it's mostly a simple film, but possibly the best of the European pre-Fistful westerns.
  
 
by Stanton
 
by Stanton
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* [http://www.filmboob.nl/filmrecensies/1426/Duello-nel-Texas-Gunfight-at-Red-Sands.html Movie Review (Dutch)]
 
* [http://www.filmboob.nl/filmrecensies/1426/Duello-nel-Texas-Gunfight-at-Red-Sands.html Movie Review (Dutch)]
 
* [http://mondo-esoterica.net/Duello%20nel%20Texas.html Mondo-Esoterica review]
 
* [http://mondo-esoterica.net/Duello%20nel%20Texas.html Mondo-Esoterica review]
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* [http://www.rarovhs.com.ar/2011/08/gringo-1963-western-espanol-italiano.html Argentinian VHS @ RaroVHS]
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* [http://800spaghettiwesterns.blogspot.com/2012/05/gringo.html Review by 800 SW (Spain)]
  
 
[[Category:1963]][[Category:Italy]][[Category:Spain]]
 
[[Category:1963]][[Category:Italy]][[Category:Spain]]
[[Category:Ennio Morricone]]
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[[Category:Ricardo Blasco]][[Category:Massimo Dallamano]][[Category:Ennio Morricone]]
[[Category:Ricardo Blasco]]
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[[Category:Richard Harrison]][[Category:Giacomo Rossi-Stuart]][[Category:Aldo Sambrell]][[Category:Xan das Bolas]]
[[Category:Richard Harrison]]
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[[Category:Daniel Martín]][[Category:Tito Garcia]][[Category:José Calvo]][[Category:Barta Barri]][[Category:Alfonso Rojas]]
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[[Category:Peter Tevis]]
[[Category:Xan das Bolas]]
 
[[Category:Daniel Martín]]
 
[[Category:Giacomo Rossi-Stuart]]
 
[[Category:Massimo Dallamano]]
 
[[Category:Tito Garcia]]
 
[[Category:José Calvo]]
 
[[Category:Barta Barri]]
 
 
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Latest revision as of 17:43, 2 November 2020

Duello nel Texas (Spain, Italy 1963 / Director: Ricardo Blasco [as Richard Blasco])

  • Runtime: 94 min
  • Release Date: 19.9.1963

Also known as

El Gringo (Spain) | Gringo (U.K.) | Gunfight at Red Sands (U.S.A.) | Duel au Texas (France) | Duello nelle sabbie rosso (France) | Drei gegen Sacramento (Germany) | Taistelu punaisella hietikolla (Finland) | Duellen i Rad Sands (Sweden) | Duell i Texas (Sweden)| Gringo (Portugal) | Duelo dos Homens Sem Lei (Brasil)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Richard Harrison (Ricardo 'Gringo' Martinez), Giacomo Rossi-Stuart [as G.R. Stuart](Sheriff Lance Corbett), Mikaela (Maria Huertas), Sara Lezana (Elisa/Lisa Martinez), Daniel Martín [as Dan Martin](Manuel Martinez), Rodolfo de Campo [as Sam Field](Doctor Bancroft), Bernabe Barta Barri [as Barta Barry](Lou Stedman), Aldo Sambrell [as Ald Sambrell](Juan Guardo), Agustín González [as Augustin Gonzalez](Zeke 'Giggles' Wilson), Bruna Simionato [as Barbara Simon](Rosa Cardena), Angel Solano [as Mike Solano](deputy), Gonzalo Esquiroz [as Gonzalo Ezquiro](Kincaid Wilson), Tito Garcia (Sanchez), José Calvo (Francisco), Alfonso Rojas (Don Esteban), Xan Das Bolas (barber), José Luis Chinchilla (deputy), Rafael Vaquero (Russell, storekeeper), Nathan D'Eagle, Telly Thomas
  • Story: James Prindle [as J. Prindle]
  • Screenplay: Albert Band [as Alfredo Antonini], Ricardo Blasco
  • Cinematography: Massimo Dallamano [as Jack Dalmas] [Technicolor - Panoramico 1,66:1)
  • Music: Ennio Morricone [as Dan Savio]
  • Song: "A Gringo Like Me" sung by Peter Tevis
  • Producers: Arrigo Colombo and Giorgio Papi (for Jolly Films, Rome) Albert Band [as Alfredo Antonini] and Jóse G. Maesso (for Tecisa Films, Madrid)

The Film

Richard Harrison stars as Gringo, a returning combatant from the Mexican civil war who arrives home to find his adoptive father murdered and the family gold stolen by three masked men. His search for revenge leads him into conflict with an assortment of local townsfolk including the sheriff and his ex girlfriend, Maria, and ultimately ends with a classic showdown on main street.

Comment

This early spaghetti shows clear indications as to where the fledgling genre was heading and features the first (but very traditional) western music score by Ennio Morricone. The Italian co-production company (Jolly Films) was the same which would produce FoD; with photographer Dallamano, it featured another key figure of the Leone film. Have a close look how the final duel is shot and edited. Otherwise it's mostly a simple film, but possibly the best of the European pre-Fistful westerns.

by Stanton

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