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Execution (Italy, 1968 / Director: Domenico Paolella)
- Runtime: 93 min
- Release Date: 14.6.1968
Also known as
Django - Die Bibel ist kein Kartenspiel (Germany) | Django prepare ton execution (France) | Prodessionella Desperados (Sweden) | Django, Get Ready to Die | Execution (U.S.A.)
Cast and crew
- Cast: John Richardson (John & Bill Coler/Cooper/Django), Mimmo Palmara (Clint Clips), Franco Giornelli (Captain Charlie), Piero Vida (Burd), Rita Klein (Carol), Nestor Gray (Juarez), Romano Magnino (Sancho), Lucio de Santis (sergeant), Moises Rocha (henchman), Elio Angelucci (henchman), Dalia Bresciani (as Dalia)(Juana), Ivan Scratuglia, Angelo Susani (Don), Veriano Genesi (townsman), Ettore Arena (prison guard), Riccardo Petrazzi (prison guard)
- Story: Domenico Paolella
- Screenplay: Domenico Paolella, Fernando Franchi, Giancarlo Zagni
- Cinematography: Aldo Scavarda [Eastmancolor, widescreen 1,85:1]
- Music: Coriolano Gorri (as Lallo Gorri)
- Producers: Fernando Franchi, Alexander Hacohen
After many years in a state prison, Chips is freed. He has only one thought in his head: to track down a man, dead or alive, who is worth $20,000. His name is John Coler and he is greedy for gold, so much so that he doesn't want to share it even with those who have helped him to steal it. Chips has a warrant of arrest which would permit him to catch Coler. But he isn't the only one interested in Coler.
Undistinguished western with a good enough story , but bogged down in mediocrity thanks to the often uninspired directing by veteran filmmaker Domenico Paolella.