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'''Fuori uno ... sotto un altro, arriva il Passatore''' (Italy, Spain 1973 / Director: Giuliano Carnimeo (as Anthony Ascott))
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*'''Runtime:''' 93 min
 
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==Cast & Crew ==
 
==Cast & Crew ==
*'''Cast:''' George Hilton (Stefano Pelloni, aka 'Il Passatore'), Edwige Fenech (Mora), Manolo Zarzo, Sal Borgese, Chris Avram (police captain), Chris Huerta, Jack Logan, Helga Liné, Lucretia Love, Umberto D'Orsi, Marco Migliozzi, Dante Maggio, Fortunato Arena, Dante Cleri (Serafino), Alessandro Perrella, Luigi Antonio Guerra, Mario Gigantini, Giuseppe Terranova, Ettore Bevilacqua, Ruggero Rosi, Elio Angelucci (Anguillone), Dorian Bertaccini  
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*'''Cast:''' George Hilton (Stefano 'Il Passatore' Pelloni), Edwige Fenech (Marina / Mora), Manolo Zarzo (Commissioner Casadei), Sal Borgese (Mangabisce, the mute), Chris Avram (police commandant), Chris Huerta (Domandone), Jack Logan (Mattiazzo), Helga Liné (Zaire, the actress), Lucretia Love (Amalie Casadei), Umberto D'Orsi (cardinal), Marco Migliozzi (young bandit, Domandone's son), Dante Maggio (Monsignor), Fortunato Arena (sergeant), Dante Cleri (Serafino), Alessandro Perrella, Luigi Antonio Guerra, Mario Gigantini, Giuseppe Terranova (Major w/Garibaldi), Ettore Bevilacqua (waystation proprietor), Ruggero Rosi, Elio Angelucci (Anguillone), Dorian Bertaccini
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*Also with: Sergio Ukmar (Casadei employee), Claudio Ruffini (Casadei employee), Renzo Pevarello (Casadei gardner), Riccardo Petrazzi (soldier), Pietro Torrisi (soldier)
  
 
*'''Story:''' Benito Bertaccini
 
*'''Story:''' Benito Bertaccini
 
*'''Screenplay:''' Tito Carpi, Gustavo Quintana, Nanda Bigliozzi
 
*'''Screenplay:''' Tito Carpi, Gustavo Quintana, Nanda Bigliozzi
*'''Cinematography:''' Pablo Ripoll [Eastmancolor, CinemaScope 2,35:1]
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*'''Cinematography:''' Pablo Ripoll [Eastmancolor - CinemaScope 2,35:1]
 
*'''Music:''' [[:Category:Aldo Bonocore|Aldo Bonocore]]
 
*'''Music:''' [[:Category:Aldo Bonocore|Aldo Bonocore]]
 
*'''Producer:''' Gustavo Quintana
 
*'''Producer:''' Gustavo Quintana
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Latest revision as of 02:54, 6 December 2017

Except for the last eighty seconds this film is set in 19th century Italy. It has stilistic similarities with Spaghetti Westerns and was marketed as such in some countries.

Fuori uno ... sotto un altro, arriva il Passatore (Italy, Spain 1973 / Director: Giuliano Carnimeo [as Anthony Ascott])

  • Runtime: 93 min
  • Release Date: 18.1.1973

Also known as

Un casanova en apuros (Spain) | El audaz aventurero (Spain) | Holy God, Here Comes the Passatore! (U.S.A.) | Holy God, It's the Passatore (U.K.) | Wenn Engel ihre Fäuste schwingen (Germany) | Itan skliros kai legotan Margarita (Greece) | O megalos paranomos (Greece)

Cast & Crew

  • Cast: George Hilton (Stefano 'Il Passatore' Pelloni), Edwige Fenech (Marina / Mora), Manolo Zarzo (Commissioner Casadei), Sal Borgese (Mangabisce, the mute), Chris Avram (police commandant), Chris Huerta (Domandone), Jack Logan (Mattiazzo), Helga Liné (Zaire, the actress), Lucretia Love (Amalie Casadei), Umberto D'Orsi (cardinal), Marco Migliozzi (young bandit, Domandone's son), Dante Maggio (Monsignor), Fortunato Arena (sergeant), Dante Cleri (Serafino), Alessandro Perrella, Luigi Antonio Guerra, Mario Gigantini, Giuseppe Terranova (Major w/Garibaldi), Ettore Bevilacqua (waystation proprietor), Ruggero Rosi, Elio Angelucci (Anguillone), Dorian Bertaccini
  • Also with: Sergio Ukmar (Casadei employee), Claudio Ruffini (Casadei employee), Renzo Pevarello (Casadei gardner), Riccardo Petrazzi (soldier), Pietro Torrisi (soldier)
  • Story: Benito Bertaccini
  • Screenplay: Tito Carpi, Gustavo Quintana, Nanda Bigliozzi
  • Cinematography: Pablo Ripoll [Eastmancolor - CinemaScope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Aldo Bonocore
  • Producer: Gustavo Quintana

Synopsis

George Hilton is the infamous highway robber Stefano Pelloni, known as Il Passatore and Edwige Fenech is his opinionated leading lady, Mora, in this slapstick 'comedy'.

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