John il bastardo

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John il bastardo (Italy 1967 / Director: Armando Crispino)

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Contents:
  • Runtime: 105 min (116 min ?)
  • Release Date: 16.11.1967

Also known as

John the Bastard (U.S.A.) | His Name Was Johnny | Johnny le bâtard (France) | John Bękart (Poland) | Fattyú John (Hungary)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: John Richardson (John Donald Tenorio), Claudio Camaso (Don Francisco Tenorio), Martine Beswick (Dona Antonia), Luisa della Noce (Sara Donald), Claudio Gora (Don Diego Tenorio), Furio Meniconi (as Men Fury)(Papa Buck), Gordon Mitchell(Danite), Glauco Onorato (Morenillo), Gia Sandri (Gertrude), Nadia Scarpitta (Linda), Patrizia Valturri (Edith), Thelma Anderson, Loredana Giustini, Margherita Horowitz (old maid aunt), Vittorio Manfrino, Mirella Pamphili (as Mirella Pompili), Piero Vida
  • Story: Lucio Manlio Battistrada, Armando Crispino
  • Screenplay: Lucio Manlio Battistrada, Armando Crispino
  • Cinematography: Sante Achilli [Eastmancolor - Cromoscope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Nico Fidenco
  • Song: "Ballad of John" sung by S. Moriones
  • Producers: Francesco & Vincenzo Genesi

Synopsis

Johnny Donald, a cynical seducer of women, discovers he is actually the son of Don Diego Tenorio, a wealthy Mexican landowner. Accompanied by his trusty servant Morenillo, he travels south in search of vengeance and riches, but manages to deflower and make enemies all along the way until he finally meets his match in the person of a Mormon assassin and a stone statue.

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