Joko invoca Dio... e muori

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Joko invoca Dio... e muori (Italy, West Germany 1968 / Director: Antonio Margheriti)

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Contents:
  • Runtime: 99 min
  • Release Date: 19.4.1968

Also known as

Vengeance (U.S.A.) | Rocco's Revenge (U.S.A.) | Fünf blutige Stricke (Germany) | Djangos blutige Stricke (Germany, cut version) | Venganza (Spain) | Joko invoca a Dios y mata (Argentina) | Avec Django, la mort est là (France) | Roko invoca a Dios y... muere (Mexico) | Duelo entre gigantes (Portugal) | Vingança (Brazil) | Ousadia (Brazil) | Paixe, kane ton stavro sou kai pethane (Greece)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Richard Harrison (Rocco/Joko Barret), Claudio Camaso (Mendoza), Spela Rozin (Jane), Guido Lollobrigida, Werner Pochath (Kid), Paolo Gozlino (Detective Lester), Ignazio Spalla (as Pedro Sanchez)(Laredo), Alberto Dell'Acqua (Richie), Mariangela Giordano (Rosita), Goffredo Unger (Yuma), Luciano Pignozzi (Domingo), Alexander Allerson, Luciano Bonanni, Albert Carl, Lucio De Santis (as Louis Santis), Albert Nova, Claudio Ruffini, Aysanoa Runachagua, Giovanni Ivan Scratuglia (as Ivan Scott), Lucio Zarini
  • Story: Renato Savino
  • Screenplay: Antonio Margheriti
  • Music: Carlo Savina
  • Cinematography: Riccardo Pallottini [Eastmancolor, Techniscope 2,35:1]
  • Producers: Alfredo Leone, Renato Savino

Plot

Rocco is a gold thief, but his buddy is torn apart and he is left with no gold, so he sets out on revenge to hunt down 5 thugs who tore his companion apart and snatched the gold. But there is also a bounty hunter, who turns out to be a rather weird acquaintance...

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