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Little Rita nel West (Italy 1967 / Director: Ferdinando Baldi)

  • Runtime: 103 min
  • Release Date: 11.8.1967

Also known as

Rita en el West (Spain) | Blaue Bohnen für ein Halleluja (Germany) | Rita va al Oeste (Argentina) | Rita contra Django y Gringo (Argentina) | T'as le bonjour de Trinità (France) | Os Pistoleiros do Oeste (Brazil) | Rita no Oeste (Brazil) | La pequena Rita (Sweden) | I vildaste västern (Sweden) | Storsmockan i vilda västern (Sweden) | Little Rita of the West (U.S.A.) | The Crazy Westerners (U.S.A.) | Malá Rita (Czechoslovakia) | Trinityn rämäpäät (Finland) | Rita, i listarhina (Greece) | Enas trellis… trellis Trinita (Greece) | Rita the Kid (Turkey) | Rita of the West | Lonesome dove | Trinity va al oeste

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Rita Pavone (Little Rita/Jane), Terence Hill (Black Star / Joe Talano / “Texas Joe”), Lucio Dalla (Francis/Fritz/Fitzgerald "Frankfurter" Scott), Fernando Sancho (Sancho/Poncho Villa), Kirk Morris (Ringo), Gordon Mitchell (Chief Sitting Buffalo/Silly Bull), Teddy Reno (sheriff), Nina Larker (Angel/orphan), Pinuccio Ardia (bartender Jesse), Nini Rosso (Mexican trumpet player), Gino Pernice [as Luigi Pernice](judge), Romano Puppo (Soto, outlaw), Franco Gulà [as Franco Gulay](lawyer), Enzo Di Natale (Django), Livio Lorenzon (outlaw), Flavio Bennati (dancer), Gianni Brezza (dancer), Vincenzo Cesiro (dancer), Renato De Montis (dancer), Renato Greco (dancer), Umberto Pergola (dancer), Piero Pulci (dancer), Mirella Pompili [as Mirella Panfili], Isarco Ravaioli (cowboy)
  • Story: Ferdinando Baldi
  • Screenplay: Ferdinando Baldi, Franco Rossetti
  • Cinematography: Enzo Barboni [Technicolor- Techniscope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Robby Poitevin
  • Songs: “Little Rita”, “Ma che te ne fai”, “Tu sei come”, ”Per un colpo di pistola” + “Uno sceriffo che si rispetti” sung by Rita Pavone, “Rita sei tutti noi” sung by Teddy Reno + Rita Pavone, “Pirulirulì” sung by Lucio Dalla + Rita Pavone
  • Producer: Manolo Bolognini

Synopsis

Little Rita is out to rid the west of evil bandits. She is helped by her friend, an Indian chief, who agrees with her that gold is the source of all human evil...

Comment

Being another SW oddity, Little Rita is a SW musical with clumsily choreographed dancing scenes, which were intended to be a showcase for Italian pop star Rita Pavone. The film only works in the scenes which are parodying typical SW motives by mocking the famous heroes like Django or Ringo.

by Stanton

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