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Lo ammazzò come un cane... ma lui rideva ancora (Italy 1972 / Director: Angelo Pannacciò [as Mark Welles])

  • Runtime: 84 min
  • Release Date: 2.1.1972

Also known as

Death Played the Flute (U.S.A.) | Requiem for a Bounty Hunter (U.K.) | La rançon du teur (France)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Michael Forest (John Barton), Steven Tedd (Kimble aka "Whistler"), Susanna Levi (Suzy Barton), Victoriano Gazzara (as Chet Davis)(Suzy's fiancee), Antonio Molino Rojo (Ransom), Remo Capitani (as Ray O'Conner)(Cameron), Laurence Bien, Thomas Rudy, Giovanni Petti (Lassiter), Michele Borelli, Benito Pacifico (as Dennis Colt), Anna Bacchi, Aldo Berti, Mario Novelli (as Anthony Freeman), Clara Hope, Irio Fantini, Michele Branca, Alceste Bogart, Ivi D’Annunzio, Itala Guitto
  • Story: Angelo Pannacciò
  • Screenplay: Angelo Pannacciò, Maurizo Centini
  • Cinematography: Jaime Deu Casas [Technicolor, Techniscope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Daniele Patucchi
  • Song: "A Man is Made of Love" sung by Ann Collin
  • Producer: Pelio Quaglia


Farmer Barton returns home to his ranch and finds his family massacred by outlaws, only his daughter Suzy, who was raped, survived. Vowing revenge, he sets out to hunt down the killers. Along the way he meets a mysterious, flute-playing gunslinger named Kimble, who claims to know the identity of the killers and agrees to help bring them to justice. But he has a secret of his own.


Edited into Porno erotico western

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