Spaghetti Western Podcast

Difference between revisions of "Más fabuloso golpe del Far-West, El"

From The Spaghetti Western Database

m
m
Line 1: Line 1:
'''El más fabuloso golpe del Far-West''' (Spain, Italy, France 1971 / José Antonio de la Loma)
+
'''El más fabuloso golpe del Far-West''' (Spain, Italy, France 1971 / Director: José Antonio de la Loma)
 
<div style="float:right;width:230px;border:1px solid black;padding:5px;margin:5px">
 
<div style="float:right;width:230px;border:1px solid black;padding:5px;margin:5px">
 
[[Image:Boldestjob22.jpg]]
 
[[Image:Boldestjob22.jpg]]
Line 16: Line 16:
  
 
=== Cast and crew ===
 
=== Cast and crew ===
*'''Cast:''' Mark Edwards (Michigan), Fernando Sancho (El Reyes), Carmen Sevilla (Marion), Charly Bravo (Poldo), Piero Lulli (Jeremiah), Frank Braña (Sergeant Jess Calloway), Yvan Verella (Budd), Barbara Carrol (Sophia), Fernando Bilbao (Little Steve), Juanito Santiago (Changito), Poldo Bendandi (Deputy Ronny), Patty Shepard (Lupe), Ivan Roberto, Mercedes Hinter, Jaime Picas, Aurelian Lintermans, Osvaldo Genazani
+
*'''Cast:''' Mark Edwards (Michigan), Carmen Sevilla (Marion), Carlos Bravo [as Charly Bravo](Poldo), Patty Shepard (Lupe), Piero Lulli (Jeremiah), Barbara Carroll [as Barbara Carrol](Sophie), Frank Braña (Sergeant Jess Calloway), Yvan Verella (Budd), Jaume Picas [as Jaime Picas](sheriff), Poldo Bendandi (Deputy Ronny), Osvaldo Genazzani [as Oswaldo Genazani](disgruntled poker player), Mercédès Molinar [as Mercedes Linter](Marion's maid), Fernando Bilbao (Little Steve), Aurelian Lintermans [as J. Lintermans], Juanito Santiago (Changito), Fernando Sancho (El Reyes)
 +
*Also with: Gaspar 'Indio' Gonzalez (non-paying hotel guest), Miquel Bordoy (barman), Ivan Roberto
  
 
*'''Story:''' José Antonio de la Loma
 
*'''Story:''' José Antonio de la Loma
Line 33: Line 34:
  
 
[[Category:1971]][[Category:Italy]][[Category:Spain]][[Category:France]]
 
[[Category:1971]][[Category:Italy]][[Category:Spain]][[Category:France]]
[[Category:Fernando Sancho]]
+
[[Category:Stelvio Cipriani]]
[[Category:Piero Lulli]]
+
[[Category:Fernando Sancho]][[Category:Piero Lulli]][[Category:Frank Brana]]
[[Category:Frank Brana]]
+
[[Category:Charly Bravo]][[category:Fernando Bilbao]][[Category:Gaspar 'Indio' González]]
[[Category:Don Powell]][[Category:Stelvio Cipriani]]
+
[[Category:Don Powell]]
[[Category:Charly Bravo]][[category:Fernando Bilbao]]
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
__NOTOC__

Revision as of 17:57, 23 April 2017

El más fabuloso golpe del Far-West (Spain, Italy, France 1971 / Director: José Antonio de la Loma)

  • Runtime:
  • Release Date: 6.3.1972

Also known as

Hold-Up à Sun Valley (France) | Nevada (Italy) | Suuri Pankkiryosto (Finland) | The Boldest Job in the West (U.S.A.) | Det stora bankrånet (Sweden)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Mark Edwards (Michigan), Carmen Sevilla (Marion), Carlos Bravo [as Charly Bravo](Poldo), Patty Shepard (Lupe), Piero Lulli (Jeremiah), Barbara Carroll [as Barbara Carrol](Sophie), Frank Braña (Sergeant Jess Calloway), Yvan Verella (Budd), Jaume Picas [as Jaime Picas](sheriff), Poldo Bendandi (Deputy Ronny), Osvaldo Genazzani [as Oswaldo Genazani](disgruntled poker player), Mercédès Molinar [as Mercedes Linter](Marion's maid), Fernando Bilbao (Little Steve), Aurelian Lintermans [as J. Lintermans], Juanito Santiago (Changito), Fernando Sancho (El Reyes)
  • Also with: Gaspar 'Indio' Gonzalez (non-paying hotel guest), Miquel Bordoy (barman), Ivan Roberto
  • Story: José Antonio de la Loma
  • Screenplay: José Antonio de la Loma
  • Cinematography: Hans Burmann, Antonio Millan [Eastmancolor - Panoramico]
  • Music: Stelvio Cipriani
  • Song: "They Call it Gold" sung by Don Powell
  • Producers: José María Carcansona, Pierre Kalfon

Synopsis

A bandit gang successfully executes a complicated bank heist but disagreements arise in the aftermath.

External links

  • Newsletter
  • Giallo
  • Spaghetti Western books
  • Arrow Video