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*'''Cast:''' Walter Chiari (Pablo), Ugo Tognazzi (Domingo), Raimondo Vianello (José), Dominique Boschero (Alba), Anna Ranalli (Dolores), Margaret Rose Keil (Juanita), Aroldo Tieri (Bonarios), Fanfulla (Pedro), Lucia Modugno (La Sposa), Alex Revdis (Mendoza), Tamas Fellegi (as Tom Felleghy)(Gonzales), Nietta Zocchi (Nina), Bruno Tocci, Tullio Altamura, Ciccio Barbi, Nando Angelini, Eugenio Galadini, Franco Jamonte, Giuliano Mancini, Aldo Pini  
 
*'''Cast:''' Walter Chiari (Pablo), Ugo Tognazzi (Domingo), Raimondo Vianello (José), Dominique Boschero (Alba), Anna Ranalli (Dolores), Margaret Rose Keil (Juanita), Aroldo Tieri (Bonarios), Fanfulla (Pedro), Lucia Modugno (La Sposa), Alex Revdis (Mendoza), Tamas Fellegi (as Tom Felleghy)(Gonzales), Nietta Zocchi (Nina), Bruno Tocci, Tullio Altamura, Ciccio Barbi, Nando Angelini, Eugenio Galadini, Franco Jamonte, Giuliano Mancini, Aldo Pini  
  
*'''Screenplay:''' Sergio Corbucci, Giovanni Grimaldi, Mario Guerra, Giulio Scarnicci, Renzo Tarabusi, Vittorio Vighi
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*'''Screenplay:''' Bruno Corbucci, Giovanni Grimaldi, Mario Guerra, Giulio Scarnicci, Renzo Tarabusi, Vittorio Vighi
 
*'''Cinematography:''' Franco Villa [Eastmancolor - Panoramico 1,66:1]
 
*'''Cinematography:''' Franco Villa [Eastmancolor - Panoramico 1,66:1]
 
*'''Music:''' [[:Category:Gianni Ferrio|Gianni Ferrio]]
 
*'''Music:''' [[:Category:Gianni Ferrio|Gianni Ferrio]]
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==About==
 
==About==
Three gunmen in the disguise of peons rid the republic of Nonduras of a dictator. This early western comedy was via the co-screenplay, Sergio Corbucci's first encounter with the western genre.
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Three scalawags are mistaken for notorious gunmen and guided by some luck help to free the land from a felonious general. Early western comedy which is set in the uprising of Juarez against the French emperor in 1866.
  
 
== Links and resources ==
 
== Links and resources ==

Revision as of 20:53, 3 February 2013

I magnifici tre (Italy (1961 / Director: Giorgio Simonelli)

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Contents:
  • Runtime: 105 min
  • Release Date: 10.11.1961

Also known as

The Magnificent Three (U.S.A.)

Cast and Crew

  • Cast: Walter Chiari (Pablo), Ugo Tognazzi (Domingo), Raimondo Vianello (José), Dominique Boschero (Alba), Anna Ranalli (Dolores), Margaret Rose Keil (Juanita), Aroldo Tieri (Bonarios), Fanfulla (Pedro), Lucia Modugno (La Sposa), Alex Revdis (Mendoza), Tamas Fellegi (as Tom Felleghy)(Gonzales), Nietta Zocchi (Nina), Bruno Tocci, Tullio Altamura, Ciccio Barbi, Nando Angelini, Eugenio Galadini, Franco Jamonte, Giuliano Mancini, Aldo Pini
  • Screenplay: Bruno Corbucci, Giovanni Grimaldi, Mario Guerra, Giulio Scarnicci, Renzo Tarabusi, Vittorio Vighi
  • Cinematography: Franco Villa [Eastmancolor - Panoramico 1,66:1]
  • Music: Gianni Ferrio
  • Song: Song: “Un Uomo Vivo” sung by Gino Paoli
  • Producer: Emo Bistolfi

About

Three scalawags are mistaken for notorious gunmen and guided by some luck help to free the land from a felonious general. Early western comedy which is set in the uprising of Juarez against the French emperor in 1866.

Links and resources

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