Mamma mia è arrivato così sia

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Mamma mia è arrivato Così Sia (Italy 1973 / Director: Alfio Caltabiano)

  • Runtime: 109 min
  • Release Date: 24.12.1973

Also known as

Oremus, Alleluia e Così Sia (Italy) | They Still Call Me Amen (U.S.A.) | The Hallelujah Gang | Lännen laiskin jyllää jälleen (Finland) | Oi dyo mas gia deka Trinita (Greece) | On nous appelle les enfants de Trinita (France) | Adios rogando y con los punos dando (Spain) | Gang Explosiva (Brazil)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Luc Merenda (Cosi Sia / Amen / Horatio), Alfio Caltabiano [as Alf Thunder] (Reverend Smith), Tano Cimarosa (Chaco), Katia Christine (Clementine), Flavio Colombaioni (Rat / Topo), I Ragazzi del Circo Nuiman, Artemio Antonini (Chaco bandit), Roberto Dell'Acqua (Chaco bandit), Ottorino Polentini (Chaco bandit), Claudio Ruffini (Chaco bandit), Sergio Testori (Chaco bandit), Lorenzo Piani, Luigi Antonio Guerra (bank employee), Luciana Turina (storekeeper), Furio Meniconi (sheriff), Jacki Gambino, Andrea Scotti (deputy)
  • Also with: Fortunato Arena (bunkhouse leader), Andrea Aureli (saloon proprietor), Mauro Mannatrizio (hearse wagon driver), Ettore Arena (bunkhouse occupant), Giovanni Ukmar (saloon brawler)
  • Story: Alfio Caltabiano, Sandro Continenza
  • Screenplay: Alfio Caltabiano, Sandro Continenza
  • Cinematography: Guglielmo Mancori [Eastmancolor - Techniscope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Gianni Ferrio
  • Producer: Fulvio Lucisano


Chaco and his band of downtrodden men meet Così Sia (Amen), who always seems to get the better of them. He takes on the men with a plan to break into the Bank of Little-hole. For Così Sia, getting the money is not as important as getting his revenge on Reverend Smith, with whom he has a bone to pick.


Download the English Trailer here


Sequel to Così sia (1972)


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