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*'''Story:''' Lina Wertmuller [as Nathan Witch\
 
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*'''Screenplay:''' Lina Wertmuller [as George Brown]
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*'''Screenplay:''' Lina Wertmuller [as Nathan Wich & George Brown]
 
*'''Cinematography:''' Sandro D'Eva [Eastmancolor - widescreen]
 
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*'''Music:''' Charles Dumont
 
*'''Music:''' Charles Dumont

Revision as of 09:51, 19 December 2018

Il mio corpo per un poker (Italy 1968 / Director: Lina Wertmüller [as Nathan Wich])

  • Runtime: 103 min
  • Release Date: 15.3.1968

Also known as

The Belle Starr Story (Italian co-title + international title) | Mein Körper für ein Pokerspiel (Germany) | L'histoire de Belle Starr (France) | Blodigt spel i western (Sweden) | Balladi Belle Starrista (Finland) | Belle Starr - La Pistolera Del Oeste (Argentinia) | Bel Star (Turkey)

Cast

  • Cast: Elsa Martinelli (Myra Belle Shelley / Belle Starr), Robert Woods (Cole Harvey), George Eastman (Larry/Blake Blackie), Francesca Righini (Jessica), Bruno Piergentili [as Dan Harrison](Pedro), Bruno Corazzari (Pinkerton Man), Vladimir Medar (Jonathan Shelley), Eugene Walter (Benjamin 'Velvet Fingers' Chesterson), Remo De Angelis (Butch, Blackie gang member / Jack Collins, hometown sheriff), Orso M. Guerini, Romano Milano (poker player)
  • Story: Lina Wertmuller [as Nathan Witch\
  • Screenplay: Lina Wertmuller [as Nathan Wich & George Brown]
  • Cinematography: Sandro D'Eva [Eastmancolor - widescreen]
  • Music: Charles Dumont
  • Song: "No Time for Love" sung by Elsa Martinelli

Plot

Belle Starr, 'The Bandit Queen', becomes known for her fast draw, hard drinking, cigar smoking and gambling, and seems happy enough to continue on her own until Larry Blackie drops into her life.

Links

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