Mio nome è Scopone e faccio sempre cappotto, Il
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Il mio nome è Scopone e faccio sempre cappotto (Italy, Spain 1972 / Director: Juan Bosch)
- Runtime: 85 min
- Release Date: 27.6.1975 (check Trivia below))
Also known as
Le llamaban El Jugador (Spain) | Dallas (U.S.A.) | Fäuste wie Dynamit (Germany) | Os dez Homens do Oeste (Brazil)
Cast and crew
- Cast: Antonio de Teffe (as Anthony Steffen) (Jake/Dallas), Fernando Sancho (Kelly/Lucamone), Ricardo Palacios (Buster), Claudio Undari (as Robert Hundar) (Johnny Black/Doug Bright), Gillian Hills (Glenda Kelly), Indio Gonzales (Johnny Black's henchman), Furio Meniconi (sheriff), Esteban Dalmases (deputy), Attilio Severini, Juan Torres, Juan M. Solano, Ricardo Moyan, Sergio Dore, Karin Heske, Ralph Birks, Antonio Mayans, Cesar Ojinaga, Fernando Palacios, Furio Meniconi, Johnny Fairen, David Delperro, Manuel Bronchud, Moises Rocha
- Screenplay: Juan Bosch, Renato Izzo
- Cinematography: Julio Perez de Rozas [Technicolor, Panoramico 1,66:1]
- Music: Marcello Giombini
Dallas gets his buddy Lucamone out of jail and breaks it to him that both of them are in fact brothers. Their dead father once lost a farm and mine in a poker game to a man named Kelly. Dallas and Lucamone arrive in town just in time for Kelly's funeral. Dallas presents Kelly's daughter Glenda, who is also the sheriff's niece, a contract claiming he has the right to retrieve the farm if he wins another poker game against her. Too bad that Glenda does not know how to play poker. There are also rumours of a hidden treasure, so Dallas has to defend Glenda, Lucamone and himself against two gangs of baddies.
- Anthony Steffen's final Spaghetti Western. Released in 1975, this one was most likely already shot in 1972.