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*'''Runtime:''' 94 min (Germany), 110 min (Italy)
*'''Runtime:''' 94 min (Germany), 110 min (Italy)

Revision as of 10:27, 21 October 2019

L'odio è il mio Dio (Italy, West Germany 1969 / Director: Emilio Giordana [as Claudio Gora])

  • Runtime: 94 min (Germany), 110 min (Italy)
  • Release Date: 23.5.1969 (Germany), 28.5.1969 (Italy)

Also known as

Hate Is My God (U.S.A.) | Hatred of God (U.S.A.) | Il Nero - Hass war sein Gebet (Germany) | Olmeden Oldur (Turkey) | Kostaja saapuu Coloradoon (Finland) | I avgi tou misous (Greece) | La haine est mon dieu (France)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Tony Kendall (Il Nero / Carl), Carlo Giordana (Vincent Kearney), Herbert Fleischmann (Alex Carter, banker), Gunther Philipp (Judge Smith), Pier Giovanni Anchisi (Oliver, newspaperman), Peter Dane (Arthur Field), Halina Zalewska [as Ella Karin](Rosalind Field), Sisto Brunetti (Jeff), Herbert Fux (mad prisoner), Marina Berti (Blanche Durand), Venantino Venantini (Sweetley), Ursula Davis, Isa Sala, Pippo Franco (travelling minstrel), Carlos De Castro, Fortunato Arena (deputy), Luciano Rossi (Joe the Idiot), Giusva Fioravanti (young Vincent), Giglio Gigli (Dick, Carter henchman), Mario Mandalari, Franco Pasquetto (Frank, Carter henchman), Gilberto Galimberti (Fred, Carter henchman), Alberto Pozilli, Gerardo Rossi, Paolo Todisco, Carmelo Artale (bartender)
  • Story: Piero Anchisi, Vincenzo Cerami, Claudio Gora (Emilio Giordana), Werner Hauff, Siegfried Kramer
  • Screenplay: Pietro Anchisi, Vincenzo Cerami, Claudio Gora
  • Cinematography: Luciano Trasatti [Eastmancolor - widescreen]
  • Music: Pippo Franco
  • Song: "L’americana" sung by Pippo Franco
  • Producers: Liliana Biancini, Theo Maria Werner, Fernando Cinquini


A young man returns to his village, and with the help of a black-clad stranger, seeks revenge for the murder of his brother against three notable men of the town.


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