Per 100,000 dollari ti ammazzo
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Per 100,000 dollari t'ammazzo (Italy 1967 / Director: Giovanni Fago (as Sidney Lean))
- Runtime: 96 min
- Release Date: 30.11.1967
Also known as
Vengeance Is Mine (U.S.A.) | Django der Bastard (Germany) | Promessa de Sangue (Brazil) | $100.000 voor Django (Belgium) | Le jour de la haine (France) | For One Hundred Thousand Dollars for a Killing | One Hundred Thousand Dollars Per Killing
Cast and crew
- Cast: Gianni Garko (John Forest)(as Gary Hudson), Claudio Camaso (Clint Forest), Piero Lulli (Jurago), Fernando Sancho (Goncalves / Gonzalez), Claudie Lange (Annie), Carlo Gaddi (Jack), Bruno Corazzari (Gary), Susanna Martinková (Mary), Andrea Scotti (Dr. Jim), Silvio Bagolini (sheriff of Albuquerque), Dada Gallotti (saloon 'singer'), Adriana Giuffrè, Rodolfo Valadier, Maurizio Tocchi, Jole Fierro (Mrs. Forest), Giovanni Di Benedetto (Mr. Forest)(as Gianni di Benedetto), Osiride Pevarello
- Story: Sergio Martino
- Screenplay: Ernesto Gastaldi
- Music: Nora Orlandi
- Cinematography: Federico Zanni (Eastmancolor, Cromoscope 2,35:1]
- Producers: Mino Loy, Luciano Martino
Gianni Garko and Claudio Camaso are half-brothers on opposite sides of the law. One, a bounty hunter, the other, a deserter turned outlaw. The one thing they have in common is their shared hatred of each other which reaches back to their family background. John was in prison after being falsely accused by Clint for the killing of his father.
This is a sort of a twin film to 10,000 Dollars for a Massacre, with which it shares several ideas and crew members. Especially Gianni Garko and Claudio Camaso are at their best in acting out again a complex relationship. But the ambitious ideas of the screenplay are not always matched by Giovanni Fago's directing.