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Per il gusto di uccidere

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Per il gusto di uccidere (Italy, Spain 1966 / Director: Tonino Valerii)

  • Runtime: 87 min
  • Release Date: 6.8.1966
  • Filming Locations: Almería

Also known as

Cazador de recompensas (Spain) | Taste of Killing (U.S.A.) | Lanky Fellow - Der einsame Rächer (Germany) | Por el gusto de matar (Argentina) | Cazador de recompensas (Spain) | Lanky, l'homme à  la carabine (France) | 100,000 dollars pa hojkant (The Netherlands) | Kivaari Vuokrattavana (Finland) | Prazer de matar (Portugal) | 100,000 dollar i sikte (Sweden) | Sam protiv bande (Yugoslavia)

Cast and Crew

  • Cast: Craig Hill (Hank "Lanky" Fellows), George Martin (Gus Kennebeck), Piero Lulli [as Peter Carter](Collins), Fernando Sancho (Sanchez), Rada Rassimov (Isabelle), George Wang (Machete / Mingo), Diana Martin (Peggy/Molly Kennebeck), Franco Ressel [as Frank Ressel](Aarons), Eugenio Galadini [as Graham Sooty](Jefferson), José Marco (John Kennebeck), Lorenzo Robledo (sheriff), Sancho Gracia (Steve), José Manuel Martin (Rodrigo), José Canalejas (Peter), Dario De Grassi [as Dario De Grasi], Remo De Angelis (deputy), Manuel Bermudez (Juarez), Nazzareno Natale (Wylie / White), Enrique Santiago (Sanchez henchman)
  • Story: Tonino Valerii
  • Screenplay: Victor Auz, Tonino Valerii
  • Cinematography: Stelvio Massi [Eastmancolor - Cromoscope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Nico Fidenco
  • Song: "Il gusto di uccidere" sung by Nico Fidenco
  • Song: "Lanky Fellow" sung by The Wilder Brothers
  • Producers: Francesco Geniese, Vincenzo Genesi, Daniele Senator, Jose Lopez Moreno

Synopsis

Lanky Fellow has a typical cynical SW like way to earn his living. He observes valuable transports of money or gold, but when they are robbed he doesn't intervene, but follows the robbers and then brings the loot back to collect the insurance. When his "job" brings him in conflict with the notorious outlaw Gus Kenneback, he has personal reasons to protect the money as Kenneback was once responsible for the death of Lanky's brother.

Comment

Tonino Valerii worked as an assistant director on For a Few Dollars More, and when he had the chance to direct his own western, he reused many of the familiar actors and locations of the Leone westerns, as well as trying to work in his own style. He remained a good copyist, albeit he lacks the deeper inspiration, in this likeable and entertaining, but also not too remarkable SW.

by Stanton

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