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Latest revision as of 18:56, 16 July 2017

Per mille dollari al giorno (Italy, Spain 1966 / Director: Silvio Amadio)

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  • Runtime: 99 min
  • Release Date: 17.3.1966

Also known as

For One Thousand Dollars Per Day (U.S.A.) | Renegade Gunfighter (U.S.A.) | Por mil dolares al dia (Spain) | Pour mille dollars par jour (France) | Für 1000 Dollar pro Tag (Germany) | Bin dolar için (Turkey) | Gia hilia dollaria tin imera (Greece) | 10.000 Dólares para Sartana (Brazil)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Zachary Hatcher (Hud Backer / Scott Baker), Mimmo Palmara [as Dick Palmer](Sheriff Steve Benson), Pier Angeli [as Annamaria Pierangeli](Betty Benson), Rubén Rojo (Jason Clark), Mirko Ellis (Wayne Clark), Manuel Gil (Lon Clark), José Calvo [as Pepe Calvo](Carranza), Enrique Avila (Dutch, hired gunman), Tom Felleghy (Judge Gowan), Angel Menendez (Hackett, rail surveyor), Jose Villasante (Clayton, landowner), José Luis Lizalde (Titus, bartender), Tullio Altamura (Sullivan, Clark lawyer), Sandalio Hernandez (messenger for Wayne), Maria Tedeschi (court spectator), Alba Maiolini (court spectator), Nando Angelini, Corrado Annicelli, Maria Burgo, Victoria Salcedo, Gabriella Schettini, Bruno Scipioni, Manuel Clark
  • Story: Silvio Amadio, Tito Carpi, Luciano Gregoretti
  • Screenplay: Silvio Amadio, Tito Carpi, Luciano Gregoretti
  • Cinematography: Mario Pacheco [Technicolor - Techniscope 2,35:1]
  • Camera Operator: Joe D'Amato (Aristide Massaccesi)
  • Music: Gino Peguri
  • Song: "My Gun is Fast" sung by Bobby Solo
  • Producers: Silvio Amadio, Mario Fanti


Hud's parents were murdered, their land stolen and now Hud will dish out justice to the guilty - the three Clark brothers know they are in danger but they don't know from where the blow will come.


Not a bad story, albeit a very poor script. The film itself tries hard to be "American", especially with the music. But in its core it's a nice revenge story. Overall though, this film rates as one of the low-category Spaghettis, it's just poorly done and not anything special and it just steals too much from American westerns, like "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance" and such. --Sebastian 21:34, 15 Jul 2005 (CEST)


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