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Per un dollaro a Tucson si muore (Italy 1964 / Director: Cesare Canevari (as D. Brownson))

  • Runtime: 82 min
  • Release Date: 27.2.1965

Also known as

A Tucson si muore (Italy) | On meurt a Tuckson (France) | Blutige Rache in Tucson (Germany) | Die for a Dollar in Tucson

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Ronny de Marc (Dan), Joco Turk (Joe), Gisèle Sandré [as Giselle Sandré](Melody), Danilo Turk [as Joco Turk](Joe), Maria Grazia Marescalchi [as Mary Grace Manes](Patricia), Georges Lycan (Bill, gang leader), Benito Stefanelli [as Benny Reeves](Charlie, henchman), Cesare Canevari [as C. Iravenac], Eulalia Ramón [as E. Ramon], M. Sitar, A. Chiarollo, E. Ghez, Petar Buntic [as P. Buntic](Joe's young partner), R. Sarsi, M. Cobol
  • Story: Cesare Canevari [as D. Brownson]
  • Screenplay: Cesare Canevari [as D. Brownson]
  • Cinematography: Adriano Bernacchi [as C. Richardson] [Eastmancolor - normal 1,66:1]
  • Music: Armando Sciascia [as H. Tical]
  • Songs: "Per un dollaro a Tucson si muore" + "Vedette" sung by Vinicio Gori
  • Producer: Cesare Canevari


A gang of bandits takes control of Tucson in preparation for the arrival of a consignment of gold, with only a band of voluntary soldiers trying to outwit them and save the town.


This amateurish looking, widely unknown western was really directed by Matalo! director Cesare Canevari. If Matalo! was a western possibly made under drug influence, Per un dollaro a Tucson si muore looks like the film of a druggie on withdrawal, shot in the woods behind your home (actually it was a tidy looking Yugolavia). It can also be called a weird curiosity due to a total lack of cinematical qualities. Acting, story, dialogue, atmosphere, everything is substandard. To be seen to be believed!

by Stanton