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Perché uccidi ancora?

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Perché uccidi ancora? (Italy, Spain 1965 / Directors: Jose Antonio de la Loma, Edoardo Mulargia (uncredited))

  • Runtime: 89 min
  • Release Date: 4.12.1965

Also known as

¿Por qué seguir matando? (Spain) | Creuse ta fosse, j'aurai ta peau (France) | Jetzt sprechen die Pistolen (Germany) | Blood at Sundown | Blue Summer | Stop the Slayings | Why Go on Killing? | Fermati McGregor, perchè uccidi ancora? (Italy, early '70s re-release) | Só Contra Todos (Brazil) | 嵐を呼ぶプロファイター Arashi wo yobu pro fighter(Japan)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Antonio De Teffé [as Anthony Steffen](Steven McDougall), Ida Galli [as Evelyn Stewart](Judy McDougall), José Calvo [as Pepe Calvo](Lopez), Aldo Berti [as Richard McMoore](Gringo), Gemma Cuervo [as Jennifer Crowe](Pilar Lopez), Hugo Blanco (Manuel Lopez), Franco Pesce [as Frank Campbell](Sam, undertaker), Stelio Candelli [as Stanley Kent] (Lieutenant), Franco Latini (Jose, undertaker's helper), Ignazio Spalla [as Juan Sanchez](Rojo), Armando Guarnieri (Andy & Donald McDougall), José Torres (Gringo henchman), Lino Desmond (Gringo's brother), Giovanni Ivan Scratuglia [as Ivan Giovanni Scratuglia], Nino Musco (John, bartender), Aysanoa Runachagua (Gringo henchman), Luis Induni, Frank Oliveras (Gringo henchman), Manuel Quintana, Carlos Hurtado, Ignazio Leone, Willi Colombini
  • Story: Vincenzo Musolino
  • Screenplay: Vincenzo Musolino, Edoardo Mulargia
  • Cinematography: Vitaliano Natalucci (Technicolor - Techniscope 2,35:1)
  • Music: Felice Di Stefano
  • Producer: Vincenzo Musolino


A young deserter from the army returns to the place where his father has been killed by a family of Mexican landowners. The task is not easy as he is alone in his efforts to avenge his father's death.


Well enough made early SW with a simple revenge story and an interesting score, which was most likely directed (without getting the credit) by Edoardo Mulargia, in which case it was his SW debut. It was also the first starring role in a SW for Anthony Steffen, who then became after this initial success despite some acting limitations one of the most prolific B-stars of the genre, with a total of 24 leads from 1965 to 1972.

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