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*'''Story:''' Corrado Pataro
 
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*'''Screenplay:''' Nino Masson, Edoardo Mulargia (as Edward G. Muller)
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*'''Screenplay:''' Edoardo Mulargia (as Edward G. Muller), Nino Massara (as Nino Masson)
 
*'''Cinematography:''' Franco Villa (Telecolor, Cinemascope 2,35:1)
 
*'''Cinematography:''' Franco Villa (Telecolor, Cinemascope 2,35:1)
 
*'''Music:''' Marcello Gigante
 
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== Synopsis ==
 
== Synopsis ==
Fernando returns home from his self choosen exile in Texas to get revenge for the death of his siblings. Instead he tries to start a revolution against the despotism of the landowners, but his relationship to his old friend Cipriano, who had turned in the meantime to a simple bandit, destroys his plans.
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Fernando returns home from his self chosen exile in Texas to get revenge for the death of his siblings. Instead he tries to start a revolution against the despotism of the landowners, but his relationship to his old friend Cipriano, who had turned in the meantime to a simple bandit, destroys his plans.
  
 
== Links ==
 
== Links ==

Revision as of 08:37, 11 November 2012

Prega Dio... e scavati la fossa (Italy 1968, Director: Edoardo Mulargia)

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More on this film:
  • Runtime: 86 min
  • Release Date: 14.3.1968

Also known as

Pray to God and Dig Your Grave (U.S.A.) | Gringo, scavati la fossa (Italy) | Gringo preparati la fossa (Italy) | Ærens blodige vei (Norway) | Prie et creuse ta tombe (France) | Tåber dør (Denmark) | Say Your Prayers and Dig Your Grave

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Robert Woods (Tomajo/Fernando Calmayo), Jeff Cameron (Cipriano), Cristina Penz (Consuelo), Calisto Calisti (as Anthony Stevens)(Don Enrique), Lea Nanni (Maria Carmen), Fabian Cevallos, Vito Cipolla, Celso Faria (Ignazio), Carlo Gaddi (Don Enrique's henchman), Fedele Gentile, Paco Hermandariz (Paco), Rino Sentieri (as William Reed), Demofilo Fidani (landowner), Simone Blondell (Don Enrique's maid), Carmelo Artale (Mammacita), Tommy Roy, Fabian Cevallos, Ivan Scratuglia, Paolo Figlia, Selvaggia
  • Story: Corrado Pataro
  • Screenplay: Edoardo Mulargia (as Edward G. Muller), Nino Massara (as Nino Masson)
  • Cinematography: Franco Villa (Telecolor, Cinemascope 2,35:1)
  • Music: Marcello Gigante
  • Producers: Demofilo Fidani, Corrado Pataro

Synopsis

Fernando returns home from his self chosen exile in Texas to get revenge for the death of his siblings. Instead he tries to start a revolution against the despotism of the landowners, but his relationship to his old friend Cipriano, who had turned in the meantime to a simple bandit, destroys his plans.

Links

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