Quanto costa morire

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Quanto costa morire (Italy, France 1968 / Director: Sergio Merolle)

  • Runtime: 92 min
  • Release Date: 14.9.1968

Also known as

Les colts brillent au soleil (France) | Le prix de la mort (France) | Le pistole non servono (Italy) | Taste of Death (U.S.A.) | Cost of Dying (U.S.A.) | Cuanto Cuesta Morir (Spain) | El precio de la muerte (Spain) [video title] | Kar yollari kapadi (Turkey) | De colts schitteren in de zon (Belgium) | Den tha meini kaneis zontanos (Greece) | Meu Revolver é Minha Lei (Brazil)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Andrea Giordana (Tony), John Ireland (Dan El / Ralph), Raymond Pellegrin (Sheriff Bill Ransom), Betsy Bell (Gladys), Bruno Corazzari (Scaife / Skede), Giovanni Petrucci (young villager), Mireille Granelli (Scaife's village girl), Claudio Scarchilli (Robin, Scaife bandit), Fulvio Pellegrino (Mark), Giuseppe Altamura (Scaife lieutenant), Sergio Scarchilli (Keith, bandit in tent), Ruggero Chessa
  • Story: Biagio Proietti
  • Screenplay: Biagio Proietti
  • Cinematography: Benito Frattari [Eastmancolor, Panoramico 1,66:1]
  • Music: Francesco De Masi
  • Song: "Who Is The Man?" sung by Raoul
  • Producer: Robert Dorfmann, Enzo Merolle


After a group of bandits terrorize his town, a boy finds courage to confront them. We open with the villainous Scaife gunning down some cowpokes and taking their cattle. Snow has fallen and Scaife and his gang are unable to drive the stolen cattle. The gang takes refuge in a small town. The town's sheriff, Ranson, knows what kind of men these are and tries to convince the townsfolk to run them out. Scaife proceeds to kill Ranson. Ranson's adopted son, Tony, now wants revenge and El, Scaife's gunsel, agrees to help him.--JONAH HEX 22:10, 7 November 2007 (CET)


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