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Quinto: non ammazzare (Italy, Spain 1969 / Director: León Klimovsky)

  • Runtime: 92 min
  • Release Date: 14.6.1969

Also known as

Quinto: Fighting Proud (English title) | El valor de un cobarde (Spain) | Blutige Dollar (German video title) | Quinto, töte nicht (German TV title) | Quinto: À ne pas tuer (France) | Skotone ta katharmata, min ta lypasai! (Greece) | Pankkirosvot (Finland) | The Bank Robbers (Sweden) | Thou Shalt not Kill (USA)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Giuseppe Cardillo [as Steven Tedd](Bill), Germán Cobos (Sucre), Sarah Ross (Kate), Alfonso Rojas (Blackie / Blake), Diana Sorel (Eliana), Joe Kamel (Al / Albert), Alfonso de la Vega (Hank), José Marco (Navajo), Roberto Camardiel (William, stationmaster), Raf Baldassarre (stagecoach guard), Charo Soriano (Jenny), José Luis Lluch (Jones), Juan Cortés (town official), Josefina Serratosa (Gladys), Ángel Menéndez (agent), Gonzalo Esquiroz (Vincent, bandit), José Luis Lizalde (waystation customer), Susanna Levi (rescued girl), Antonio Orengo, José Villasante (town official)
  • Story:Dino de Rugieriis, Manuel Martínez Remís
  • Screenplay: Manuel Martínez Remís, Dino de Rugieriis
  • Cinematography: Giuseppe La Torre [Eastmancolor - widescreen]
  • Music: Piero Umiliani
  • Song: "Quintana" sung by Peter Tevis
  • Producer: Rafael Marina Sorail


Several bandits, after robbing a bank, arrive at an inn in the desert where they kill or take all present captive. Their stolen wealth has disappeared and because they all were disguised in similar robes and hoods they are unsure who has the loot. The bandits begin to accuse each other of hiding the stolen money and soon the killing begins...


Besides the pseudonym of Joe Kamel being used by José Canalejas there was actually an actor by the name of Joe Kamel who appeared in several European westerns. Also there are two different actors Jose Marco and Jose Marco Davo.

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