Sette pistole per i MacGregor

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Sette pistole per i MacGregor (Italy, Spain 1966 / Director: Franco Giraldi [as Frank Grafield])

  • Runtime: 96 min
  • Release Date: 2.2.1966

Also known as

Seven Guns for the MacGregors (U.S.A./U.K.) | Siete pistolas para los McGregor (Spain) | Die Sieben Pistolen des MacGregor (Germany) | 7 ecossais du Texas (France) | Sete pistolas par os MacGregors (Portugal) | MacGregorlar Icin Yedi Silah (Turkey) | 7 Schotten in Texas (Belgium) | Zeven pistolen voor de MacGregors (Netherlands)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Robert Woods (Gregor MacGregor), Fernando Sancho (Miguel), Agata Flori [as Agatha Flory](Rosita Carson), Leo Anchoriz (Santillana), Manolo Zarzo (David MacGregor), Perla Cristal (Perla), Nazzareno Zamperla [as Nick Anderson](Peter MacGregor), Paolo Magalotti [as Paul Carter](Kenneth MacGregor), Alberto Dell'Acqua [as Albert Waterman](Dick MacGregor), Julio Perez Tabernero (Mark MacGregor), Saturno Cerra [as Saturnino Cerra](Johnny MacGregor), George Rigaud (Alastair MacGregor), Francisco Tensi [as Harry Cotton](Harold MacGregor), Anna Maria Noé (Mamie MacGregor), Margaret Horowitz (Annie MacGregor), Chris Huerta (Crawford), Antonio Molino Rojo (Sheriff John F. Mason), Rafael Bardem (Judge Garland)
  • Also with: Victor Israel (piano player), Antonio Iranzo (Santillana bandit), Guillermo Mendez (Santillana henchman), Manuel Bermudez (Santillana henchman), José Riesgo (Las Mesas deputy), José Luis Lluch (Santillana bandit), Antonio Padilla (Santillana bandit), Rafael Hernandez (Las Mesas barman), Leonardo Scavino (bank manager), Joaquin Parra (Santillana bandit), Nazzareno Natale (Santillana bandit), Antonio Orengo (Las Mesas horse seller), Xas das Bolas (cantina barman), Ángel Menéndez (murdered horse seller), Jesus Puente (Santillana henchman), Massimo Righi (as Max Dean)
  • Story: David Moreno
  • Screenplay: Fernando di Leo (Fernd Lion), Vincenzo Dell'Aquila (as Vincent Eagle), David Moreno, Duccio Tessari
  • Cinematography: Alejandro Ulloa (Technicolor, Techniscope 2,35:1)
  • Music: Ennio Morricone
  • Song: "March of the MacGregors" sung by I Cantori Moderni di Alessandroni
  • Producer: Dario Sabatello (as Ted O'Darsa)

Synopsis

The MacGregors are a hard-working, hard-playing, whisky-drinking Scottish clan--with seven sons--that own a horse ranch near the border of Texas and Mexico. When it comes time to sell some of their stock, the eldest son, Gregor, leads his brothers and a herd of horses to the town of Las Mesas, where they expect to get a good price for their livestock. But, what they find in Las Mesas is a crooked horse-trader who is in league with a corrupt sheriff both of whom have strong ties to the vicious bandit chief Santillana. The horse-dealer offers the MacGregors a paltry sum for their animals and tries to force them to take his deal. This triggers a brawl for which the MacGregors end up in jail. The boys manage a successful jailbreak only to discover that their horses have been stolen by the crooked dealer and Santillana. Gregor decides something must be done to break the power of this oppressive, corrupt, outlaw regime as well as get their horses back.

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