Sie nannten ihn Gringo

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Sie nannten ihn Gringo (Spain, West Germany 1965 / Director: Roy Rowland)

EU-Fahne.jpg This is a Eurowestern
  • Release Date: 19.3.1965

Also known as

La ley del forastero (Spain) | The Man Called Gringo (U.S.A.) | Regresa un pistolero (Spain) | Jagt den Gringo zur Holle (Germany) | Lo sceriffo non paga il sabato (Italy) | Gringo Derler Adima (Turkey)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Götz George (Sheriff Mace Carson), Helmut Schmid (Ken Denton), Alexandra Stewart (Lucy), Daniel Martín (Gringo), Sieghardt Rupp (Reno), Silvia Solar (Kate Rowland), Pietro Tordi (as Peter Tordy)(Martin), Valentino Macchi, Hugo Pimentel, Julio César Semper, Hilario Flores, Franco Lantieri
  • Story: Francisco Gonzalez
  • Screenplay: Francisco Gonzalez, Clarke Reynolds, Helmut Harun
  • Cinematography: Manuel Merino (as Mel Merino) [Eastmancolor, Totalscope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Heinz Gietz, Piero Piccioni
  • Producer: Dr. Alfons Carcasona

Filming locations

  • Colmenar Viejo, Madrid, Spain
  • Manzanares el Real, Madrid, Spain


A scoundrel as sly as the devil... In the city of Silver Springs, caretaker Ken Denton, a wolf in sheep's clothes, is following his bad plans. He aims to ruin the old rancher Martin, who once killed his father, and then plans to take over the Freight Company. Denton appoints Martin's lost son Gringo as the leader of a gang and lets the sheriff get killed. By order of the Government, Mace should now settle things down...


In a time when less and less westerns were produced in the USA, Hollywood director Roy Rowland went to Europe to shoot this bold movie.

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