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Revision as of 12:08, 5 February 2011

Tepepa (Italy, Spain 1968, Director: Giulio Petroni)

Tepepa Poster.jpg
  • Runtime: 136 min
  • Release Date: 31.1.1969

Also known as

Der Eliminator (Germany) | Durch die Hölle, Companeros (Germany) | Blood and Guns (U.S.A.) | Long Live the Revolution | Viva la revolucion (Spain) | Viva Tepepa! (Poland) | Tepepa, la rebelle tournamente (France) | Trois pour un massacre (France) | Hail to the Revolution

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Thomas Milian (Jesus Maria "Tepepa" Moran), John Steiner (Dr. Henry Price/Brice), Orson Welles (Colonel/General Cascorro), Luciano Casamonica (Paquito), Angel Ortiz, Anna Maria Lanciaprima (Maria Virgen Escalande), José Torres (Pedro "El Piojo" Pereira), Paloma Cela (Consuelo), George Wang (Mr. Chu), Giancarlo Badessi (sergeant), Francisco Sanz (as Paco Sanz)(Madera), Armando Casamonica, Clara Colosimo (sergeant's wife), Mario Daddi, Lina Franchi, Vittorio Gigli, Rafael Hernández (Pedro), Alba Majolini, Paola Natale, Alba Maiolini
  • Story: Ivan Della Mea
  • Screenplay: Ivan Della Mea, Franco Solinas, Giulio Petroni
  • Cinematography: Francisco Marí­n [Technicolor, Techniscope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Ennio Morricone
  • Song: "Al Messico che vorrei" sung by Christy
  • Producers: Alfredo Cuomo, Nicolo Pomilia


An English doctor saves a Mexican revolutionary leader (Tepepa) from the firing squad in order to exact personal revenge for the death of his fiance. But things are not so simple, as the revolutionary is a popular man with the masses and his version of events throws doubt as to his guilt in the matter. The doctor is not swayed but, as political hostilities are renewed, both men are engulfed in the increasing violence and find themselves pursued by the ruthless Colonel Carrosco who is determined to recapture Tepepa and make an example of him to the peons who see him as a hero.

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