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Revision as of 21:11, 20 January 2016

Uccidi o muori (Italy 1966 / Director: Tanio Boccia)

  • Runtime: 94 min
  • Release Date: 1.11.1966

Also known as

Für eine Handvoll Blei (Germany) | Nur einer kam durch | Ringo, draeb eller do! (Denmark) | L'uomo che ussise Ringo (Italy) | Ringo contre Johnny Colt (France) | Ringo - döda eller dödas (Sweden) | Kill or Be Killed (U.S.A.) | Matar para não morrer (Portugal) | Uma Bala para Ringo (Brazil) | Kill or Die | Ringo Against Johnny Colt | God Holds the Bullet

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Rod Dana (as Robert Mark)(Jerry/Johnny Colt), Elina De Witt (Linda/Lisa Drummond), Fabrizio Moroni (Spott Griffith), Andrea Bosic (sheriff), Alberto Farnese (as Albert Farley)(Chester Griffith), Furio Meniconi (as Men Fury)(Jonathan Griffith), Gordon Mitchell (Baltimore Joe/Ringo), Beniamino Maggio (as Benjamin May)(Petrack), Tony Rogers (Steve Drummand), Renato Terra (doctor), Amerigo Anton, Mary Land, Remo Capitani, Mara Carisi, Antonio Fidoni (as Antonio Fidone), Pietro Fumelli, Giovanni Ivan Scratuglia (as Ivan Giovanni Scratuglia), Stelio Tanzini
  • Story: Mario Amendola
  • Screenplay: Mario Amendola
  • Cinematography: Aldo Giordani [Technicolor - Techniscope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Carlo Rustichelli
  • Song: "I Must Go" sung by Cifiello
  • Producer: Luigi Rovere


A violin-playing gunslinger accidently gets caught in a feud between two families. One of them forces him into a showdown and he kills him. He then must escape from the wrathful family and is accused wrongly for killing 2 deputies. He is saved by an old man, who helps him to get revenge and to prevent the girl he loves from marrying a murderer.


Tanio Boccia's first SW tells a simple story, which follows the patterns of an American B-Western, but was made clearly in the Italian style. A good production design and some good action scenes help to turn the limited stuff into an solidly entertaining SW.

by Stanton


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