Uomo, un cavallo, una pistola, Un

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Un uomo, un cavallo, una pistola (Italy, Germany 1967 / Director: Luigi Vanzi)

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  • Runtime: 95 min
  • Release Date: 17.8.1967

Also known as

The Stranger Returns (U.S.A.) | Ride bene chi spara ultimo (Italy) | Shoot First, Laugh Last (U.K.) | A Man, A Horse, A Gun | Western-Jack (Germany) | Skjuter först, skrattar sist (Sweden) | Un homme, un venait, pour tuer (France) | Un home, un cheval, un pistolet (France) | Un hombre, un caballo, una colt (Spain) | Son soz silahindir (Turkey) | Um Homem, Um Cavalo, Uma Pistola (Brazil) | Oi dyo simademenoi (Greece) | Oi skliroi tis Dysis (Greece) | Blutiger Dollar (The Netherlands) | Powrót nieznajomego (Poland)


Tony Anthony (The Stranger), Dan Vadis (En Plein), Daniele Vargas (Good Jim), Marco Guglielmi (Prophet/Preacher), Jill Banner (Caroline), Marina Berti (Ethel), Raf Baldassarre (Chrysler), Mario Novelli (Austin), Ettore Manni (Lieutenant Stafford), Giuseppe Addobbati (Donald Stanley), Mario Novelli (as Anthony Freeman)(Austin), Fortunato Arena (En Plein henchman), Silvana Bacci (Mexican girl), William Conroy (En Plein henchman), Arturo Danesi, Antonio Danesi, Mario Dionisi, Silvana Catenacci, Renato Mambor (Alvarez), Filippo Antonelli, Arnaldo Mangolini, Fred Coplan, Franco Scala, Roberto Chiappa, Silvana Fiorini (Mrs. Stanley), Asaynoa Runachagua (Mexican husband), Mario Castrichelli, Bruno Arié, Luciano Catenacci


  • Story: Tony Anthony
  • Screenplay: Bob Ensescalle, Giuseppe Mangione (as José Mang)
  • Cinematography: Marcello Masciocchi [Metrocolor - Widescreen 1,78:1]
  • Music: Stelvio Cipriani
  • Producer: Massimo Gualdi, Roberto Infascelli


The Stranger happens across a murdered postal inspector and a gang of bandits set on a prize of stolen gold which should be transported in a stagecoach. The Stranger, a sharpshooter named En plein and a treacherous postal agent try to get their hands on the gold.


The second Stranger film varies the given formula with a slightly bigger budget. After A Stranger in Town had become a surprise success in the USA, Director Vanzi and his star Tony Anthony had no problem to again create an enjoyable story of greed, double cross and violence presented with odd humour and taciturn dialogues. A well made sequel which reprises all the qualities of the original.

by Stanton


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