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'''Release Date:''' 7.11.1966
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*'''Release Date:''' 7.11.1966
 
== Also known as ==
 
== Also known as ==
10.000 dólares vivo o muerto (Spain) | Doc, manos de plata (Spain) |Doc, Hands of Steel (U.S.A.) | The Man with the Golden Gun (U.S.A.) | The Man Who Came to Kill (U.S.A.) | Der Mann, der kam, um zu töten (Germany) | Mad Mexican (The Netherlands) | Een colt voor McGregor (Belgium) | Un colt pour McGregor (France)| Mannen med den gyllene pistolen - hamnare for dollar (Sweden) | O anthropos me to hryso pistoli (Greece)
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10.000 dólares vivo o muerto (Spain) | Doc, manos de plata (Spain) | The Man Who Came to Kill (U.S.A.) | Doc, Hands of Steel (U.S.A.) | The Man with the Golden Gun (U.S.A.) | Der Mann, der kam, um zu töten (Germany) | Mad Mexican (The Netherlands) | Een colt voor McGregor (Belgium) | Un colt pour McGregor (France)| Mannen med den gyllene pistolen - hamnare for dollar (Sweden) | O anthropos me to hryso pistoli (Greece)
  
 
== Cast and crew ==
 
== Cast and crew ==
 
*'''Cast:''' Karl Möhner (as Carl Mohner)(Doc MacGregor/Doc Malvin/Larry Kitchener/Magic Hand), Luis Dávila (Slade/Slater Carroll), Gloria Milland (Norma O'Connor), Fernando Sancho (Pablo Reyes), Umberto Raho (Brogas), Óscar Pellicer, Irene Mir, Franco Balducci, Dario De Grassi, Juanita Espà­n, Pedro Gil, Daniela Igliozzi, Loris Loddi (Bob O'Connor), Evaristo Maran (as Evar Maran), Carlos Ronda  
 
*'''Cast:''' Karl Möhner (as Carl Mohner)(Doc MacGregor/Doc Malvin/Larry Kitchener/Magic Hand), Luis Dávila (Slade/Slater Carroll), Gloria Milland (Norma O'Connor), Fernando Sancho (Pablo Reyes), Umberto Raho (Brogas), Óscar Pellicer, Irene Mir, Franco Balducci, Dario De Grassi, Juanita Espà­n, Pedro Gil, Daniela Igliozzi, Loris Loddi (Bob O'Connor), Evaristo Maran (as Evar Maran), Carlos Ronda  
 
  
 
*'''Story:''' Miguel Cusso, Alfonso Balcazar
 
*'''Story:''' Miguel Cusso, Alfonso Balcazar
 
*'''Screenplay:''' Giovanni Simonelli, Alfonso Balcazar
 
*'''Screenplay:''' Giovanni Simonelli, Alfonso Balcazar
*'''Cinematography:''' Mario Capriotti, Stelvio Massi [Eastmancolor, Total Scope 2,35:1]
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*'''Cinematography:''' Mario Capriotti, Stelvio Massi [Eastmancolor - Total Scope 2,35:1]
 
*'''Music:''' [[:Category:Angelo Francesco Lavagnino|Angelo Francesco Lavagnino]]
 
*'''Music:''' [[:Category:Angelo Francesco Lavagnino|Angelo Francesco Lavagnino]]
 
*'''Song:''' "Golden Gun" sung by [[:Category:The Wilder Brothers|The Wilder Brothers]]
 
*'''Song:''' "Golden Gun" sung by [[:Category:The Wilder Brothers|The Wilder Brothers]]
*'''Producer:''' Carlos Bove, Roberto Palaggi
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*'''Producers:''' Carlos Bove, Roberto Palaggi
  
 
== Synopsis ==
 
== Synopsis ==
An alcoholic doctor who is being followed by a bounty hunter discovers the corpse of a gunman famous for his golden guns. The doctor assumes the other man's identity so he can hide behind it. He becomes an avenger and his pursuer, finding him a redeemed man, lets him go free.
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An alcoholic doctor who is being followed by a bounty hunter discovers the corpse of a gunman famous for his golden guns. The doctor assumes the other man's identity so he can hide behind it.
  
 
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[[Category:Giovanni Simonelli]]
 
 
[[Category:Franco Balducci]]
 
[[Category:Franco Balducci]]
 
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L'uomo dalla pistola d'oro (Spain, Italy 1966 / Director: Alfonso Balcázar)

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Contents:
  • Runtime:
  • Release Date: 7.11.1966

Also known as

10.000 dólares vivo o muerto (Spain) | Doc, manos de plata (Spain) | The Man Who Came to Kill (U.S.A.) | Doc, Hands of Steel (U.S.A.) | The Man with the Golden Gun (U.S.A.) | Der Mann, der kam, um zu töten (Germany) | Mad Mexican (The Netherlands) | Een colt voor McGregor (Belgium) | Un colt pour McGregor (France)| Mannen med den gyllene pistolen - hamnare for dollar (Sweden) | O anthropos me to hryso pistoli (Greece)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Karl Möhner (as Carl Mohner)(Doc MacGregor/Doc Malvin/Larry Kitchener/Magic Hand), Luis Dávila (Slade/Slater Carroll), Gloria Milland (Norma O'Connor), Fernando Sancho (Pablo Reyes), Umberto Raho (Brogas), Óscar Pellicer, Irene Mir, Franco Balducci, Dario De Grassi, Juanita Espà­n, Pedro Gil, Daniela Igliozzi, Loris Loddi (Bob O'Connor), Evaristo Maran (as Evar Maran), Carlos Ronda
  • Story: Miguel Cusso, Alfonso Balcazar
  • Screenplay: Giovanni Simonelli, Alfonso Balcazar
  • Cinematography: Mario Capriotti, Stelvio Massi [Eastmancolor - Total Scope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Angelo Francesco Lavagnino
  • Song: "Golden Gun" sung by The Wilder Brothers
  • Producers: Carlos Bove, Roberto Palaggi

Synopsis

An alcoholic doctor who is being followed by a bounty hunter discovers the corpse of a gunman famous for his golden guns. The doctor assumes the other man's identity so he can hide behind it.

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