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Vendetta è un piatto che si serve freddo, La

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La vendetta è un piatto che si serve freddo (Italy 1971 / Director: Pasquale Squitieri)

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  • Runtime: 97 min
  • Release Date: 13.8.1971

Also known as

Drei Amen für den Satan (Germany) | Vengeance Is a Dish Served Cold | Death's Dealer (U.S.A.) | Three Amens for Satan (U.S.A.) | Vengeance Is a Dish Eaten Cold (U.S.A.) | Vengeance Trail (U.S.A.) | Ammu ensin - enkelit maksakoot (Finland) | Les vengeance est un plat qui se mange froid (France) | Furia Selvagem (Portugal) | La venganza espero 10 anos (Spain) | Hamndens blodiga spar (Seden) | Med Hamnden i Halarna (Sweden) | Trilha da Vingança (Brazil)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Leonard Mann (Jeremiah/Jim Bridger), Ivan Rassimov (Judge Perkins), Klaus Kinski (Virgil Prescott), Elizabeth Eversfield (Tuniah/Tena/Tune), Steffen Zacharias (Doc), Salvatore Billa, Teodoro Corrà, Giorgio Dolfin, Enzo Fiermonte (George Bridger), Isabella Guidotti, Stefano Oppedisano, Gianfranco Tamborra, Pietro Torrisi, Yotanka
  • Story: Pasquale Squitieri (as William Redford)
  • Screenplay: Monica Venturini (Monica Felt), Pasquale Squitieri (as William Redford)
  • Cinematography: Angelo Lotti [Technicolor, Techniscope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Piero Umiliani
  • Song: "Ballata dei capelli gialli" sung by Monica Miguel
  • Producer: Solly V. Bianco


As a child Jeremiah witnesses the massacre of his parents and little sister by whites dressed as Indians. As an adult he has grown into a hate-filled Indian killer who sells their scalps. When he captures a beautiful Indian girl he is forced by and by to learn the truth.


SWs with Indians often look a bit ridiculous and Vengeance Is a Dish Served Cold (which is the original title) is unfortunately, with the costumes and cliched dialogue for the Indians, not really an exception. The quite interesting story about a man who hates the wrong people for the wrong reasons gives Leonard Mann the chance to portray just another one of his suffering and disoriented heroes. But director Squitieri doesn't have much luck trying to give the ambitious plot also an ambitious style.

by Stanton