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Il West ti va stretto, amico... è arrivato Alleluja (Italy, West Germany, France 1972 / Director: Giuliano Carnimeo [as Anthony Ascot])

  • Runtime: 97 min
  • Release Date: 30.8.1972

Also known as

El Oeste Te Va Estrecho Forastero (Spain) | Alléluia défie l'Ouest (France) | Le far west est trop petit pour toi, mon ami: Alleluja est arrivé (France) | Beichtet, Freunde, Halleluja kommt (Germany) | The Return of Halleluja (U.S.A.) | O regresso de Aleluia (Portugal) | Bati sana dar gelecek arkadas (Turkey) | Sartana Chegou para Matar (Brazil) | Westen er töff, Amigo! (Denmark)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: George Hilton (Johnny la Faina / Alleluja), Lincoln Tate (Archie), Agata Flori (Fleurette), Aldo Barberito (priest), Michael Hinz (Von Steffen), Peter Berling (Schultz), Roberto Camardiel (General Manuel Ramirez), Raymond Bussieres (Sam), Umberto D'Orsi (Phil Ferguson), Nello Pazzafini (Abel), Adriana Facchetti (lady on stage), Lars Bloch (Cain), Riccardo Garrone (Zagaya), Mara Krupp (Mary), Fortunato Arena (Sheriff Hall, with fish), Goffredo Unger (Laredo sheriff), Claudio Ruffini (Claude, Drake henchman), Attilio Dottesio (bartender), Alfred Thomas (Ferguson's servant), Pasquale Fasciano (Indian chief), Renato Baldini (General Miranda), Paolo Gozlino (Drake), Margherita Horowitz (church camp woman), Pietro Torrisi (Nuts), Paolo Magalotti (Drake henchman), Martial Bresson, Antonio Guerra, Gianni Pulone, Eleanora Morana, Annemarie Schuler, Maurice Poli, Renato Malavasi, Maria de Sisti
  • Story: Giovanni Simonelli
  • Screenplay: Tito Carpi, Giovanni Simonelli
  • Cinematography: Stelvio Massi [Eastmancolor - Cinamascope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Stelvio Cipriani
  • Producer: Dario Sabatello

Synopsis

Ramirez, the general of the Mexican revolution against Maximilian who has been appointed king of Mexico, organizes his forces to attack the king's General, Miranda. Ramirez realizes that the Aztec Indians would be allies of great value, so he offers to return to them an idol statue that has been stolen from them. Only Alleluja is capable of retrieving the idol from the thieves.

Opinion

Extremely ridiculous film, with funny-looking Austrians, poor music and low budget --Sebastian 21:10, 9 Sep 2005 (CEST)

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