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'''Contents:'''
 
'''Contents:'''
 
* [[/DVD|Available DVDs]]
 
* [[/DVD|Available DVDs]]
* [[/BluRay|Blu-ray]]
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* [[/BluRay|Available BluRays]]
 
* [[/OST|Soundtrack]]
 
* [[/OST|Soundtrack]]
 
* [[/Pictures|Pictures]]
 
* [[/Pictures|Pictures]]
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* [[/Trailers&Clips|Trailers & Clips]]
 
* [[Killer Adios Review|Film Review]]
 
* [[Killer Adios Review|Film Review]]
* [http://www.spaghetti-western.net/forum/index.php/topic,1674.0.html Forum topic]
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* [https://forum.spaghetti-western.net/t/killer-adios-primo-zeglio-1968/1474 Forum topic]
 
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*'''Runtime:''' 99 min
 
*'''Runtime:''' 99 min
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==Cast and crew==
 
==Cast and crew==
*'''Cast:''' Peter Lee Lawrence (Jess Bryan/Vrain), Marisa Solinas (Sheila Simpson), Eduardo Fajardo (Sam Ringold), Armando Calvo (Bill Bragg), Rosalba Neri (as Sara Bay)(Fannie Endes), Miguel Del Castillo (undertaker), Nello Pazzafini (Sam/Jack Bradshaw), Paola Barbara (Rose Bragg, Bill's sister), José Jaspe (Bob Elliott), Luis Induni (Sheriff Clint Simpson), Victor Israel (Dixon), Luis Barboo (townsman), Jaime Blanch, Richard Laver
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*'''Cast:''' Peter Lee Lawrence (Jess Bryan/Vrain), Marisa Solinas (Sheila Simpson), Armando Calvo (Bill Bragg), Rosalba Neri (as Sara Bay)(Fannie Hand), Nello Pazzafini (Sam/Jack Bradshaw), Luis Induni (Sheriff Clint Simpson), Victor Israel (Dixon), Eduardo Fajardo (Sam Ringold), José Jaspe (Bob Elliott), Richard Laver, Jaime Blanch, Miguel Del Castillo (undertaker), Paola Barbara (Rose Bragg, Bill's sister), Antonio Moreno (singing jailbird), Fabián Conde (Mexican w/donkey), José Canalejas (false Ringold cowboy), Rafael Albaicín (unsuccessful assassin), Julio Infiesta (bartender), Eduardo Coutelenq, Joaquin Parra (fake Ringold gunman)
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*Also with: Luis Barboo (townsman), Gonzalo Esquiroz (townsman), Agustín Bescos (hotel guest)
  
 
*'''Story:''' Mario Amendola, José Mallorqui
 
*'''Story:''' Mario Amendola, José Mallorqui
 
*'''Screenplay:''' Mario Amendola, José Mallorqui, Primo Zeglio
 
*'''Screenplay:''' Mario Amendola, José Mallorqui, Primo Zeglio
*'''Cinematography:''' Julio Ortas [Technicolor, Techniscope 2,35:1]
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*'''Cinematography:''' Julio Ortas [Technicolor - Techniscope 2,35:1]
 
*'''Music:''' [[:Category:Claudio Tallino|Claudio Tallino]]
 
*'''Music:''' [[:Category:Claudio Tallino|Claudio Tallino]]
 
*'''Song:''' “Killer Adios” sung by [[:Category:Maurizio Graf|Maurizio Graf]]
 
*'''Song:''' “Killer Adios” sung by [[:Category:Maurizio Graf|Maurizio Graf]]
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==Synopsis==
 
==Synopsis==
Jess Vrain returns to town at the request of a former friend to find that everything has changed. Not only has his ex-girlfriend become a refined lady but someone is killing people with the only clue being a rare Winchester rifle.
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Jess Bryan returns to town at the request of a former friend to find that everything has changed. Not only has his ex-girlfriend become a refined lady but someone is killing people with the only clue being a rare Winchester rifle.
  
 
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[[Category:1968]][[Category:Italy]][[Category:Spain]]
 
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[[Category:Primo Zeglio]][[Category:Julio Ortas]][[Category:Claudio Tallino]]
[[Category:Peter Lee Lawrence]]
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[[Category:Peter Lee Lawrence]][[Category:Eduardo Fajardo]][[Category:Armando Calvo]][[Category:Nello Pazzafini]][[Category:Rosalba Neri]][[Category:José Jaspe]][[Category:Luis Induni]][[Category:Luis Barboo]][[Category:Víctor Israel]][[Category:Paola Barbara]][[Category:Miguel Del Castillo]][[Category:Rafael Albaicín]]
[[Category:Nello Pazzafini]]
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[[Category:Maurizio Graf]]
[[Category:Rosalba Neri]][[Category:José Jaspe]]
 
[[Category:Luis Induni]]
 
[[Category:Luis Barboo]]
 
[[Category:Julio Ortas]]
 
[[Category:Víctor Israel]]
 
[[Category:Paola Barbara]]
 
[[Category:Miguel Del Castillo]]
 
[[Category:Mario Amendola]][[Category:Maurizio Graf]]
 
 
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Latest revision as of 22:58, 10 August 2017

Winchester, uno entre mil (Italy, Spain 1968 / Director: Primo Zeglio)

  • Runtime: 99 min
  • Release Date: 8.2.1968

Also known as

Killer Adios (U.S.A.) | Killer, adios (Italy) | Uma arma entre mil (Portugal) | Qui a tué Fanny Hand? (France) | Apohairetismos sta colt (Greece) | Winchester, uno entre mil (Spain) | Killer, adios (Sweden) | Killer Goodbye | Winchester Justice | Winchester One of One Thousand

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Peter Lee Lawrence (Jess Bryan/Vrain), Marisa Solinas (Sheila Simpson), Armando Calvo (Bill Bragg), Rosalba Neri (as Sara Bay)(Fannie Hand), Nello Pazzafini (Sam/Jack Bradshaw), Luis Induni (Sheriff Clint Simpson), Victor Israel (Dixon), Eduardo Fajardo (Sam Ringold), José Jaspe (Bob Elliott), Richard Laver, Jaime Blanch, Miguel Del Castillo (undertaker), Paola Barbara (Rose Bragg, Bill's sister), Antonio Moreno (singing jailbird), Fabián Conde (Mexican w/donkey), José Canalejas (false Ringold cowboy), Rafael Albaicín (unsuccessful assassin), Julio Infiesta (bartender), Eduardo Coutelenq, Joaquin Parra (fake Ringold gunman)
  • Also with: Luis Barboo (townsman), Gonzalo Esquiroz (townsman), Agustín Bescos (hotel guest)
  • Story: Mario Amendola, José Mallorqui
  • Screenplay: Mario Amendola, José Mallorqui, Primo Zeglio
  • Cinematography: Julio Ortas [Technicolor - Techniscope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Claudio Tallino
  • Song: “Killer Adios” sung by Maurizio Graf
  • Producer: Bruno Turchetto

Synopsis

Jess Bryan returns to town at the request of a former friend to find that everything has changed. Not only has his ex-girlfriend become a refined lady but someone is killing people with the only clue being a rare Winchester rifle.

Links

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