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Seven Pistols for a Gringo

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Seven Pistols for a Gringo
Film poster for Seven Pistols for a Gringo, 1966.jpg
SpanishRío maldito
Directed byJuan Xiol Marchal
Written by
Screenplay byAlberto Colucci
Story byPeter Kenn
Starring
CinematographyJulio Pérez de Rozas
Edited byMaricel Bautista
Music byEnrique Escobar
Production
companies
  • Cinematografica Associati
  • I.F.I. España S.A.
Distributed by
  • Paradise Film Exchange
  • Sánchez Ramade
Release date
  • July 23, 1966 (1966-07-23) (Italy)
  • November 11, 1966 (1966-11-11) (Madrid)
Running time
85 min

Seven Pistols for a Gringo (Spanish: Río maldito or Siete pistolas para un gringo) is a 1966 Spanish/Italian western film[1][2] directed by Juan Xiol Marchal.[3] It was written by Alberto Colucci, Ignacio Iquino and Roberto Bianchi Montero,[4] and scored by Enrique Escobar. It stars Gerard Landry, Don Harrison, Fernando Rubio, Alberto Farnese, Alberto Gadea, Juan Manuel Simón, César Ojinaga and Gustavo Re.[5]

Cast

References

  1. ^ Coma, Àngel (1 January 2003). Ignacio F. Iquino, Hombre de Cine. Laertes editorial, S.A. p. 1195. ISBN 9788475844848.
  2. ^ Parish, James Robert; Canham, Kingsley (1 June 1976). Film directors guide--Western Europe. Scarecrow Press. p. 187. ISBN 9780810809086.
  3. ^ Cebollada, Pascual; Rubio Gil, Luis (1996). Enciclopedia del cine español: cronología. Ediciones del Serbal. p. 1968. ISBN 9788476281703.
  4. ^ Weisser, Thomas (11 March 2014). Spaghetti Westerns—the Good, the Bad and the Violent: A Comprehensive, Illustrated Filmography of 558 Eurowesterns and Their Personnel, 1961–1977. McFarland Publishing. ISBN 9781476611693.
  5. ^ Comas, Àngel (2005). Diccionari de llargmetratges: el cinema a Catalunya durant la Segona República, la Guerra Civil i el franquisme (1930-1975). Cossetània Edicions. p. 226. ISBN 9788497910965.

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