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The Specialist (1969 film)

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Gli specialisti
Gli specialisti.jpg
Directed by Sergio Corbucci
Produced by Attilio Ricci
Edmond Ténoudji
Screenplay by Sergio Corbucci
Sabatino Ciuffini
Story by Sergio Corbucci
Sabatino Ciuffini
Lee Van Cleef[1]
Starring Johnny Hallyday
Gastone Moschin
Françoise Fabian
Sylvie Fennec
Serge Marquand
Angela Luce
Mario Adorf
Music by Angelo Francesco Lavagnino
Cinematography Dario Di Palma
Edited by Elsa Armanni
Les Films Marceau
Adelphia Compagnia Cinematografica
Neue Emelka
Distributed by Magna (Italy)
Cocinor (France)
Release date
26 November 1969
Running time
104 minutes
Country France
West Germany
Language French
Box office $9,391,297[2]

The Specialist (Italian: Gli specialisti), also known as Specialists and Drop Them or I'll Shoot,[3] is a 1969 Italian Spaghetti Western co-written and directed by Sergio Corbucci. It was co-produced with West Germany and France[3] and was released in France under the title Le spécialiste and in Germany with the title Fahrt zur Hölle, ihr Halunken. The title is probably intended to partner the previous Corbucci western, The Mercenary.[4]


A single stranger named Hud comes to Blackstone, a town where his brother had been falsely accused of robbing a bank. Hud he is determined to avenge his brother, who has been hanged without a proper court hearing. Finally Hud finds out it was one of the town's most dignified citizens who really robbed the bank. That puts him in great danger.


  • Johnny Hallyday as Hud Dixon
  • Gastone Moschin as Sheriff Gedeon
  • Françoise Fabian as Virginia Pollicut
  • Mario Adorf as El Diablo
  • Sylvie Fennec as Sheba
  • Angela Luce as Valencia
  • Serge Marquand as Boot
  • Gino Pernice as Cabot
  • Mario Castellani as Judge Ham
  • Remo De Angelis as Romero
  • Stefano Cattarossi as Kit
  • Renato Pinciroli as Lord
  • Lucio Rosato as Deputy Sheriff
  • Andrés José Cruz Soublette (as Andres José Cruz) as Rosencrantz
  • Riccardo Domenici (as Riccardo Domienici) as Mac Lane
  • Gabriella Tavernese as Apache
  • Mimmo Poli as Barman
  • Christian Belegue (as Christian Belaygue) as Buddy
  • Franco Castellani as Woodie
  • Brizio Montinaro (as Montinaro Brizio) as Charlie Dixon
  • Franco Marletta as Bill


  1. ^ Marco Giusti, Dizionario del western all'italiana, 1st ed. Milan, Mondadori, August 2007. ISBN 978-88-04-57277-0.
  2. ^ JP. "Gli specialisti (1970)- JPBox-Office". Retrieved 9 December 2014. 
  3. ^ a b Alex Cox. 10,000 Ways to Die: A Director's Take on the Spaghetti Western. Oldcastle Books. pp. 267–268. 
  4. ^ Antonio Bruschini (1998). Western all'italiana: The specialists. Glittering images. ISBN 88-8275-034-5. 

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