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Bullets Don't Argue (1964)

Le pistole non discutono (original title)
On his own wedding day, sheriff Pat Garrett must leave and try to arrest two bank robbers.

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(as Fred Wilson, Manfred Riegert, Mike Perkins)

Writers:

(screenplay) (as Franz Wieland, Franz Waller), (screenplay) (as Daniel Mooch, Donald Mooch) | 1 more credit »
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Credited cast:
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George Clanton (as Angel Aranda)
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Mimmo Palmara ...
Santero (as Dick Palmer)
Hans Nielsen ...
Rev. Alvarez
Andrea Aureli ...
Manuel (as Andrew Ray)
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Agnes Goddard
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Helen (as Kay Fischer)
Tito García ...
Miguel (as Paul Smith)
Eulalia Tenorio ...
(as Laly Tenory)
Luis Durán ...
Mike Goddard
Giulia Rubini ...
Martha Coogan (as Judy Robbins)
Joe Kamel ...
Capt. MacKay
José Manuel Martín ...
Ramon (as Joseph Martin)
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Manuel Arbó ...
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On his own wedding day, sheriff Pat Garrett must leave and try to arrest two bank robbers.

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23 October 1964 (West Germany)  »

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Bullets Don't Argue  »

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1.85 : 1
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Performed by Peter Tevis
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Italian western imitating American style
21 December 2010 | by (Sardinia) – See all my reviews

This film is a ripping off of American westerns. When I say ripping off I don't mean it is a poor film. It has the typical western elements: sheriffs and bandits. The role of the characters is well defined and at the end of the story the good will triumph on bad. Many films-loving people didn't understand why this film hadn't had success in Italy. First of all it was played by unknown actors, at least in Italy. Moreover, westerns were getting to be on the wane from 1965. But the main reason is that Italians were bored about classic westerns ("the stagecoach", "Rio Grande", "Cimarron", "saddle the wind" etc) they preferred action, shootings and a bit of violence. So the film "a fistful of dollars" released a few weeks later was a great success because it started a new era of making westerns as Italians preferred.

This was one of the first westerns to have false names of director and actors so as to make it seem like an American film. Probably it was shot without recording the audio even if many actors spoke English. It was released in Italian and in English both dubbed. Rod Cameron dubbed himself.


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