An eccentric inventor shows up in a wide-open frontier town with a mechanical robot he says he can turn into a gunslinger to help clean up the town.

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(as Luciano Lelli), (as Stanley Prager)

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(screenplay) (as José Luis de las Bayonas), (story) (as José Luis de las Bayonas) | 2 more credits »
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Bear Bullock
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Gwenda Skaggel
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Meriweather P. Newberry
Riccardo Garrone ...
Killer Kossock
Dyanik Zurakowska ...
Betsy Skaggel (as Dianik)
Luciano Bonanni ...
The barber
José María Caffarel ...
Mayor Skaggel
Eugenio Galadini ...
Old Man
Giustino Durano ...
Hotchkiss
Renato Chiantoni ...
Hotel Clerk
Nazzareno Natale ...
Leather Worker (as Natale Nazzareno)
Pino Ferrara ...
Sheriff Jake (as Pino Ferrari)
Ennio Antonelli ...
Councilman
Mimmo Poli ...
Bartender
Mario Danieli ...
(as Mario Dani)
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An eccentric inventor shows up in a wide-open frontier town with a mechanical robot he says he can turn into a gunslinger to help clean up the town.

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Adventure | Western

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19 November 1967 (Italy)  »

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Bang Bang Kid  »

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Actor Tom Bosley had worked with The Bang Bang Kids's director Stanley Prager on Car 54, Where Are You?: The Star Boarder (1963). See more »

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Featured in Dusk to Dawn Drive-In Trash-o-Rama Show Vol. 5 (1998) See more »

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A Spaghetti Westworld Comedy? Charming!
25 September 2001 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

Tom Bosley pulls off a surprisingly funny performance in this odd-ball Italian western tale. Some camp, a good-looking girl, a handsome guy and some baddies. Oh yes, an overweight robot Sheriff!

My favorite quote - "In the hands of a woman, even a broken machine can do better than a man."

See it for fun - you'll be afraid at first that it will become a bore-fest but it really is charming.


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