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Run, Man, Run (1968)
"Corri uomo corri" (original title)

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Several competing groups and mavericks (including the lead character Cuchillo) are hunting a gold treasure of $3,000,000. The gold was reserved for the Mexican revolution.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Donald O'Brien ...
Nathaniel Cassidy (as Donal O'Brien)
Penny Bannington
Marco Guglielmi ...
Colonel Michel Sévigny
José Torres ...
Luciano Rossi ...
Jean-Paul (as Edward Ross)
Nello Pazzafini ...
Gianni Rizzo ...
The Mayor
Dante Maggio ...
Mateos Gonzalez (as Dan May)
Umberto Di Grazia
Noé Murayama ...
Attilio Dottesio ...
Manuel Etchevaria
Federico Boido ...
Steve Wilkins


Several competing groups and mavericks (including the lead character Cuchillo) are hunting a gold treasure of $3,000,000. The gold was reserved for the Mexican revolution.

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29 August 1968 (Italy)  »

Also Known As:

Big Gundown 2: Run, Man, Run  »

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Director Sergio Sollima said on the DVD extras of the movie that it was in fact Ennio Morricone that scored the music for the film. Sergio Sollima said Morricone's conductor Bruno Nicolai got the credit probably because Morricone was tied up at another studio at the time and didn't want any trouble. See more »


Follows The Big Gundown (1966) See more »

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Final installment from ¨Cuchillo trilogy¨ and again a magnificent Tomas Milian
17 January 2008 | by See all my reviews

This sequel is the third part from ¨Sergio Sollima trilogy¨ , starred by Tomas Milian , as roguish Cuchillo and formed by ¨Big gundown¨, ¨Face to face¨ and this one . Now as absolute starring , Tomas Milian supported by Donald O'Brien in similar role to Lee Van Cleef from ¨Big gundown¨ . It's set during early Mexican revolution with Porfirio Diaz governing , approximately in 1910s . The McGuffin is a hidden treasure by Benito Juarez beyond frontier . The revolutionaries aren't Pancho Villa or Emilio Zapata , but is an imaginary Santillana , well performed by John Ireland in a brief acting . The Cuban Tomas Milian, as usual, puts faces, grimaces, crying and overacting , but he plays splendidly . Enjoyable appearance by also Cuban , the gorgeous Chelo Alonso, usual of Peplum and Western : ¨The good, the bad and the ugly¨. Furthermore, there appears Italian Western usual secondaries as Jose Torres , Gianni Rizzo, Luciano Rossi and Rick Boyd.

This Zapata-Western is inferior than previous entries but displays stirring adventures , shootouts, riding pursuits and is pretty amusing . Sensitive musical score by Bruno Nicolai , replacing the great Ennio Morricone , former films composer . Colorful and evocative cinematography by Mancori , showing marvelously the habitual Almeria (Spain) outdoors. The picture was well directed by Sergio Sollima that would be his last Western and following directing successes such as ¨Sandokan¨.

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