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Today We Kill, Tomorrow We Die! (1968)
"Oggi a me... domani a te!" (original title)

GP  -  Thriller | Western  -  June 1971 (USA)
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A man, released after a jail term for a crime he did not commit, raises a gang to go after the man who framed him.


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Complete credited cast:
Bill Kiowa (as Montgomery Ford)
Wayde Preston ...
Jeff Milton
Jeff Cameron ...
Franco Borelli ...
Bunny Fox (as Stanley Gordon)
Dana Ghia ...
Mirana Kiowa (as Diana Madigan)
Teodoro Corrà ...
Gun seller (as Doro Corra')
Aldo Marianecci ...
Michele Borelli ...
Prison Director
Umberto Di Grazia ...
Second in command
Franco Pechini ...
Prison director
Nazzareno Natale
William Berger ...
James Elfego


After five years in jail, Bill Kiowa is released and he hires four skilled men for his gang: the tough O'Bannion; the sheriff Jeff Milton; the gunman Bunny Fox; and the gambler Francis 'Colt' Moran, using the money his father gave to him. Bill seeks revenge against the sadistic leader of the Comancheros James Elfego, who killed his Indian wife Mirana Kiowa and framed Bill that was sent to prison. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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TODAY IT'S ME, TOMORROW IT'S YOU is an acceptable Western / vengeance with Bud Spencer as secondary
17 February 2009 | by See all my reviews

A man named Bill Kiowa(Brett Halsey) is falsely convicted for killing his spouse and is condemned to prison for several years. When he's released he seeks vendetta against the Comancheros's leader who killed brutally his sweetheart. He's named Bill and as his wife was a Native American, for that reason is named Bill Kiowa. He reunites a misfit band formed by four tough men, a corpulent hunk named O'Bannon(at one of his first Western, Bud Spencer), a gambler(William Berger: Sartana, Sabata), a gunslinger(Wayde Preston). Meanwhile the bandits led by Elfego(Tatsuya Nakadi, starring in Kagemusa, and Ran)rob a Well Fargo stagecoach. Elfego is a psycho, a sadistic wielding a machete killing cruelly his victims.

This Spaghetti packs goods moments with gunfire and fist-play and also the visual look is nice. Reminiscent of other films, except all those other movies are much better(Magnificent seven,Good, ugly and bad, fistful of dollars, among them). Good camera work by Sergio Dóffici tough is noted the Italian outdoors from the Lacio and shot in Elios Studios. I miss the classic barren landscapes from Almeria(Spain) where were filmed by hundred Western .Cool musical score by Angelo Francisco Lavagnino, Peplum's usual. Weak performance by Brett Halsey, he was a B American actor who starred numerous Spaghetti(Kill Johnny Ringo,Wrath of God,Roy Colt and Winchester Jack,Twenty thousand dollars for seven)and spies genre, working for Ricardo Fedra and Mario Bava and later returned USA as secondary TV actor. Excellent acting by Tatsuya Nakadai, a prestigious Japanese actor, he puts strange faces, grimace, penetrating eyes and killer laughter.The film is middling directed by Tonino Cervi in his first and only Western. He has an eclectic career as writer and director of drama(Portrait of bourgeois in black), comedy(The miser) and terror(Queens of evil). His most important activity was as producer, as he produced for Federico Fellini(Bocaccio 70),Antonioni(Red desert), Vancini(Long night of 43)and Bertolucci(Grim reaper).

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