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Renegade Riders (1967)
"Sette winchester per un massacro" (original title)

 -  Western  -  14 April 1967 (Italy)
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A gunman joins up with a gang of Confederate guerrillas to find a cache of missing Confederate gold.


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Cast overview:
Col. Thomas Blake
Ennio Girolami ...
Chamaco Gonzales (as Thomas Moore)
Luisa Baratto ...
Manuela (as Louise Barrett)
Federico Boido ...
Fred Calhoun (as Ryk Boyd)
Rossella Bergamonti
Aysanoa Runachagua ...
Rios (as Alfred Aysanoa)
Piero Vida ...
Adriana Facchetti ...
Miss Belle
Attilio Severini ...
Mesa Alvarez
Giulio Maculani ...
Mirella Pamphili ...
(as Mirella Panfili)
Marco Mariani
Mario Donen


A gunman joins up with a gang of Confederate guerrillas to find a cache of missing Confederate gold.

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The battle for victory is ended... but the war for revenge goes on! See more »




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14 April 1967 (Italy)  »

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Blake's Marauders  »

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Referenced in Midnight Movies: From the Margin to the Mainstream (2005) See more »


Seven Men
Composed by Francesco De Masi
Vocals Performed by Raul Lovecchio (as Raoul)
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PAYMENT IN BLOOD (Enzo G. Castellari, 1967) **1/2
14 August 2008 | by (Naxxar, Malta) – See all my reviews

This was the fifth(!) Spaghetti Western I've watched from director Castellari (whom I met at the 2004 Venice Film Festival) – it's not too bad an effort actually, though still far away from the admirably elegiac quality he would eventually achieve in KEOMA (1976).

The plot is pretty typical of the genre: after the end of the Civil War, a Confederate Colonel (Guy Madison) wants to keep up the fight and recruits a band of outlaws to finance his campaign through random pillaging; given that the original Italian title makes an explicit reference to the fact that the gang totals seven men, I guess the film intended to be a roguish version of THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN (1960)! Anyway, as expected, an outsider (Edd Byrnes) soon joins their ranks – after having rescued one of them (Enio Girolami, the director's brother and who, in the role of a peon, irritatingly speaks almost exclusively in Spanish throughout!). However, it transpires (equally unsurprisingly) that he's really a government agent out to ensnare Madison and his men by ostensibly leading them to a buried cache' of Confederate money! Along the way, a female character is also thrown into the fray – which, naturally, causes discord among the Colonel and his 'underlings' since, rather than share her with them as was their habit, he decides to keep her for himself; at the end, she too turns out to have been on the side of the law (and in cahoots with Byrnes all along)!

The film features plenty of action – set to a rousing score by Francesco De Masi – and climaxes agreeably with an atmospheric sequence set inside a cave (where the now worthless money is stashed) that served as burial ground for some Indian tribe or other.

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