In Mexico, at the beginning of the twentieth century, a man is to be executed by Cascorro's men. Doctor Henry Price, en Englishman, arrives in his car and saves him. The nickname of the man is Tepepa and he was a hero of the Revolution. Tepepa asks doctor Price way he saved him and the answer is chilly: to have the pleasure to kill him himself. And he aims his gun at him. Written by
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A Story Of War And Passion
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Director Giulio Petroni claimed that the atmosphere on the set was "terrible," and that Orson Welles called Milian (who idolized Welles) a "dirty Cuban". See more
After Tepepa blows up their wagon, he fires at the Mexican troops on the ground with his Mauser C96. The model he uses is a standard ten round integral magazine version. He clearly fires more than ten rounds, without reloading. In fact the gun is never reloaded throughout the entire movie. See more
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Al Messico che Vorrei
Composed by Ennio Morricone
Performed by Maria Cristina Brancucci See more