As a child, Bill witnesses the murder of his family by four robbers. Fifteen years later, he embarks on his revenge. During his quest, he crosses paths with Ryan, an ex-con who wants the money the robbers owe him. Written by
Erik Gregersen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This is revenge... And there's nothing sweet about it!
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Did You Know?
The original title of the film was "Duel in the Wind." Lee Van Cleef
came up with the Italian title while discussing the movie with John Phillip Law
, who saw the film as a "man to man" story. Van Cleef remarked, "Why don't they call it 'From Man to Man'?" The Italian producers liked how it sounded in Italian ("Da Uomo a Uomo") so much they used it. Then the film was subsequently retitled "Death Rides a Horse" in English-speaking markets, which Law said he never liked. See more
At about 38 minutes the barman is thrown out of window and when he re-enters the saloon he is shot, after which he falls into the street. He is then seen being thrown out of the bar a second time almost immediately afterwards. See more
[Sees Bill buried to his neck
You had to get here ahead of me didn't you?
[One of Wolcott's henchmen appears from his hiding, only to be swiftly gunned down by Ryan
Idiot. Are you on your way in or out of that hole? You remind me of a groundhog that couldn't make up its mind.
References For a Few Dollars More
Death Rides A Horse (Vocal version)
Composed by Maurizio Graf
(as Attansio) and Ennio Morricone
Performed by Raul Lovecchio
(as Raoul) See more