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7 August 1970 (Italy) See more »
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Sartana, bounty hunter and gunfighter, witnesses the robbery of a shipment of gold. He finds his way... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Funny Spaghetti western with Sartana and Sabbath as tough protagonists See more (8 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)
George Hilton ... Sartana
Charles Southwood ... Sabbath
Erika Blanc ... Trixie
Piero Lulli ... Samuel Spencer (as Peter Carter)
Linda Sini ... Maldida
Nello Pazzafini ... Mantas
Carlo Gaddi ... Baxter
Aldo Barberito ... Angelo
Marco Zuanelli ... Dead Eye Golfay
Luciano Rossi ... Flint Fossit (as Lou Kamante)
Federico Boido ... Joe Fossit (as Rick Boyd)
Luigi Bonos ... Posada Owner (as Gigi Bonos)
Gaetano Imbró
Spartaco Conversi ... Emiliano
Umberto Di Grazia
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Alberico Donadeo
Ettore Arena ... Man in Front of Sheriff's Bureau (uncredited)
Fortunato Arena ... Old man (uncredited)
John Bartha ... Sheriff (uncredited)
Armando Calvo ... Hoagy (uncredited)
Franco Fantasia ... (uncredited)
Paolo Figlia ... Mantas Hechman (uncredited)
Furio Meniconi ... Romero (uncredited)
Sergio Smacchi ... Mantas Henchman #2 (uncredited)
Massimo Vanni ... Mantas Henchman #3 (uncredited)

Directed by
Giuliano Carnimeo  (as Anthony Ascott)
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Tito Carpi 

Produced by
Sergio Borelli .... producer
Franco Palaggi .... producer
 
Original Music by
Francesco De Masi 
 
Cinematography by
Stelvio Massi 
 
Film Editing by
Ornella Micheli 
 
Art Direction by
Stefano Bulgarelli 
 
Costume Design by
Stefano Bulgarelli 
Tigano Lo Faro 
 
Makeup Department
Giuseppe Capogrosso .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Sergio Borelli .... production manager
Ruggero Cappelli .... unit manager
Fabrizio De Angelis .... production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Romano Scandariato .... assistant director
 
Sound Department
Pietro Vesperini .... sound
 
Special Effects by
Gino Vagniluca .... special effects
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Sergio Rubini .... camera operator
 
Other crew
Maria Luisa Rosen .... script supervisor
Bruno Ukmar .... master of arms
 

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Also Known As:
"C'è Sartana... vendi la pistola e comprati la bara!" - Italy (original title)
"Sartana's Coming, Get Your Coffins Ready" - USA
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Italy:93 min
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Body count: 31.See more »
Quotes:
Sartana:I'd like to get a room.
Trixie:I oughta warn you. The beds are full of bedbugs and uncomfortable, too. We ain't got roulette, there's no floorshow, and there's no girls. Our main activity is keeping out of the graveyard.
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Edited into Spaghetti Western Trailer Show (2007) (V)See more »

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18 out of 20 people found the following review useful.
Funny Spaghetti western with Sartana and Sabbath as tough protagonists, 6 July 2005
Author: ma-cortes

Sartana (George Hilton ) is a freelance gunman who at the initiation of the film works as bounty killer . After that , he helps a Mexican family against a ¨ posse ¨ of cruel bandits ( whose leader is Nello Pazzafini ) who try to kill and reckoning him . He subsequently is hired by a rich landowner (Piero Lulli) to guard the miners's payroll that is continuously robbed . Another cocky gunman ( Charles Southwood ) appears in the city and the confrontation will be inevitable .

The first movie on Sartana is by Frank Kramer (Gianfranco Parolini) interpreted by John Garco ( or Gianni Garco ), besides it was starred by Klaus Kinski and William Berger . After being continued by Alfonso Balcazar ( Sartana non perdona or Sonora ). Miles Deem directed two Sartanas which are considered as awful. Anthony Ascott(Giuliano Carmineo) realized several movies with George Hilton who replaces to Garco . Hilton plays more natural and roguish than Garco who was cold and peculiar . In this one Sartana has a partner ( Charles Southwood ) called Sabbath but isn't the hero named Sabata created by Frank Kramer with Lee Van Cleef . The movie has the typical Spaghetti characters , as the violent facing , greedy antiheroes, bloody and spectacular showdowns, quick zooms , extreme baddies, and musical score with Ennio Morricone influence . In the picture there are the habituals Western's secondary as Folco Lulli , Nello Pazzafini ( also usual of Peplum ), and the Eurotrash Goddess, the babe Erika Blanc . The Francesco De Masi's soundtrack is nice and atmospheric , he's a good Western musician with enough scores. The movie is regularly directed but is entertaining.

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