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Return of Halleluja (1972)

Il West ti va stretto, amico... è arrivato Alleluja (original title)
Hallelujah is hired by an incompetent Mexican revolutionary to recover a lost Aztec idol, with which he will be able to elicit the help of the native tribes in his hapless uprising. However... See full summary »

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(as Anthony Ascott)

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(screenplay), (screenplay) | 2 more credits »
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Alleluja
Agata Flori ...
Fleurette
Raymond Bussières ...
Sam - Pawnbroker
Umberto D'Orsi ...
Ferguson
Michael Hinz ...
Lt. Von Steffen
Aldo Barberito ...
Priest
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Gen. Manuel Ramirez
Paolo Gozlino ...
Drake
Riccardo Garrone ...
Zagaya
Lincoln Tate ...
Archie
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Gen. Miranda
Nello Pazzafini ...
Abel (as Giovanni Pazzafini)
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Lt. Schultz
Martial Bouisson ...
(as Martial Bresson)
Adriana Facchetti ...
Viennese Lady on Stagecoach
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Hallelujah is hired by an incompetent Mexican revolutionary to recover a lost Aztec idol, with which he will be able to elicit the help of the native tribes in his hapless uprising. However, such a powerful symbol has it's attractions for a wide range of other individuals.

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30 August 1972 (Italy)  »

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2.35 : 1
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Has a couple of funny moments
17 June 2001 | by (Hamburg, Germany) – See all my reviews

This is probably the best among the bunch of spaghetti western comedies that George Hilton was starring in - which doesn't say a lot because the others were mainly ridiculous and cheap. The second Alleluja movie has a couple of funny moments. I'll never forget the scene when Alleluja is hired as a gunfighter by a Mexican "general of the revolution" and sits down to write a contract first - in the middle of a battle!


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