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Shoot First... Ask Questions Later (1975)
"Il bianco il giallo il nero" (original title)

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In 19th century the Japanese Emperor sends a gift pony to the US President. The pony is stolen and ransomed by Indians. Sheriff Gideon aided by an inept Japanese servant who believes he is a true Samurai offers to deliver the ransom money.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Giuliano Gemma ...
Blanc de Blanc / Stetson
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Sakura
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Sheriff Edward Gideon / aka Black Jack
Manuel de Blas ...
Major Donovan
Jacques Berthier ...
Kelly Butler
Romano Puppo ...
Kady
Nazzareno Zamperla ...
Sgt. Donovan (as Nazareno Zamperla)
Edy Biagetti
Hideo Saito ...
Yamoto (as Ideo Saito)
Frank Nuyen ...
Console Giapponese
Lorenzo Robledo ...
Colonel
Giovanni Petrucci ...
(as Giovanni Petti)
Tito García
Franco Tocci
Cris Huerta ...
Robinson Grasso (as Chris Huerta)
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In 19th century a Japanese delegation travels to the USA to present the American president with a gift pony from the Japanese Emperor. The pony which is considered to be divine by the Japanese is stolen and ransomed by a belligerent tribe of Indians.In order to retrieve the pony the Japanese delegation offers one million dollars in ransom to be delivered to the Indians by the local Sheriff Gideon aided by an inept Japanese servant who believes he is a true Samurai. Written by Anonymous

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17 January 1975 (Italy)  »

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ESP 56,044,650 (Spain) (3 March 2000)
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When the trio makes camp for the night the Swiss is asking Sheriff Gideon to respect the rules of the Geneva Convention and feed him supper(0:43:26).The Swiss is referring to the First Geneva Convention for the Amelioration of the Condition of the Wounded and Sick in Armed Forces in the Field of 1864. See more »

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Not Corbucci's best, but definitely one of his weirdest.
8 August 2002 | by (The Great White North) – See all my reviews

Don't go into this film expecting a typical Corbucci high body count shoot 'em up. This time around the famous `other Sergio' takes a stab at the comedy/spaghetti sub-genre which was ever so popular in the waning days of the Euro Western. `Bianco, il giallo, il nero, Il' is more or less a bizarro take on the East meets wild West classic `Red Sun'. Eli Wallach plays `Black Jack Gideon', a straight and narrow lawman who reluctantly gets mixed up in a quest to recover a prize Japanese show pony that's being held for ransom by a renegade band of army deserters with a penchant for dressing up like Indians. Accompanying him on his journey are the notorious bandit and womanizer `Swiss', played by Giuliano Gemma and `Sakura' the dung handler turned Samurai played by Tomas Milian. Many unintentional laughs and moments of genuine surreal weirdness set to the equally strange Guido & Maurizio De Angelis score almost guarantee this film to delight fans of the genre and confuse and frighten the average viewer.


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