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Black Tigress (1967)

Lola Colt (original title)
Lola, a saloon dancer arrives in the town of Sant'Anna with some other dancers. The town is however terrorized by El Diablo an outlaw who wants to sell the surrounding land to the railroad ... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Lola Falana ...
Lola Gate
Pietro Martellanza ...
Rod (as Peter Martell)
Germán Cobos ...
Larry / El Diablo
Tom Felleghy ...
Don Rodriguez
Evar Maran ...
Don Pedro - Priest (as Evaristo Maran)
Erna Schurer ...
Rose Rodriguez
Dada Gallotti ...
Virginia
Marilena Possenti ...
Saloon singer
Giovanni Petrucci ...
Saloon player (as John Petty)
Bernard Berat
Alex Antonelli
Franco Daddi ...
Paco (as Frank Dady)
Eva Inoka
Carlo Davini
Attilio Corsini
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Lola, a saloon dancer arrives in the town of Sant'Anna with some other dancers. The town is however terrorized by El Diablo an outlaw who wants to sell the surrounding land to the railroad company. Lola helps the colonists rebel together with Rod, a youth who has fallen in love with her. Written by Salvatore Santangelo <pappagone2@libero.it>

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Written by Pace e Panzeri
Performed by Lola Falana
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29 May 2014 | by (The Lonesome Prairie) – See all my reviews

Sexy showgirl Lola Colt fights off the advances of the evil El Diablo, while plotting with handsome medical student Peter Martell to free the town and a group of hostages from his clutches.

An Italian western with a black female protagonist (!), this vehicle for pop-star Lola Falana is a bit more entertaining than it seems like it would be. It's a little contrived, though fairly earnest and surprisingly straight-faced, playing more like a nineteen-forties B-picture than a nineteen-sixties spaghetti western, at least until Lola straps on some six-shooters for a violent climax. A compact running time helps too.

An interracial romance between Lola and Martell, as well as a kiss between Lola and El Diablo appear to have been scrubbed from the English language version.


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