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John the Bastard (1967)
"John il bastardo" (original title)

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John Donald Tenorio
Claudio Camaso ...
Don Francisco Tenorio
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Dona Antonia
Claudio Gora ...
Don Diego Tenorio
Furio Meniconi ...
Papa Buck
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Danite
Glauco Onorato ...
Morenillo
Gia Sandri ...
Linda
Nadia Scarpitta ...
Chica
Luisa Della Noce ...
Sara
Román Ariznavarreta ...
Hermano de Gertrode
Piero Vida ...
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Remo De Angelis
Loredana Giustini
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Don Juan in the West !
10 November 2001 | by (Paris, France) – See all my reviews

Before he made superior gialli, Crispino tried this first outing in the then-popular western genre. And came up with a winner. In between parody and serious bloodshed, this is an adaptation of the Don Juan mythos featuring interesting ideas, like the subplot about mormons persecuted in the US. The cast is very good - strong actor direction being one of Crispino's forte - and the script keeps things lively. The ending, turning the whole movie into a flash-back, dwells in supernatural territory. With gems like this to be discovered, on might wonder why Italian westerns have such bad press nowadays. Don't miss.


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