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Uno a uno, sin piedad (1968)

At the Texas/Mexico frontier, during the Civil War, Colonel Greyson was accused of embezzling $ 500,000 that he was to deliver to the Confederate command. In fact, he was betrayed by four ... See full summary »

Director:

Rafael Romero Marchent (as Rafael R. Marchent)

Writers:

Eduardo Manzanos (story) (as Eduardo Manzanos Brochero), Odoardo Fiory (screenplay) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Peter Lee Lawrence ... Bill 'Chico' Grayson
Guglielmo Spoletini Guglielmo Spoletini ... Joe 'El Chato' Charro (as William Bogart)
Dyanik Zurakowska ... Dolly (as Dianik Zurakowska)
Eduardo Fajardo ... Sheriff Lyman
Monica Millesi Monica Millesi ... Lupe (as Monica Mills)
Miguel del Castillo Miguel del Castillo ... Priest
Lucio De Santis ... Big Boss Blackie
Aurora Bautista Aurora Bautista ... Dolly's Maid (as Aurora Battista)
Manuel Tejada Manuel Tejada ... Frogmouth
Cris Huerta Cris Huerta ... Lonely Drunkard in Saloon (as Chris Huerta)
Francisco Sanz Francisco Sanz ... Zebulon (as Paco Sanz)
Adriano Domínguez
Alfonso Rojas Alfonso Rojas ... Capt. Jack Hawkins / Mr. Stuart
José Riesgo ... Greyson's Challenger
Mario Morales Mario Morales ... Burt
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At the Texas/Mexico frontier, during the Civil War, Colonel Greyson was accused of embezzling $ 500,000 that he was to deliver to the Confederate command. In fact, he was betrayed by four officers who accompanied him, and robed the money. When a young man reveals to be Bill Greyson, the son of the colonel, he is about to be lynched by the infuriated, and wrongly informed citizens. El Charro, the leader of a Mexican gang, tells the real story to Bill, and helps him in his revenge plan: to identify and eliminate the four men, who are now respected - and wealthy - citizens. El Charro expects the naive young man to be happy to rehabilitate his family name, and he will outsmart him and take the money. A public statement rehabilitates Bill, alright, and the money comes into the pockets of El Charro. Does crime pay? Written by Artemis-9

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Country:

Spain | Italy

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

24 August 1968 (Italy) See more »

Also Known As:

One Against One... No Mercy See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono (Westrex Recording System)

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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Good Paella/Spaghetti Western co-produced between Spain and Italy , including customary scenarios from Almeria
21 April 2013 | by ma-cortesSee all my reviews

Rafael Romero Marchent directs the German Peter Lee Lawrence in this tale of revenge about a young man to clear the name of his father . A son (Peter Lee Lawrence) of a Confederate captain has the difficult task of proving that his father was not a traitor murderer . He will have the help of Charro (William Bogart) , a Mexican friend of his late father . Charro knows what really happened , the Captain was betrayed, so now the young sets out in pursuit the men (Sydney Chaplin , Alfonso Rojas , among others) who murdered ​​his father . The young man join forces with Charro and they look for the killers in the region and execute their vendetta , murdering one by one and without mercy.

¨One by One without mercy" is an exciting western that contains a story full of violence and vengeance , good dramatic pace , plot twists and slick direction . Agreeable Chorizo-Spaghetti Western mostly produced by Spain and Italian secondary participation ; it follows the Sergio Leone wake , including close-up , zooms , choreographic duels and no being proceeded in American style . The film packs action , shootouts , drama , high body-count and it's fast moving , being quite entertaining and approaching increasingly Leone Italian style , but keeping some details that make it special in this particular genre . It's a thrilling western with spectacular outdoors and breathtaking confrontation among heartless protagonists Peter Lee Lawrence and William Bogart ; and both of them against Sydney Chaplin , Eduardo Fajardo and their underlings . Acceptable action sequences with rousing crossfire and spectacularly bloody shootouts . Charismatic performance for whole casting . The notorious Spaghetti actor , Peter Lee Lawrence is good in his usual tough role .Blond German youth Peter Lee Lawrence, who made his uncredited debut in Sergio Leone "For A Few Dollars More" (1965), was the hero in many Spaghetti Westerns. His short cinematographic history can be enclosed in nine years of Italo-Spain co-productions such as "More Dollars for the MacGregors" , ¨Winchester justice¨,"Pistol for a Hundred Coffins", ¨The man who killed Billy the Kid¨ , ¨Fury of Johnny Kid¨ and several others . Enjoyable though brief performance by the always great Eduardo Fajardo , previously famous for ¨Django¨ , playing a nasty role , as usual . In the film appears ordinary Chorizo/Spaghetti Western actors such as Francisco Sanz as Zebulon , Manuel Tejada as Frogmouth , Cris Huerta as Lonely Man in Saloon , Miguel Del Castillo as Priest , Tito Garcia as farmer , Alfonso Rojas as Capt. Jack Hawkins , among others . Colorful and evocative cinematography by Emilio Foriscot , filmed on location in Hoyo Manzanares del Real , La Pedriza , and , of course , Almeria .

Rafael Romero Marchent (Madrid, Spain, May 3, 1926), was brother of Joaquin Luis Romero, recently deceased , who was the first to shoot Westerns in Spain . At first, Rafael Romero began in films as an actor, but when his career began to wane, he preferred to spend time behind the camera . While his brother Joaquin Marchent is deemed the Paella Western's best director , his first film was ¨El Coyote¨ and the sequel titled ¨Revenge of Coyote¨ shot in Mexico ; after that , he filmed ¨The shadow of Zorro¨ and ¨Revenge of Zorro¨, he went go directing Western as ¨ Riding to death ¨ , ¨Adventures in the West¨ , ¨Three good men¨, ¨Sabor Venganza ¨ and the most popular and violent ¨Condenados a Vivir¨ . Plus , he wrote for his brother Rafael Romero Marchent the followings Westerns : ¨Manos Torpes¨, ¨Ocaso Un Pistolero¨ and ¨Garringo¨ . Following in the footsteps of his brother, Rafael Romero began shooting many movies of the new genre . Rafael is an expert writer and director of Spaghetti Western as proved in ¨Two crosses on Danger Pass¨, Cry for revenge¨ and ¨Two guns for two twins¨ with Pili and Mili, a pair of twin singers in those years were stars. In 1968 directs "Who cries revenge?" and "One by one without mercy" two of the best Westerns . These latter are of higher quality and both of them had achieved successes . The following year he directed a great spaghetti western, "Clumsy Hands" a good story , being well shot . And bit later on , he directs "Garringo" which is a splendid Spaghetti at his best and probably to be the best shot ever by a Spanish director .


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