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Kill Them All and Come Back Alone (1968)

Ammazzali tutti e torna solo (original title)
R | | Action, Western | 1970 (USA)
In 1864, mercenary Clyde MacKay leads a squad of hard-case cutthroats on a mission for the Confederate high command: infiltrate an enemy fortress and steal a million dollars in gold from the Union Army.

Director:

Enzo G. Castellari

Writers:

Tito Carpi (story), Enzo G. Castellari (story) | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Chuck Connors ... Clyde McKay
Frank Wolff ... Captain Lynch
Franco Citti ... Hoagy
Leo Anchóriz ... Deker
Giovanni Cianfriglia Giovanni Cianfriglia ... Blade (as Ken Wood)
Alberto Dell'Acqua Alberto Dell'Acqua ... The Kid
Hércules Cortés Hércules Cortés ... Bogard
Antonio Molino Rojo ... Sergeant
Furio Meniconi ... Buddy (as Men Fury)
Alfonso Rojas Alfonso Rojas ... Checkpoint Sergeant
Ugo Adinolfi Ugo Adinolfi ... Lieutenant McKenzie
John Bartha ... Prison Camp Captain
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Storyline

During the Civil War, a band of soldiers-of-fortune, led by Clyde McKay, infiltrates a town occupied by the Confederate forces of General Hood. After causing a diversion, McKay's group brawls with Confederate soldiers and manages to penetrate General Hood's headquarters. The general's aide, Captain Lynch, is disarmed and the general is made prisoner. However, the whole action is shown to be an exercise, planned by General Hood himself, to test the skills of Clyde McKay's group of six hand-picked mercenaries. It's true the six men are unsavory characters, bandits, killers and convicts but that's exactly what General Hood needs for his secret mission behind Union lines. Specifically, the Confederacy, which is short of cash, needs Union gold in order to continue the war. According to Captain Lynch, the Union is hiding an enormous sum in gold coins among dynamite sticks in an arsenal found in a Union stronghold. Clyde McKay's group, with occasional assistance from Captain Lynch, is to ... Written by nufs68

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Taglines:

Chuck Connors betrays a gang of seven ruthless mercenaries! See more »

Genres:

Action | Western

Certificate:

R | See all certifications »
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Trivia

In the scenes in the bassin, Franco Citti was injured, had an ankle sprain and was attended in the medical center of Navaluenga by the doctor, Miguel Toledano. See more »

Goofs

The film is set during the American Civil War. Dynamite wasn't invented until after the war was over. See more »

Quotes

Clyde: You still make me vomit!
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Connections

Featured in Western, Italian Style (1968) See more »

Soundtracks

Come Mia
(uncredited)
Composed by Francesco De Masi
Lyrics by Audrey Nohra
Vocals Performed by Raul Lovecchio
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Kill them all and bring back a fish supper
29 May 2017 | by BezenbySee all my reviews

Hey - this is an Italian World War 2 movie plot! A bunch of guys, having fulfilled a training exercise, are then sent behind enemy lines to steal a bunch of gold, with at least one traitor in their midst? That sounds like Five For Hell, or one of those other films they show all the time on the telly! This is a Western however -someone's cheating! Enzo's no fool, however. He knows his film is about as in tune with reality as a plastic kangaroo doing Hamlet, so he does what he does best: fills the film with wall-to-wall action and forgets about supper! And it works! Chuck Connors is the cheeseball leader of our crew who has to infiltrate Yankee territory and steal gold that is mixed with dynamite. Frank Wolff is the snidey Confederate Captain who wants the gold for himself (and also seems to be a Yankee Captain as well?). Plus, Connors has about half a dozen men who seems loyal but most of which try to rip him off too.

When not trying to kill or rip off each other these guys are taking on the USA army, and winning! One of them is a strong man, another has a freakin rocket launcher! Will any of them remain loyal or will the drink cause us to pass out before we find out the truth? Filled with Enzo's hyperactive camera work, ridiculous POV work, and constant explosions, this is another worthy Enzo film for your collection! I'm drunk!


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Country:

Italy | Spain

Language:

Italian

Release Date:

1970 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Go Kill Everybody and Come Back Alone See more »

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Mono

Color:

Color (Technicolor)

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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