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Sartana Kills Them All (1970)

Un par de asesinos (original title)
Not Rated | | Comedy, Crime, Western | 11 September 1970 (Italy)
A pair of outlaws are on the hunt for some loot they know is missing from a robbery. Outsmarting and killing anyone who tries to foil their plans.


Mario Alabiso, Santiago Moncada (screenplay) | 4 more credits »




Cast overview, first billed only:
Gianni Garko ... Sartana / Santana (as Johnny Garko)
Guglielmo Spoletini Guglielmo Spoletini ... Marcos (as William Bogard)
María Silva ... María Anderson
Andrés Mejuto ... Richard Kirby
Raf Baldassarre ... Fred Burton
Charly Bravo Charly Bravo ... Adam Kirby (as Carlos Bravo)
Carlos Romero Marchent ... Donald Kirby
Cris Huerta Cris Huerta ... Deputy Smithy
Cristina Iosani Cristina Iosani ... Carmencita
Álvaro de Luna ... Patrick Kirby
Jesús Guzmán ... Storekeeper
Luis Induni ... Sheriff Laughton
Jesús Aristu
María Martín ... Stagecoach Passenger
Lorenzo Robledo Lorenzo Robledo ... Deputy


A pair of outlaws are on the hunt for some loot they know is missing from a robbery. Outsmarting and killing anyone who tries to foil their plans.

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Comedy | Crime | Western


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Alternate Versions

When the film was released in Sweden in 1972 the following scenes were removed:
  • The scene with the pack of dynamite
  • The entire assault and hanging sequence of the sheriff
  • An assault scene containing a scene where a man gets punched in the belly with a rifle
  • Gundown of a man who tries to strangle Sartana
  • After the attempted rape scene the woman and two men gets shot
  • The big fighting scene at the end
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Disappointing spaghetti western
31 January 2013 | by Wizard-8See all my reviews

Although this movie played in some territories with the name "Sartana" in the title and having one of the leads named "Sartana", this is not an official Sartana movie, even though series actor Gianni Garko is present and playing this movie's "Sartana" character. In this movie Garko is paired up with Guglielmo Spoletini, and the two manage to generate some genuine chemistry as well as a few humorous moments. Unfortunately, that's not enough to save the movie. The movie starts off agreeably light hearted, but its pleasant tone is soon destroyed by turning the lead characters into unlikable people (for one thing, they kill some innocent people along the way.) There is also very little story and a great deal of padding, which makes for some really boring bits that will try the patience of the viewer. Although I usually love spaghetti westerns, I have to admit that I was really glad when this particular one came to a close.

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2.35 : 1
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