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Adiós, Sabata ()

Indio Black, sai che ti dico: Sei un gran figlio di... (original title)
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Master gunslinger Sabata helps a band of Mexican revolutionaries steal a wagon-load of gold.

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Sabata / Indio Black
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Ballantine
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Escudo (as Pedro Sanchez)
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Colonel Skimmel
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Septiembre
Franco Fantasia ...
Señor Ocaño
Turam Quibo ...
Gitano (as Joseph Persaud)
Andrea Scotti ...
José
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Kingsville Saloon Dancer (as Susan Scott)
Luciano Casamonica ...
Juanito, Village Boy
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Manuel Garcia Otello
Vittorio Fanfoni ...
Barman
Massimo Carocci ...
Juan de los Angeles
Vittorio Caronia ...
1st Lt. Steiner (as Vitti Caronia)
Omar Bonaro ...
Jesus Rivalta
Franco Marletta ...
Mexican
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Hertz
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Adjutant Ocaño
Antonio Gradoli ...
Major Metternich
Calisto Calisti ...
Chief Eagle Pass
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Graduato (as Thomas Kerr)
Thomas Rudy ...
Luis Miguel Cortejo
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Geroll (as Rick Boyd)
Furio Pellerani ...
Garcia, Mexican informer killed by model ship
Gianni Siragusa ...
Perdido (as Johnny Nation)
Stefano Rizzo ...
Mexican revolutionary
Gianni Rizzo ...
Folgen
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Elio Angelucci ...
Bearded Villager (uncredited)
Ettore Arena ...
Duel Observer (uncredited)
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Bandit (uncredited)
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Duel Observer (uncredited)
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Mexican (uncredited)
Tony Casale ...
Man in Saloon (uncredited)
Nestore Cavaricci ...
Watching man (uncredited)
Enrico Chiappafreddo ...
Townsman (uncredited)
Giovanni Cianfriglia ...
Austrian agent (uncredited)
Catharina Dahlin ...
Saloon girl (uncredited)
Alberigo Donadeo ...
Mexican (uncredited)
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Mexican Woman Sitting Next to Man with Mirror (uncredited)
Oscar Giustini ...
Soldier (uncredited)
Vincenzo Maggio ...
Soldier (uncredited)
Furio Meniconi ...
Murdock (uncredited)
Franco Pasquetto ...
Townsman (uncredited)
Enrique Santiago ...
Bandit (uncredited)
Sandro Scarchilli ...
Mexican (uncredited)
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Bookie (uncredited)

Directed by

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Gianfranco Parolini ... (as Frank Kramer)

Written by

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Renato Izzo ... (story) and
Gianfranco Parolini ... (story)
 
Renato Izzo ... (screenplay) and
Gianfranco Parolini ... (screenplay)

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Alberto Grimaldi ... producer

Music by

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Bruno Nicolai

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Sandro Mancori ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Gianfranco Parolini ... (uncredited)

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Pietro Spadoni ... assistant editor (as Salvatore Avantario)

Production Design by

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Pier Luigi Basile ... (as Pierluigi Basile)

Set Decoration by

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Claudio De Santis

Costume Design by

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Claudio De Santis

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Galileo Mandini ... hair stylist
Mario Van Riel ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Roberto Cocco ... production manager
Enzo Provenzale ... general manager
Gilberto Scarpellini ... production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Massimo Carocci ... assistant director
Ignazio Dolce ... assistant director

Sound Department

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Oscar De Arcangelis ... sound
Manlio Urbani ... boom operator

Camera and Electrical Department

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Giulio Battiferri ... assistant camera
Giovanni Bonivento ... assistant camera
Romeo Catti ... gaffer
Angelo Pennoni ... still photographer
Edmondo Ricci ... electrician
Mario Sbrenna ... camera operator

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Valeria Sponsali ... wardrober

Other crew

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Luciano Balducci ... production assistant
Giuseppe Mattei ... armorer
Michele Pesce ... production assistant
Gianni Siragusa ... continuity
Alberto Grimaldi ... presenter (uncredited)
Antonio Guidi ... voice dubbing: Ignazio Spalla (uncredited)
Alessandro Iovino ... voice dubbing: Federico Boido (uncredited)
Renato Mori ... voice dubbing: Gianni Siragusa (uncredited)
Mirella Pace ... voice dubbing: Nieves Navarro (uncredited)
Chuck Painter ... unit publicist (uncredited)
Giorgio Piazza ... voice dubbing: Gérard Herter (uncredited)
Giacomo Piperno ... voice dubbing: Dean Reed (uncredited)
Sergio Rossi ... voice dubbing: Yul Brynner (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

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Plot Summary

In Mexico, during the rule of the self-proclaimed Emperor of Mexico Maximillian (1864-1867), Mexican revolutionaries and Republican forces try to bring former Mexican President Benito Juárez back to power. The United States in neutral and is going through the pains of the American Civil War. Mexican guerrilla leader Señor Ocaño hires gunfighter Sabata to steal a wagon-load of gold from Emperor Maximillian's Austrian and French forces. When Sabata and his friends, Escudo and Ballantine, finally get their hands on a wagon, they discover it's full of sand rather than gold. They suspect that the gold was stolen by Austrian Colonel Skimmel. Therefore, Sabata and his partners set out to find the gold and give it to the Mexican revolutionaries. Written by nufs68

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Taglines There is no crossing him twice. See more »
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Also Known As
  • The Bounty Hunters (Ireland, English title)
  • Adiós, Sabata (Ireland, English title)
  • Adiós, Sabata (Canada, English title)
  • Adiós, Sabata (World-wide, English title)
  • Adiós, Sabata (United States)
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  • 104 min
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Trivia This was not originally a Sabata film. The original Italian title translates as "Indio Black, you know what? You're a big son of a...", Indio Black being the character played by Yul Brynner, but the title and Brynner's character name were changed for the American release to cash in on Sabata (1969), the original Sabata film. See more »
Goofs When Sabata invades Colonel Skimmel's quarters, he sees the reflection of a person hiding behind the door. The person in the reflection is not Hertz. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Spaghetti Western Trailer Show (2007). See more »
Quotes Escudo: Ah, poor Ballantine, who died in the moment of our triumph. So artistic! So generous! And the most honest of us all. I weep for him! May his good soul go to heaven and then be greeted by our Lord above. Wait! This now means there's only four of us! So we divide his share between us, huh?
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