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After fifty mail-order brides are kidnapped by bandits, the blind gunfighter hired to escort them heads into Mexico in pursuit.

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Blindman / Ciego
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Candy
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Domingo
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Sweet Mama
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Mexican General (as Raf Baldassarie)
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Margherita
Franz von Treuberg ...
Pilar's Father (as Franz Treuberg)
David Dreyer ...
Dude
Gaetano Scala ...
Domingo Henchman
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Pilar
Mary Badin ...
Bride
Dominique Badou ...
Bride
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Black Maid
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Bride
Giuliana Giuliani ...
Bride
Katerina Lindfelt ...
Bride
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Bride
Alice Mannell ...
Bride
Krista Nell ...
Bride
Barbara Loy ...
Bride (as Helen Parker)
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Prostitute (as Jeanine Reynaud)
Karin Skarreso ...
Bride
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Bride
Melù Valente ...
Bride (as Melu' Valente)
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Sheriff (as John Friedrick)
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Mexican Officer
Fortunato Arena ...
Mexican Officer
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Domingo Henchman
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ennio Antonelli ...
Mexican Officer (uncredited)
Tony Casale ...
Mexican Soldier (uncredited)
Alberigo Donadeo ...
Man in Posada (uncredited)
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Bearded Skunk Henchman (uncredited)
Augusto Funari ...
Domingo Henchman (uncredited)
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Train Engineer (uncredited)
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Fat Skunk Henchman (uncredited)
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Bride (uncredited)
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Bride (uncredited)
Edward Mannix ...
Trailer Narrator (uncredited) (voice)
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Bride (uncredited)
Elena Pedemonte ...
Bride (uncredited)
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Skunk (uncredited)
Thomas Rudy ...
Mexican Soldier (uncredited)
Isabella Savona ...
Bride (uncredited)
Dan Sturkie ...
Skunk (uncredited) (voice)
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Bride (uncredited)

Directed by

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Ferdinando Baldi

Written by

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Tony Anthony ... (original story)
 
Vincenzo Cerami ... (screenplay) and
Pier Giovanni Anchisi ... (screenplay) (as Piero Anchisi) and
Tony Anthony ... (screenplay)
 
Lloyd Battista ... (screenplay collaborator) (uncredited)

Produced by

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Tony Anthony ... producer
William Cash ... executive producer (uncredited)
Roberto Infascelli ... executive producer
Allen Klein ... producer (uncredited)
Saul Swimmer ... producer

Music by

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Stelvio Cipriani

Cinematography by

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Riccardo Pallottini ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Roberto Perpignani

Editorial Department

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Piera Gabutti ... assistant editor
Ernesto Triunveri ... assistant editor
Jonathan Liebert ... digital cinema mastering (uncredited)
Scot Olive ... colorist: HD remastering (uncredited)

Production Design by

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Gastone Carsetti

Costume Design by

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Mario Ambrosino

Makeup Department

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Vittorio Biseo ... makeup artist
Giusy Bovino ... hair stylist
Carboni ... wig maker
Pierantonio Mecacci ... makeup artist (as Piero Mecacci)
Rocchetti ... wig maker

Production Management

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Jesús García Gárgoles ... production manager (as Jesus Gargoles)
Paolo Infascelli ... production supervisor
Carlo Murzilli ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Renzo Genta ... assistant director
Ricardo Walker ... assistant director (as Richard Walker)

Sound Department

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Bernardino Fronzetti ... sound (as Dino Fronzetti)

Special Effects by

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Luciano Anzellotti ... special effects
Roberto Arcangeli ... special effects

Camera and Electrical Department

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Dante Di Palma ... assistant camera
Angelo Novi ... still photographer
Gaetano Valle ... camera operator

Music Department

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Stelvio Cipriani ... conductor
Enrico Ciacci ... musician: sitar (uncredited)
Nora Orlandi ... soloist (uncredited)

Script and Continuity Department

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Vivalda Vigorelli ... continuity

Additional Crew

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Remo De Angelis ... master of arms
Allen Klein ... presenter
Maria Spera ... administrator / cashier
Carlo Alighiero ... voice dubbing: Ringo Starr (uncredited)
Mal Evans ... private assistant: Ringo Starr (uncredited)
Vittoria Febbi ... voice dubbing: Agneta Eckemyr (uncredited)
Pino Locchi ... voice dubbing: Lloyd Battista (uncredited)
Anna Miserocchi ... voice dubbing: Magda Konopka (uncredited)
Bruno Persa ... voice dubbing: Franz von Treuberg (uncredited)
Giuseppe Rinaldi ... voice dubbing: Tony Anthony (uncredited)
Carlo Romano ... voice dubbing: Raf Baldassarre (uncredited)
Sheldon Roskin ... unit publicist (uncredited)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Blindman (Tony Anthony) is a blind gunfighter who rides a seeing-eye horse, Boss. He is contracted for $50,000 to provide safe transport for 50 European mail-order brides who have asked miners in Lost Creek, Texas for their hands in marriage. But his business partner Skunk (Renato Romano) betrays him by allowing Domingo (Lloyd Battista), a Mexican bandit, to kidnap the women for his own purposes. Blindman heads into Mexico in pursuit, where he discovers that Domingo and his sister Sweet Mama (Magda Konopka) are using the women as a lure for an Army General (Raf Baldassarre) whom they intend to hold for ransom alongside the brides. With the aid of Pilar (Agneta Eckemyr), the unwitting object of Domingo's brother Candy's (Sir Ringo Starr) affections, "El General", Boss and many, many sticks of dynamite, our anti-hero stops at nothing to get even with Domingo and his siblings and deliver on his contract. Written by tanglefreak98

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Taglines Blindman, Blindman, what did he do? Stole 50 women that belong to you. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Blind Man (Italy)
  • Il pistolero cieco (Italy)
  • Blindman, le justicier aveugle (France)
  • El justiciero ciego (Spain)
  • Sokea tappaja (Finland)
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Runtime
  • 105 min
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Box Office

Budget $1,300,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia Sir Ringo Starr wrote and recorded a title song for this movie, but it wasn't used in the movie. It was released as the B-side of his hit, "Back Off Boogaloo". See more »
Goofs Domingo's chief henchman is given the nickname "Dude". Prior to the 1960s, "dude" was a synonym for "dandy", which refers to a well-dressed urban male, a description that does not suit the character in this film. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Westernissimo (1995). See more »
Crazy Credits The Italian version ends when Blindman, riding towards the screen, is on the left side of the screen, and a minute-long credits roll (consisting of the actresses playing the brides, four supporting actors, most of the technical crew and the miscellaneous companies) plays over a reprise of The General's theme. The English version ends with an earlier shot of Blindman to the right of the screen, and simply displays text reading "The End" without segueing into any new music or credits. See more »
Quotes Blindman: What... kind of a son of a bitch... puts a snake in a man's food?
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