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It Can Be Done Amigo (1972)

Si può fare... amigo (original title)
PG | | Comedy, Western | November 1974 (USA)
A drifter with fast fists and a gunfighter-pimp with fast guns help a child claim his inheritance.


Maurizio Lucidi


Ernesto Gastaldi (story), Rafael Azcona (screenplay) | 1 more credit »




Cast overview, first billed only:
Bud Spencer ... Hiram Coburn
Jack Palance ... Sonny Bronston
Renato Cestiè Renato Cestiè ... Chip Anderson
Francisco Rabal ... Franciscus
Dany Saval ... Mary Bronston
Luciano Catenacci ... James
Roberto Camardiel ... L'udriaco
Franco Giacobini Franco Giacobini ... L'uomo chi mangia la terra
Serena Michelotti Serena Michelotti ... La vedova Warren
Manuel Guitián Manuel Guitián
Sal Borgese
Marcello Verziera Marcello Verziera ... (as Margello Verziera)
Dominique Badou Dominique Badou
Dante Cleri Dante Cleri ... (as Cleri Dante)
Luciano Pigozzi ... (as Alan Collins)


An outspoken boy and a gunfighter-pimp save a drifter's life from hanging. The boy's uncle dies, leaving a house and some dry, useless land to the boy. The dying uncle has obtained the drifter's promise to help the boy get what is his. Meanwhile the gunfighter has decided that the drifter should marry his daughter after being with her previously. The two get into a series of brawls and shoot-outs until they arrive in the town and find the boy's inheritance -which turns out not to be as useless as it first appears. Written by Charles Delacroix

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Trinity's pal is back ... slam bang action !


Comedy | Western


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Did You Know?


The prostitute Coburn goes to see is called La Vedova Warren. George Bernard Shaw, the British playwright wrote a famous play about a prostitute called Mrs Warren's Profession. See more »


[first lines]
Hiram Coburn: How the hell did I ever get stuck with a loser like you?
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Can Be Done
Written by Sergio Bardotti (as Bardotti) and Luis Bacalov (as Enriquez)
Sung by Rocky Roberts
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Odd, quirky Spag Western/Comedy lost in translation
9 September 2016 | by WuchakkSee all my reviews

Released in 1972 (but not in the USA until 1974), "It Can be Done… Amigo" is an Italian oater starring Ben Spencer as a gentle giant, Coburn, saved from unjust hanging. He becomes the caretaker of a little boy who's the heir of a remote ranch that many people are interested in obtaining for some reason. Jack Palance plays a comical gunfighter/pimp who insists that Coburn marries his nagging sister (Dany Saval) because he was previously intimate with her.

In spirit, but not plot, this is basically an early 70's Euro version of 1963's "McLintock!" Unfortunately it was lost in translation for me. Obviously a lot of effort was put into it, but it failed to engage. It's also marred by the limitations of most Spaghetti Westerns, like dubious dubbing. Plus there should've been more prominent women (Saval is likable, but she just grates on the nerves after a while). Still, the movie's likable; it's just very eccentric, which limits its appeal, but I'll give it another try in a few years.

The film runs 109 minutes and was shot in Almería, Andalucía, Spain.

GRADE: C- (4.5/10 Stars)

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