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Sonny and Jed (1972)

La banda J. & S. - Cronaca criminale del Far West (original title)
A determined sheriff pursues a robber and his girlfriend, and lets nothing stop in his way of catching them.

Director:

Sergio Corbucci

Writers:

Sergio Corbucci (story), Sergio Corbucci (screenplay) | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Tomas Milian ... Jed Trigado
Susan George ... Sonny Lester Trigado
Telly Savalas ... Sheriff Franciscus
Rosanna Yanni ... Linda Moreno (as Rossana Yanni)
Franco Giacobini Franco Giacobini ... Aparicito
Eduardo Fajardo ... Don García Moreno
Herbert Fux ... Merril
Gene Collins Gene Collins ... Hotel Manager (as Gene Collings)
Werner Pochath ... Gunman (as Wernet Pochat)
Álvaro de Luna ... Sheriff with Bowler Hat (as Alvaro De Luna)
Pilar Climent Pilar Climent
Luis Aller Luis Aller
Laura Betti ... Betty
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A determined sheriff pursues a robber and his girlfriend, and lets nothing stop in his way of catching them.

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The Best Action Packed Western Comedy of the Year! See more »


Certificate:

R | See all certifications »
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Trivia

Italian censorship visa # 60430 delivered on 7 June 1972. See more »

Quotes

Jed: Stupid goddamn female.
Sonny: I'm... I'm not a goddamn female!
Jed: What are you, a chipmunk?
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Connections

Spoofs Bonnie and Clyde (1967) See more »

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If Woody Allen had dubbed a "spaghetti western" this would be it
8 January 2014 | by merklekranzSee all my reviews

Woody Allen's "What's Up Tiger Lilly?" was his comic interpretation of a Japanese kung fu film. I realize that Allen had nothing to do with "Sonny and Jed", however the four letter word laced dialog is at times funnier than "Tiger Lilly". Somehow this overlooked curiosity has remained in "spaghetti" obscurity despite the presence of Thomas Milan, Susan George, and Telly Savales. Although this is definitely a parody of the Sergio Leone classics, including a fine Enio Morrocone score, it could come as quite a shock to the "Trinity" crowd, especially in the almost constant use of the "F'" word. There really is no story, just a series of episodes with Milan and George playing a western variation on "Bonnie and Clyde". - MERK


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Country:

Italy | West Germany | Spain

Language:

Italian

Release Date:

March 1974 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Bandits! See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Technicolor)

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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