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Alleluja & Sartana Are Sons... Sons of God (1972)

Alleluja e Sartana figli di... Dio (original title)
Two con artists wind up helping the members of a small-town church keep from losing their money to a gang of crooks.

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... Hallelujah
Alberto Dell'Acqua ... Sartana (as Robert Widmark)
... Mrs. Gibbons
... Therese
Ezio Marano ... The Wolf (as Alan Abbott)
Wanda Vismara ... Gertrude
Stelio Candelli ... Falco
Dante Maggio ... The General (as Dan May)
Enzo Andronico ... Rev. O'Connor
Lars Bloch ... 'Danish'
Domenico Maggio ... Wolf Henchman
Carla Mancini ... Julia - sister of Therese
Giulio Massimini
Furio Meniconi ... Old man from Mountsville (as Fury Men)
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Two con artists wind up helping the members of a small-town church keep from losing their money to a gang of crooks.

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22 December 1972 (Italy)  »

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Save thy time, save thy money!
1 September 2001 | by See all my reviews

Alas, Carl Spiehs, what have you done this time? This is sort of a Western, and quite a bundle of scenes look quite familiar, you could swear you have seen them before. You are right. This film's effort is to copy known scenes of other westerns and to copy even the names of other films (the german title is related to a famous Terence Hill/Bud Spencer movie, the italian title to a well known 60ies Italo-western). It must have been fun for the actors - or a racket (at least it was for co-producer Spiehs). The whole film is quite a lukewarm business, every scene that begins promisingly looses quite every charm and drive until it's end - well, the end is always quite near. But I must admit that I enjoyed some fighting scenes which were intended to be funnny and in a way, they were. (These scenes were arranged by some cracks who also did these T.H./B.S. movies). If you can see it in TV, do so; if you'd have to rent it (and spend money) - beware.


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