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China 9, Liberty 37 ()

Amore, piombo e furore (original title)
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The railroad hires a condemned killer to murder an uncooperative rancher but the assassin fails to deliver, prompting the railroad men to go after him instead.

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Matthew Sebanek
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Clayton Drumm
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Catherine Sebanek
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Wilbur Olsen, Dime Novelist
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Barbara, Virgil's Wife
Gianrico Tondinelli ...
Johnny Sebanek
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Hank Sebanek
Charly Bravo ...
Duke, Barbara's Brother (as Carlos Bravo)
Paco Benlloch ...
Virgil Sebanek
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Sheriff's friend
Richard C. Adams ...
Sheriff
Natalia Kim ...
Cassie
Ivonne Sentis ...
Prostitute (as Yvonne Sentis)
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Zeb / Zeb's brother
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Williams
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Cottrell's Wife (as Helga Line)
Mattieu Ettori ...
Cottrell, Liberty Innkeeper
David Thomson ...
Jack (as David Thompson)
Tony Brandt ...
Jefferson
Piero Fondi ...
Tanner
Luciano Spadoni ...
Hangman
Frank Clement ...
Tom
Daniel Panes ...
Joe
José Murillo ...
Jimmy (as Jose Murillo)
Rafael Albaicín ...
Prison guard (as Raphael Albaicin)
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Henry

Directed by

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Monte Hellman
Tony Brandt ... (credited on some European prints)

Written by

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Jerry Harvey ... (story and screenplay) and
Douglas Venturelli ... (story and screenplay)
 
Ennio De Concini ... (collaboration) and
Vicente Escrivá ... (collaboration) (as Don Vicente Escrivá)
 
Ennio De Concini ... (story)
 
Alberto Liberati ... (dialogue)

Produced by

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Gianni Bozzacchi ... producer
Valerio De Paolis ... producer
Monte Hellman ... producer
Rolf M. Degener ... producer (uncredited)

Music by

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Pino Donaggio
John Rubinstein

Cinematography by

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Giuseppe Rotunno

Film Editing by

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Cesare D'Amico
Monte Hellman ... (uncredited)

Editorial Department

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Lea Mazzocchi ... assistant editor

Production Design by

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Luciano Spadoni

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Francesco Chianese ... (as Francesco Saverio Chianese)

Costume Design by

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Franco Carretti

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Pedro Camacho ... makeup artist
Massimo De Rossi ... makeup artist
Mirella Ginnoto ... hair stylist
Toñy Nieto ... hair stylist (as Antonia Nieto)

Production Management

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Vicente Escrivá hijo ... associate production manager (as Vicente Escriva Jr.)
Francesco Fantacci ... production supervisor
Maurizio Pastrovich ... production manager
Juan Clemente Prosper ... production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Iñaki Akarregui ... second assistant director (as Ignacio Acarregui)
Tony Brandt ... assistant director
Stefano Priori ... second assistant director

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Adolfo Cofiño ... set designer
Goffredo Massetti ... property master

Sound Department

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Cesare D'Amico ... sound editor
Piero Fondi ... boom operator
Danilo Moroni ... sound mixer
Carlo Palmieri ... sound engineer
Danilo Sterbini ... re-recording mixer

Camera and Electrical Department

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Roberto Biciocchi ... still photographer
Rodolfo Bramucci ... chief electrician
Enrique Cerezos ... assistant camera: second unit (as Enrique Cerezo)
Julián Fernández ... key grip (as Julián Fernández Obrero)
Giovanni Fiore Coltellacci ... camera operator (as Giovanni Fiore)
Roberto Gengarelli ... first assistant camera
Julio Madurga ... camera operator: second unit
Gianmaria Majorana ... second assistant camera (as Gian Maria Majorana)
Pedro Ramírez ... chief electrician
Vladimiro Salvatori ... key grip (as Wladimiro Salvatori)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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María Eugenia Escrivá ... wardrobe (as Maria Eugenia Escriva)
Tiziana Mancini ... wardrobe

Location Management

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Vicente Escrivá hijo ... associate location manager (uncredited)
Francesco Fantacci ... location manager (uncredited)
Juan Clemente Prosper ... location manager (uncredited)

Music Department

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Natale Massara ... conductor

Other crew

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Rita Agostini ... continuity
Michele Kalamera ... voice double: Fabio Testi
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Plot Summary

Condemned gunman Clayton is given a last minute reprieve on condition he murders rancher Matthew for a railway company. Visiting Matthew's ranch, Clayton is unable to bring himself to kill Matthew and leaves, but Matthew's wife, Catherine, believing she has killed Matthew during an argument joins Clayton. Matthew, still alive, and mad as hell joins Clayton's equally angered employers to hunt down the pair Written by Tom Seldon

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Taglines The deadliest crossroad. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Clayton Drumm (Spain)
  • Gunfire (United States)
  • China 9, Liberty 37 (New Zealand, English title)
  • China 9, Liberty 37 (United States)
  • China 9, Liberty 37 (Canada, English title)
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  • 102 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia The English title of the film (China 9, Liberty 37) comes from a signpost seen at the start of the movie which shows the distances to the two nearest towns:- China being 9 miles in one direction and Liberty 37 miles in the other. See more »
Goofs When Catherine initially stabs Mathew, she stabs him on his left side, the blade is horizontal. After the cut, the blade is vertical sticking out of the center of Mathew's upper back. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Z Channel: A Magnificent Obsession (2004). See more »
Soundtracks China 9 Love Ballad See more »
Crazy Credits After the end credits, a title gives the dedication "To my father". See more »
Quotes Matthew Sebanek: You ain't gonna last long, son. There ain't no soft-hearted gunfighters.
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