|Directed by||Giulio Petroni|
|Produced by||Franco Climenti, Alfredo Cuomo|
|Written by||Ivan Della Mea
|Music by||Ennio Morricone|
|Edited by||Eraldo Da Roma|
Tepepa (also known as Long Live the Revolution and Blood and Guns) is an Italian Zapata-themed spaghetti western film starring Tomas Milian and Orson Welles. The film was directed by Giulio Petroni. It was co-produced with Spain, where the film was released with the title Tepepa... Viva La Revolución.
- Tomas Milian as Tepepa
- Orson Welles as Colonnel Cascorro
- John Steiner as Doctor Henry Price
- José Torres as Pedro Pereira, "El Piojo"
- Luciano Casamonica as Paquito
- Annamaria Lanciaprima as Maria Virgen Escalande
- Paloma Cela as Consuelo
- George Wang as Mr. Chu
The film stars Tomas Milian and Orson Welles in opposing roles. Director Giulio Petroni expressed disappointment with Welles. Petroni claimed that the atmosphere on the set was "terrible," and that Welles called Milian (who idolized Welles) a "dirty Cuban".
- Roberto Poppi, Mario Pecorari. Dizionario del cinema italiano. I film. Gremese Editore, 2007. ISBN 8884405033.
- Maria Pia Fusco (5 August 2007). "Quelle sfide sul set tra Orson Welles e Tomas Milian" (in Italian). La Repubblica. Retrieved 22 November 2011.
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