Adiós, Sabata

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Adiós, Sabata
Directed byGianfranco Parolini
Screenplay by
  • Renato Izzo
  • Gianfranco Parolini[1]
Story by
  • Renato Izzo
  • Gianfranco Parolini[1]
Music byBruno Nicolai[1]
CinematographySandro Mancori[1]
Edited byGianfranco Parolini[1]
P.E.A. - Produzioni Europee Associate di Grimaldi Maria Rosa[1]
Distributed byP.E.A.[1]

Adiós, Sabata (Italian: Indio Black, sai che ti dico: Sei un gran figlio di..., lit. "Indio Black, you know what I'm going to tell you... You're a big son of a...") is a 1970 Italian Spaghetti Western film directed by Gianfranco Parolini. It is the second film in The Sabata Trilogy by Parolini. Yul Brynner takes over the lead role from Lee Van Cleef, who stars in the first and third films.[2]


Set in Mexico under the rule of Emperor Maximilian I, Sabata is hired by the guerrilla leader Señor Ocaño to steal a wagonload of gold from the Austrian army. However, when Sabata and his partners Escudo and Ballantine obtain the wagon, they find it is not full of gold but of sand, and that the gold was taken by Austrian Colonel Skimmel. So Sabata plans to steal back the gold.



  • Hughes, Howard (2010). Spaghetti Westerns. Harpenden: Kamera Books. ISBN 978-1-84243-303-4.


  1. ^ a b c d e f g "Indio-Black: sai che ti dico? Sei un gran figlio di..." (in Italian). Retrieved September 19, 2018.
  2. ^ Hughes, p.113

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