Italian theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Giorgio Stegani|
|Produced by||Luis Buchs, Harry Pears, Bruno Turchetto|
|Written by||Harry Whittington (novel), Giorgio Stegani, José Luis Jerez Aloza|
|Music by||Benedetto Ghiglia|
|Edited by||Jacqueline Brachet|
|22 December 1965|
Adiós gringo is a 1965 Italian Spaghetti Western directed by Giorgio Stegani. Its stars Giuliano Gemma and was co produced between Italy, Spain and France. On release in the United States, nearly all of the cast members and production team had their names changed for the English audience. A major success, it was the 4th highest grossing picture of the year in Italy.
A young rancher, swindled in a cattle deal, kills a rancher, in self-defense, who has accused him of stealing his cattle. He then gets caught up in adventure and romance as he tries to prove his innocence and clear his name.
- Giuliano Gemma as Brent Landers
- Evelyn Stewart as Lucy Tillson
- Nello Pazzafini as Gil Clawson
- Pierre Cressoy as Clayton Ranchester
- Germano Longo as Stan Clevenger
- Massimo Righi as Avery Ranchester
- Roberto Camardiel as Dr. Barfield
- Francisco Brana as Ranchester cowboy
- Osiride Peverello as Ranchester cowboy
- Jesús Puente as Sheriff Tex Slaughter
- Monique Saint Claire as Maude Clevenger
- Weisser, Thomas (22 August 2005). Spaghetti Westerns--the Good, the Bad and the Violent: A Comprehensive, Illustrated Filmography of 558 Eurowesterns and Their Personnel, 1961-1977. McFarland. p. 7. ISBN 978-0-7864-2442-9.
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