And God Said to Cain

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And God Said to Cain
And God Said to Cain.jpg
Film poster
Directed by Antonio Margheriti
Produced by Giovanni Addessi
Peter Carsten
Written by Giovanni Addessi
Antonio Margheriti
Starring Klaus Kinski
Music by Carlo Savina
Cinematography Riccardo Pallottini
Luciano Trasatti
Edited by Nella Nannuzzi
Release date
  • 5 February 1970 (1970-02-05)
Running time
109 minutes
Country Italy
West Germany
Language Italian

And God Said to Cain (Italian: E Dio disse a Caino, German: Satan der Rache) is a 1970 Italian Western film directed by Antonio Margheriti and starring Klaus Kinski.[1]


Gary Hamilton (Kinski) is granted a free pardon from a prison work camp and heads out after the men who framed him. The film is set at a stormy night in town when Hamilton takes his revenge.



Wild East released this on a limited edition R0 NTSC DVD alongside Twice A Judas in 2013.


  1. ^ "New York Times: And God Said to Cain". NY Times. Retrieved 24 October 2008. 

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