Italian theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Michele Lupo|
|Produced by||Elio Scardamaglia|
|Screenplay by||Ernesto Gastaldi
Lewis E. Ciannelli
|Story by||Ernesto Gastaldi
|Music by||Francesco De Masi|
|Edited by||Antonietta Zita|
Arizona Colt, also known as The Man from Nowhere, is a 1966 Italian Spaghetti Western directed by Michele Lupo and starring Giuliano Gemma, Fernando Sancho and Corinne Marchand. It was followed by the sequel Arizona Colt Returns (1970), with Anthony Steffen replacing Gemma in the title role.
Looking to reinforce his gang Torrez Gordon Watch raids a jail at the Mexican border. All prisoners who refuse to become his new henchman are to be shot dead. Arizona Colt can elude and makes it to a peaceful little town. Little does he know that Torrez Gordon Watch plans to rob the town's bank. Watch has already brought a gang member in position to feel out how it can be done. While the spy prepares the robbery, he hits on a young local woman named Dolores. When she recognises him as a member of the very gang, he murders her. Following this crime the bank gets robbed. The father of Dolores recognises among the gangsters the murderer and hires Arizona Colt to bring the gangster to justice.
- Giuliano Gemma as Arizona Colt
- Fernando Sancho as Torrez Gordo Watch
- Corinne Marchand as Jane
- Nello Pazzafini as Kay / Clay (as Giovanni Pazzafini)
- Andrea Bosic as Pedro / Pete
- Roberto Camardiel as Whiskey
- Mirko Ellis as Sheriff
- Gérard Lartigau as John
- Rosalba Neri as Dolores
- Pietro Tordi as Priest
- José Manuel Martín as Watch Henchman
- Gianni Solaro as Banker
- Valentino Macchi
- Renato Chiantoni as Undertaker
- Tom Felleghy as Will
- "Arizona Colt". spaghetti-western.net. Retrieved 2014-04-19.
Wild East released this on an out-of-print limited edition R0 NTSC DVD in 2004 under the title The Man From Nowhere. It was re-released under its Arizona Colt moniker in another limited edition R0 NTSC DVD release in 2010 alongside sequel Arizona Colt Returns.
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