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|Directed by||Lucio Fulci|
|Produced by||Oreste Coltellacci|
|Written by||Fernando Di Leo|
|Music by||Lallo Gori|
|Edited by||Ornella Micheli|
Megan Film Colt
I F Cinematografiche
|Distributed by||American International Pictures-(USA)|
|August 10, 1966 (Italy)
December 4, 1968 (USA)
|Box office||(ITL) 365,000,000|
Massacre Time (aka Tempo di massacro, The Brute and the Beast, Colt Concert) is a 1966 Spaghetti Western feature film starring Franco Nero. It is noteworthy as the first of a very few westerns directed by horror icon Lucio Fulci.
Nero portrays Tom Corbett, a prospector called back to his hometown by a family friend. Upon his arrival in the town, Tom finds it under the control of a powerful, corrupt family. With the help of his alcoholic brother, Tom sets out to challenge the family and free the town from their rule.
- Franco Nero as Tom Corbett
- George Hilton as Jeffrey Corbett
- Linda Sini as Brady (credited as Lynn Shane)
- Giuseppe Addobbati as Mr. Scott (credited as John M. Douglas)
- Nino Castelnuovo as Jason 'Junior' Scott
- Tom Felleghy as Murray
This was released on a limited edition R0 NTSC DVD by Wild East Productions under its alternate title "The Brute and the Beast" in 2012.
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