Sette winchester per un massacro
|Directed by||Enzo G. Castellari|
|Music by||Francesco De Masi|
Sette winchester per un massacro (trad. Seven Winchesters for a Massacre, internationally released as Renegade Riders, Blake's Marauders and Payment in Blood) is a 1967 Italian spaghetti western film. It represents the official film debut for director Enzo G. Castellari (here credited E.G. Rowland), after his uncredited co-direction of Few Dollars for Django. The film stars Edd Byrnes in his first "spaghetti western" and Guy Madison.
Following the American Civil War a bunch of deserted Confederate soldiers dwell in Mexico and make a living on terrorising the villages around. Bounty hunter Stuart and his assistant Manuela shall put a crackdown on these misdeeds.
- Edd Byrnes – Stuart
- Guy Madison – Colonnello Thomas Blake
- Ennio Girolami – Chamaco Gonzales (as Thomas Moore)
- Luisa Baratto – Manuela (as Louise Barrett)
- Federico Boido – Fred (as Ryk Boyd)
Wild East released this alongside Red Blood, Yellow Gold in an out-of-print limited edition R0 NTSC DVD in 2008.
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