A Coffin for the Sheriff / Una bara per lo sceriffo (Mario Caiano, 1965)


(Gritz) #41

I concur, just got my copy in the mail today and it’s a great release. I already had this on a Wild East double bill but here the film runs 2 mins longer the picture quality is an upgrade so I am a happy gunslinger.


(JonathanCorbett) #42

Both Gonzalo Braña and Francisco R. Alacid are in the 1966 Spanish movie Cotolay, now available on YouTube as El niño y el lobo.

Our henchman named Sam is in, there’s no doubt about it! The guy on the left could be the same actor who plays Peter, but having checked quickly I’m not sure of that.


(JonathanCorbett) #43

Also present in Gianni Puccini’s Fury of Johnny Kid


(carlos) #44

After watching Cotolay, the more I compare the guy in El Cadete San Martin, I’m seeing him, if you shaved Sam, the woodcutter or the Mounters son, or put a beard on him. The YouTube video is too low resolution to see facial lines but these all may be the same guy.

Looks like you’re on to Peter and the other woodcutter too


(JonathanCorbett) #45

Good, it looks like we finally found out which of the two is Gonzalo!

Isn’t the other bearded henchman on Reply #38, 2nd pic Rafael Vaquero?


(carlos) #46

Yes, but the guy behind him is also familiar.


(JonathanCorbett) #47

From Adios Gringo

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