I Came, I Saw, I Shot / I tre che sconvolsero il West (Enzo G. Castellari, 1968)

Put this in the other night and had to take it out…a poor one…if anyone thinks I’m wrong, let me know…

I don’t know at the moment which Castellari film this is (probaly any Gun Can Play?), but there is a thread for it under its better known title (check the database, there should be a link to the thread). Please ask your question there again and erase this thread.

Seems to be I Came, I saw, I shot

Apparently it was called One Dollar too Many in the US. Any Gun can Play was For a Few Bullets More.
I guess Kill them all and come back alone was A Fistful of Civil War Bastards

it’s one of the most crap SWs i ever seen!!!

Yes it is, and the topics are merged now.

(Where was the silent merger when the world needed him?)

well, somebody should switch on his mergsignal in the time of crisis

Watched this one for the first time, and it will be the last time. Starts ok, and then it’s all down hill. Although the three leads are good especially John Saxon, it’s the stupid comedy that makes this a turkey.1.5/5

I think this one has some good bits. I like the part when Wolff has Sabato tied up and he keeps shooting the ropes. I also laughed at some of the comedy. The music did give me a headache though. It’s one of those films that doesn’t let you rest.

Rossella Bergamonti is Conchita, the saloon singer bringing luck to Saxon’s poker game. IMDB has Edy Biagetti as Mr. Baker. I assume they mean the cheating poker player. Biagetti is also credited in Il bianco, il giallo, il nero. Comparing to Biagetti’s page here he appears to be one of the Watson brothers.

Josefina Serratosa is Mrs Carey, trying to keep her horny old man (Antonio Vico) away from pretty girls. Leonardo Scavino, last picture from Keomo, is the banker who is at the poker game and later robbed.

Roberto Font, here credited as Roberto Fuente (could be his real name?), is Miguel Fuentes, father of Rosaria (Agata Flori) and the Fuentes clan. Pilar Vela is not Pilar Velasquez but Pilar Vela, credited in a few westerns including Los rebeldes de Arizona (2nd) and In the Dust of the Sun. She is Maria, the mother of the Fuentes clan (1st pic).

@JonathanCorbett, I was sure you had posted about Caterina Trentini, but I can’t find it. I’m not sure about her. We have her as the newlywed bride. Do you know if this is she?


Probably you’re referring to The Guess a Movie Screenshot Thread, it’s been three and a half years. :slight_smile:

I think it’s her, have you found alternative possibilities?

Could be, even though according to various web sources his full name was Roberto Font Donís, son of actors Enrique Font and Elisa Donís.

These are the other female characters. The first 2 are speaking roles.

So it’s confirmed, Caterina plays the newlywed bride.

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Is anybody after this one? I have the old UK VHS. I can sell or trade it.