Nevada Joehttp://www.spaghetti-western.net/index.php/Oeste_Nevada_Joe (George Martin), a known fast gunman, rides into town and immediately becomes involved with and against the town’s lawless element. In short order he has a job offer from the pretty saloon proprietor (Katia Loritz) which he turns down, determined to move on. A series of events brings him in contact with the local mining operation run by, yes, another pretty woman (Adriana Ambesi) whom he finds very intriguing to say the least, and his resolve takes a hit. This is a Spanish western so we get some romance, which doesn’t really get out of hand, and some plot development (some might say slow), which I think is an overall pretty solid effort. If you like these early Spanish efforts you might want to give this one a shot.
(Doc Parker) X
(Doc’s niece & nurse) George Martin
Giuseppe Addobbati Katia Loritz
(Mary Blue) X
(saloon handyman) Could this be Juan Manuel Simón? He tends bar, waits on tables and even sweeps up. Whenever I find Simón credited I find this familiar face.
(Palmer, Brooks employee) Angel Lombarte
(Rick, head of the guards)
(Otto Greer) who loses his supervisor duties to Joe but remains as bookkeeper and advisor
(Colbert, center) Moisés Augusto Rocha
(Vincey, to Colbert’s left and behind)
Joe is introduced to the mine brass. Is that Marc Mazza on the right from My Name is Nobody & Grand Duel?