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Kill Them All and Come Back Alone
File:Go Kill Everybody and Come Back Alone.jpg
US film poster
Directed byEnzo G. Castellari
Screenplay byTito Carpi
Francesco Scardamaglia
Joaquín Romero Hernández
Enzo G. Castellari
Story byTito Carpi
Enzo G. Castellari
Produced byEdmondo Amati
StarringChuck Connors
Frank Wolff
Franco Citti
Leo Anchoriz
Ken Wood
CinematographyAlejandro Ulloa
Edited byTatiana Casini Morigi
Music byFrancesco De Masi
Production
company
Fida Cinematografica
Centauro Films
Distributed byFida Cinematografica (Italy)
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (US)
Release date
31 December 1968
Running time
100 minutes
CountryItaly
Spain
LanguageItalian
English


Kill Them All and Come Back Alone (Italian: Ammazzali tutti e torna solo) is a 1968 Italian Spaghetti Western film directed by Enzo G. Castellari.[1] It stars American actors Chuck Connors and Frank Wolff, and features a film score by Francesco De Masi.

Story[]

During the American Civil War, a Confederate prisoner, Clyde McKay, attempts to steal a box of gold from a Union prison camp. He is aided by a group of prisoners and a prison guard but he is double-crossed along the way.

Cast[]

  • Chuck Connors as Clyde McKay/Link
  • Frank Wolff as Captain Lynch
  • Franco Citti as Hoagy
  • Leo Anchoriz as Deker/Dexter
  • Giovanni Cianfriglia (as Ken Wood) as Blade
  • Alberto Dell'Acqua as the Kid
  • Hercules Cortez as Bogard
  • Furio Menicori (as Men Fury) as Buddy
  • Alfonso Rojas as Sergeant
  • John Bartha as Prison camp captain
  • Vincenzo Maggio as Soldier
  • Osiride Pevarello as Soldier
  • Sergio Citti as Soldier
  • Antonio Molino Rojo as Soldier
  • Pietro Torrisi as Soldier
  • Ugo Adinolfi
  • C. Fantoni

Releases[]

Wild East Productions released this on a limited edition DVD in 2008.

References[]

External links[]

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