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Featured Cast

  1. Giuliano Gemma

    Giuliano Gemma

    Capt. Montgomery Brown / 'Ringo', Ringo

  2. Frank Wolff

    Frank Wolff


  3. Jeffrey Hunter

    Jeffrey Hunter

    Joe Collins

  4. Lorella De Luca

    Lorella De Luca

    Helen Brown / Hally Fitzgerald, Miss Ruby

  5. Fernando Sancho

    Fernando Sancho

    Esteban Fuentes, Sancho

  6. Anthony Steffen
  7. Pascale Petit

    Pascale Petit

    Lisa Martin

  8. Eduardo Fajardo
  9. Piero Lulli

    Piero Lulli

    Paul Martin

  10. Antonio Casas

    Antonio Casas

    Sheriff Carson, Maj. Clyde

  11. Nieves Navarro

    Nieves Navarro

    Rosita, Dolores

  12. Armando Calvo
  13. Adolfo Lastretti

    Adolfo Lastretti

    Rev. Riley

Featured Crew

A Pistol for Ringo

May 12, 1965

Giuliano Gemma stars as a cool, cocky mercenary enlisted by a sheriff to infiltrate a ruthless gang of outlaws. Ennio Morricone provided the score to this early spaghetti western hit.

The Return of Ringo

December 8, 1965

Once again billed as Montgomery Wood, Giuliano Gemma plays a civil war soldier who returns to his family land to find his family decimated, his property taken over by a family of Mexican bandits and his fiancee about to marry the Mexican gangster behind all this. Bent on revenge, he goes undercover disguised as a Mexican and discovers he has a daughter!

Director Mario Caiano, best known for horror films like Amanti d' Oltretomba, co-wrote this much-parodied spaghetti western. Another in a long line of films titled for Lorne Greene's 1964 hit song "Ringo". Antonio De Teffe and Eduardo Fajardo star as two friends who rescue bumbling bandit Fidel (Armando Calvo) from a shootout. While patching him up, they discover half of a treasure map tattooed on his back. Learning that the other half is tattooed on the back of someone else, they set about trying to put the two halves together while being joined by card sharp and all round trickster Frank Wolff, who discovers their secret and wants in on the deal. American director Paul Bartel put a bizarre spin on the story in his comedic western, Lust in the Dust.

Find a Place to Die

September 21, 1968

An outcast Confederate soldier protects a woman from bandits trying to steal her gold mine.

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