Overview

Lanky Fellow has a typical cynical SW like way to earn his living. He observes valuable transports of money or gold, but when they are robbed he doesn't intervene, but follows the robbers and then brings the loot back to collect the insurance. When his "job" brings him in conflict with the notorious outlaw Gus Kenneback, he has personal reasons to protect the money as Kenneback was once responsible for the death of Lanky's brother. Source: SWDB http://www.spaghetti-western.net

  1. Tonino Valerii

    Director, Story

  2. VĂ­ctor Auz

    Screenplay

  3. Frank Gregory

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Craig Hill

    Craig Hill

    Hank "Lanky" Fellows

  2. George Martin

    Gus Kennebeck

  3. Fernando Sancho

    Fernando Sancho

    Sanchez

  4. Piero Lulli

    Piero Lulli

    Collins

  5. Franco Ressel

    Franco Ressel

    Aarons

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Taste of Killing
Taste of Killing

Facts

Original Title Per il gusto di uccidere

Status Released

Release Information

  • August 6, 1966
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language Italian

Runtime 1h 27m

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