| 6.4/10 |
Louis Garfinkle, Ugo Liberatore, Albert Band
That's all McCord gives them!
A Minute to Pray, a Second to Die (Italian: ''Un minuto per pregare, un instante per morire'', also known as Dead or Alive - The Prodigal Gun, Escondido and Outlaw Gun) is a 1968 Italian spaghetti western. It is the fourth and last western directed by Franco Giraldi. It was originally intended as being directed by Sergio Corbucci and the cast was to include also Raffaella Carrà and Renzo Palmer. The American version of the film was heavily cut and handled, including a different ending, and it lasts 16 minutes less than the original version.
McLord is a wanted criminal. He frequently suffers with fits which hinder him to defend himself. His condition seems to deteriorate continuously. Seeking shelter he enters the lawless town Escondido although it is currently under siege by a high-ranked law enforcement officer. There he gets to know the young Laurinda and finds a doctor who discovers the reason for his fits. Unlike he feared he's not epileptic and can be cured for good. Yet he's still an outlaw and that is in the end his downfall.Alex Cord – Clay McCord
Arthur Kennedy – Tuscosa Marshal Roy W. Colby
Robert Ryan – New Mexico Gov. Lem Carter
Nicoletta Machiavelli – Laurinda
Mario Brega – Krant
Enzo Fiermonte – Dr. Chase
Giampiero Albertini – Fred Duskin
Renato Romano – 'Cheap' Charlie
Franco Lantieri – Deputy Marshal Butler
John Bartha – Cittadino
José Canalejas – Seminole - Bounty Hunter
Daniel Martín – Father Santana
Antonio Molino Rojo – Sein
Lorenzo Robledo – Bounty Hunter
Aldo Sambrell – Jesús María
Antonio Vico – Jonas
Nino Vingelli – man at Saloon
According to ABC records, the movie made a loss of $165,000.
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