Release date1968 (1968) WriterLamberto Benvenuti (screenplay), Lamberto Benvenuti (story), Leonardo Benvenuti (additional material), Giuliano Carnimeo (screenplay), Hugo Fregonese (screenplay), Hugo Fregonese (story) Initial releaseSeptember 21, 1968 (Italy) ScreenplayGiuliano Carnimeo, Hugo Fregonese, Lamberto Benvenuti CastJeffrey Hunter (Joe Collins), Pascale Petit (Lisa Martin), Piero Lulli (Paul Martin (as Peter Lull)), Daniela Giordana (Juanita), Adolfo Lastretti (Rev. Riley (as Peter Lastrett)), Gianni Pallavicino (Gomez) Similar moviesDjango, Django Unchained, Once Upon a Time in the West, The Big Gundown, Django the Bastard, Hole in the Forehead
Find a place to die 1968 jeffrey hunter hd spagetti western
Find a Place to Die (1968) (aka Joe... cercati un posto per morire!) is a spaghetti western starring Jeffrey Hunter and Pascale Petit. It was co-written and directed by Giuliano Carnimeo (credited as Anthony Ascott) with sequences directed by Hugo Fregonese who also produced the film.
A remake of 1954's Garden of Evil. A beautiful woman recruits five men to help save her husband trapped in their gold mine menaced by a vicious gang of bandits led by Chato. One of the five men is a member of the gang, another sells weapons to Chato. They are joined by a man professing to be a pastor. All of the party want the gold and the woman for themselves.
Jeffrey Hunter as Joe Collins
Pascale Petit as Lisa Martin
Piero Lulli (Peter Lull) as Paul Martin
Reza Fazeli as Paco
Daniela Giordano as Juanita
Adolfo Lastretti (Peter Lastrett) as Reverend Riley
Giovanni Pallavicino (Gordon York) as Gomez
Giovanni Pazzafini (Ted Carter) as Fernando
Mario Darndanelli (Mario Darnell) as Chato
Seraphino Profuno as Miguel
Anthony Blond as Bobo
Umberto Di Grazia as bandit
Hunter had a financial interest in the picture, and controlled its initial distribution in the United States.
This was one of Hunter's last films. He died in 1969.