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Director  Joe DAmato
Duration  
Music director  Carlo Rustichelli
6.1/10 IMDb

Genre  Adventure, Western
Running time  1h 28m
Language  Italian
Giubbe rosse movie poster
Release date  1975
Writer  Joe DAmato (story), Claudio Bernabei (story)
Screenplay  Joe DAmato, George Eastman, Claudio Bernabei
Story by  Joe DAmato, Claudio Bernabei
Similar movies  Django Unchained, Once Upon a Time in the West, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, Argo, For a Few Dollars More, A Fistful of Dollars

Giubbe rosse / Red Coats (internationally released as Cormack of the Mounties, Killers of the Savage North, Red Coat and Royal Mounted Police) is a 1975 Italian adventure film co-written and directed by Joe D'Amato. It is part of a brief series of films that tried to market the commercial success of Lucio Fulci's White Fang presenting very similar plots and settings. D'Amato co-wrote the film with writer/actor Luigi Montefiori (a.k.a. George Eastman), who went on to star in a dozen or more D'Amato films.

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It was the first film that Aristide Massaccesi signed with his stage name Joe D'Amato.

Plot

Cormack, a tough Mountie, once jailed a vicious criminal named Cariboo. When Cariboo breaks out of the prison, he returns to Cormack's district of the Canadian wilderness, seeking revenge on the lawman who sent him to jail.

Cast

  • Fabio Testi : Corporal Bill Cormack
  • Guido Mannari : Cariboo
  • Lynne Frederick : Elizabeth
  • Marco D'Annunzio : Cochise
  • Renato Cestiè : Jimmy
  • Lionel Stander : Doctor Higgins
  • Wendy D'Olive : Shee-Noa
  • Robert Hundar : Wolf
  • Lars Bloch : Andy
  • Bruno Corazzari : Logan
  • References

    Giubbe rosse Wikipedia
    Giubbe rosse IMDbGiubbe rosse themoviedb.org


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