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Gunslinger's Revenge (18-Dec-1998)

Original Title: Il Mio West

Director: Giovanni Veronesi

Writers: Giovanni Veronesi; Leonardo Pieraccioni

From novel: Jodo Cartamigli by Vincenzo Pardini

Music by: Pino Donaggio

Producers: Vittorio Cecchi Gori; Rita Cecchi Gori

Keywords: Spaghetti Western

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
David Bowie
8-Jan-1947 10-Jan-2016 Ziggy Stardust
Sandrine Holt
19-Nov-1972   Black Robe
Harvey Keitel
13-May-1939   Pimp from Taxi Driver


Harvey Keitel   ...   Johnny Lowen
Leonardo Pieraccioni   ...   Doc
Sandrine Holt   ...   Pearl
David Bowie   ...   Jack Sikora
Jim van der Woude   ...   Joshua
Alessia Marcuzzi   ...   Mary
Yudii Mercredi   ...   Jeremiah
Rosalind Knight   ...   Mrs. Willow
Donald Hodson   ...   Mayor
Sean Baker   ...   Telegraph Operator
Michelle Gomez   ...   Leather Girl
Stephen Jenn   ...   Albino
Kwame Kwei Armah   ...   Rastafarian
Andrew Dunford   ...   Piano Player
Jimmy Herman   ...   Indian Grandfather
Wilma Pelly   ...   Indian Grandmother
Lorenzo Wilde   ...   Lieutenant
Valentina Carnelutti   ...   1st Dancing Girl
Cristina Moglia   ...   2nd Dancing Girl
Clive Kneller   ...   Slim
Chris John Hartz   ...   Old Grizzly
James Weedon   ...   Truman
Giustina Morganti   ...   Slim's Wife
John Satriano   ...   Mayor's Son
Jean Heywood   ...   Miss Comet
Nicholas Hunt   ...   Hunter
Danilo Mattei   ...   1st Cardplayer
Bruce Byron   ...   2nd Cardplayer


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