Il pistolero segnato da Dio
|Il pistolero segnato da dio|
|Directed by||Giorgio Ferroni|
|Music by||Carlo Rustichelli|
|Edited by||Giorgio Ferroni|
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Il pistolero segnato da dio directed the film under his name he used for Westerns Calvin Jackson Padget. It was filmed at Elios Studios and on location in Rome. Richard Stapley spoke about the film stating he was introduced to the film by his agents who told him Ferroni was a "first-class director" and that Stapley would "have a great time working with him." Stapley recalled he was furious with the director as he was cast as "the baddie, which was not the most important part. I had never played a baddie before, but he told me that I would enjoy it, it's always more fun to play the villain." Stapley described the film a having a moderate budget and a considerably longer shooting schedule, recalling that it lasted over six weeks.
In 1996, when journalist Robert Monell interviewed actor Richard Wyler that Bava had partially worked as the cinematographer on Il pistolero segnato da dio Sandro Mancori is credited as the films cinematographer and who worked with Bava anonymously on earlier productions.
As of 2013, Il pistolero segnato da Dio was never released in the United States and no English-language version of the film is known to exist.
- "Il pistolero segnato da Dio (1968)" (in Italian). Archvio del cinema italiano. Retrieved May 8, 2020.
- Marco Giusti. Dizionario del western all'italiana. Mondadori, 2007. ISBN 88-04-57277-9.
- Roberto Poppi, Mario Pecorari. Dizionario del cinema italiano. I film. Gremese Editore, 2007. ISBN 8884405033.
- Lucas 2013, p. 758.
- Lucas 2013, p. 761.
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