Sundance and the Kid
Sundance and the Kid is (Italian: Vivi o, preferibilmente, morti, lit. 'Alive or Preferably Dead') a 1969 Spaghetti Western comedy directed by Duccio Tessari and starring Giuliano Gemma, Nino Benvenuti, and Sydne Rome. The film was also released under the titles Alive or Preferably Dead and Sundance Cassidy and Butch the Kid.
|Sundance and the Kid|
|Directed by||Duccio Tessari|
|Story by||Ennio Flaiano|
|Music by||Gianni Ferrio|
|Edited by||Mario Morra|
|Distributed by||Interfilm (Italy)|
Two estranged brothers, city gambler Monty (Gemma) and Wild West farmer Ted Mulligan (Benvenuti) inherit $300,000 from their late uncle, on condition that they endure to live together for six months. The two start fighting about everything, and trouble begins as soon as Monty arrives in Ted's hometown.
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