R | | Western
A history professor has a chance meeting with an infamous outlaw and eventually assumes leadership of his gang.
Charlie Siringo (spelt "Charley Siringo" on a poster in the film) really existed and did what the character in the film does. He worked as an agent for Pinkerton.
Professor Brad Fletcher:
I've an announcement to make, and I find it... very painful. I'm unable to... continue this history course. But as you perhaps know, it's not a matter of my own volition. However, the study of history can be suspended... and resumed at any point. ...
When Fletcher is rallying the people of Puerto del Fuego after the botched bank robbery, the blood from Maria's wound on his left hand has disappeared.
Carlo Simi is given a "sets and costumes" credit on Italian prints, while English prints credit him as the "art director".
When 'Face to Face' was brought before the BBFC by Butcher's Film Service, it was cut from 112 minutes to 93 minutes to receive an 'A' rating. The 93-minute version of the English dub (featuring the voices of Tomas Milian and William Berger reprising their on-screen roles) was for some time the most widely available, having been released on Explosive Media's (out of print) 2-disc DVD release and Kino Lorber's Blu-ray, while the uncut English version was later released by Explosive Media on a single-disc DVD and in the first print run (of 1000 copies) of their Blu-ray release, which also contains the shorter English version. The scenes removed from the 93-minute English version were:
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