Today We Kill, Tomorrow We Die! (1968)

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A man, released after a jail term for a crime he did not commit, raises a gang to go after the man who framed him.


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28 November 2010 | claudio_carvalho
6
| An Entertaining Western
After five years in jail, Bill Kiowa (Montgomery Ford) is released and he hires four skilled men for his gang: the tough O'Bannion (Bud Spencer); the sheriff Jeff Milton (Wayde Preston); the gunman Bunny Fox (Stanley Gordon); and the gambler Francis 'Colt' Moran (William Berger), using the money his father gave to him. Bill seeks revenge against the sadistic leader of the Comancheros James Elfego (Tatsuya Nakadai), who killed his Indian wife Mirana Kiowa (Diana Madigan) and framed Bill that was sent to prison.

"Oggi a me... domani a te!" is an entertaining western with a story of revenge written by Dario Argento and the director Tonino Cervi. The poor DVD released in Brazil by Diafilme Distributor has many mistakes in the cover: the name of Dario Argento is highlighted as actor in the front cover; the synopsis is totally wrong; and the name of the director is also wrong (Giulio Petroni, instead of Tonino Cervi). Further, the DVD does not have the original audio in Italian, but only dubbed in Portuguese and in English without subtitles. My vote is six.

Title (Brazil): "Mato Hoje, Morro Amanhã" ("Kill Today, Die Tomorrow")

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