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La pazienza ha un limite... noi no! (1974)

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Cast

Credited cast:
Pietro Martellanza ... 'Pupo' Bill McDonald (as Peter Martel)
Sal Borgese ... 'Pistolero' Duke McDonald
Rita Di Lernia Rita Di Lernia ... Mrs. McDonald
Pepe Ruiz Pepe Ruiz
Ramón Lillo Ramón Lillo ... (as Ray Nolan)
Carla Mancini Carla Mancini
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Luis Barboo ... Joe, the Blacksmith
Bruno Boschetti Bruno Boschetti
José Luis Chinchilla José Luis Chinchilla
Luciano De Ritis Luciano De Ritis
Luigi Antonio Guerra Luigi Antonio Guerra
Marisa Medina Marisa Medina ... Isabel
Armando Morandi Armando Morandi
Venancio Muro Venancio Muro
Francisco Nieto Francisco Nieto
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Genres:

Comedy | Western

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Country:

Italy | Spain

Language:

Italian

Release Date:

27 September 1974 (Italy) See more »

Also Known As:

Patience Has a Limit, We Don't See more »

Filming Locations:

Colmenar Viejo, Madrid, Spain See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Technicolor)

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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The Ballad of Bill and Duke
Sung by Eo Pappon
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Inferior spoof Spaghetti Paella Western coproduced by Italy and Spain , made in Terence Hill and Bud Spencer style
30 December 2017 | by ma-cortesSee all my reviews

Two Mcdonald brothers , the bungler Pupo :Peter Martell and the botcher Duke: Sal Borgese , who live with their mother :Lernia , go out to look for a treasure that their father had previously robbed to Northern Army 20 years earlier. Both , Pupo and Duke , have two halves of the map that leads to treasure .They are pursued by bandits , as Pepe Ruiz , and bounty hunters. Meanwhile, Duke assaults some banks, but things get worse.

Below average Pasta Chorizo Western coproduced by Italy and Spain with usual ingredients as shootouts , fights , go riding and lots of humor with tongue in cheek . There are several brawls and fighting , including punches , slaps and Kickass , but with no blood , neither violence , but hilarious confrontation. Customary Spaghetti with ordinary actors as Peter Martell who performed a great number of Ravioli Westerns as Fury of Johnny Kid, Arizona Colt , Two crosses in Danger Pass , Lola Colt, Two men one death , Forgotten Pistolero , Unholy Four . Although he made other genres as Giallo or Terror as Omicidio Per Appuntamento , Death walks at midnight , Killer Baby against Dracula , and Tears of Kali . Costars Sal Borgese , a habitual secondary in all kinds of Italian genres and he played several films usually comical and support roles. Furthermore, a lot of Spanish secondaries as Pepe Ruiz , Ramon Lillo , Luis Barboo, Manuel Zarzo and Marisa Medina.

Atmospheric and evocative cinematography by Miguel Mila , a good cameraman who photographed various Westerns as Joaquin Murrieta , Jim Golden Parker , El Hombre que mato Billy El Niño , Ocaso de un pistolero, Los cuatro implacables , Manos Torpes , El Halcon De Sierra Madre , and La tumba de un pistolero . Being shot on location in Colmenar Viejo, Manzanares del Real , Madrid surroundings , Studios Ballesteros , Madrid and Elios Studios , Rome . The motion picture was lousy directed by Franco Cierre , under pseudonym Frank Farrow in his only film.


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