Amore, piombo e furore1978

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Amore, piombo e furore
Directed by:
Tony Brandt and Monte Hellman

"Amore, piombo e furore" (also known as "Gunfire", "China 9, Liberty 37", "Love, Bullets and Frenzy") is 1978 Western film directed by Tony Brandt and Monte Hellman . Warren Oates is starring, alongside Fabio Testi, Jenny Agutter, Sam Peckinpah, Isabel Mestres and Gianrico Tondinelli.

Who directed "Amore, piombo e furore":

Amore, piombo e furore was directed by Tony Brandt and Monte Hellman.

Tony Brandt is an actor, and director.

Monte Hellman is an American director, actor, writer, and producer. Before directing Amore, piombo e furore, he had directed The Greatest, released in 1977, Cockfighter (1974), Shatter (1974), Two-Lane Blacktop (1971), The Shooting (1967), and Back Door to Hell (1964). Since, Monte Hellman directed Avalanche Express, released in 1979, Iguana (1988), Silent Night, Deadly Night III: Better Watch Out! (1989).

Who is at the casting of "Amore, piombo e furore":

At the casting of Amore, piombo e furore we find Warren Oates, previously seen in Sleeping Dogs (1977) and American Raspberry (1977); Fabio Testi (L' Eredità Ferramonti (1976), Quattro dell'apocalisse, I (1975)); Jenny Agutter (Dominique (1978), Equus (1977)) [ more... ]

    What is the Storyline of "Amore, piombo e furore":

    Gunslinger Clayton Drumm (Testi) is about to be hanged when railroad company men offer him a chance to live if he will agree to murder Matthew (Oates), a miner who has steadfastly refused to sell his land to the railroad. Matthew's refusal is a major obstacle to the railroad's plans for expansion.

    Although he naturally accepts the assignment, Clayton has become weary of killing and wants to try to build a new life for himself. The would-be killer and his potential victim meet and quickly become [...]

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