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Death Rides a Horse (Italian: Da uomo a uomo, lit. ‘As man to man’) is a 1967 Italian Spaghetti Western directed by Giulio Petroni, written by Luciano Vincenzoni and starring Lee Van Cleef and John Phillip Law.
Bill (John Phillip Law), a boy whose father was killed and mother and sister were raped and murdered in front of him by a gang, sets out 15 years later to exact revenge, having used the time to become an expert marksman with a gun. Each of the outlaws bears a characteristic that Bill memorized while watching his family slaughtered and his house set on fire: the first has a tattoo of four aces on his chest, the second a scar, the third one a distinctive earring and the fourth (who was the one who saved young Bill from the burning house) wears a necklace bearing a skull; while he saw the face of the fifth, he never saw the face of the man who saved him from the fire.
As he begins his journey, a gunfighter named Ryan (Lee Van Cleef) is released from a prison after serving 15 years there. He was framed for an armed robbery by the very same men who murdered Bill’s family. When they meet along the way, Ryan gets the better of Bill, who is blinded by vengeance, but he does Bill no harm. In the next town, Ryan asks for a man named Cavanaugh (Anthony Dawson), whom Bill recognized later as the man with four aces tattoo. Bill manages to kill Cavanaugh in a duel, but the more experienced Ryan insists on tracking the other outlaws alone. They cross paths again in Lyndon City, where Ryan meets rich banker named Walcott (Luigi Pistilli) and demands his share of the robbery 15 years ago. Walcott stages a robbery on his own bank and frames Ryan. When the tables are turned later, Bill reciprocates, helping Ryan escape from a jail. An equally determined Bill sets out ahead of him.
Bill reaches a Mexican town, where he recognizes the man with the big earring and guns him down. He is captured by the outlaws, beaten and buried alive from the neck down (he had also recognized the man with the scar and Walcott). Left to die in the hot sun, he is rescued by Ryan, who shoots several men standing guard. Preparing for the gang’s return, Bill notices that Ryan is wearing a necklace with a skull. Ryan admits he was present during the murders, but arrived late and did not participate; he also rescued Bill from the fire. He gives his word that once the outlaws have been dealt with, he will remain to face whatever justice Bill seeks.
In a final shootout during a sand storm, the last remaining man who killed Bill’s family has him dead to rights, only to be killed by Ryan’s thrown knife. Bill nonetheless insists on revenge. Ryan’s gun is empty, so Bill tosses a bullet to him. He has just one bullet left now himself. Ryan turns his back and walks away, daring Bill to shoot him in the back. Bill fires, but it is only to kill a surviving outlaw. A grateful Ryan then watches as he mounts his horse and rides away.Read more: Death Rides A Horse-FULL ORIGINAL MOVIE-UNRATED VERSION
- Lee Van Cleef as Ryan
- John Phillip Law as Bill Meceita
- Mario Brega as One-Eye, Walcott henchman in waistcoat
- Luigi Pistilli as Walcott
- Anthony Dawson as Burt Cavanaugh/Manina
- Jose Torres as Pedro
- Franco Balducci as Lyndon City sheriff
- Bruno Corazzari as Walcott bartender
- Felicita Fanny as Martita
- Ignazio Leone as Minister
- Carlo Pisacane as Holly Spring station master
- Angelo Susani as Paco
- Guglielmo Spoletini as Manuel
- Vivienne Bocca as Bill Meceita’s sister
- Walter Giulangeli as Mr. Meceita
- Elena Hall as Mrs. Meceita
- Mario Mandalari as Walcott henchman
- Nazzareno Natale (c.s.c.) as Member of Pedro’s gang
- Ennio Pagliani as Walcott henchman
- Giovanni Petrucci as Walcott henchman
- Romano Puppo as Lyndon City deputy
- Richard Watson as bartender
- Archie Savage as Vigro
Uncredited (in order of appearance)
- Carla Cassola as Betsy
- Nerina Montagnani as the Minister’s wife
- Nino Vingelli as Card player
- Remo Capitani as Gold escort member
- José Terrón as Walcott’s henchman
- Jeff Cameron as Cavanaugh’s henchman
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