Shoot the Living, Pray for the Dead
Shoot the Living, Pray for the Dead ★★ Prega il Morto e Ammazza il Vivo 1970
While travelling through Mexico, the leader of a band of killers promises his guide half of a share in stolen gold if he can lead them to it. 90m/C VHS . IT Klaus Kinski, Victoria Zinny, Paul Sullivan, Dino Stano; D: Giuseppe Vari; C: Franco Villa; M: Mario Migliardi.
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