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Bullet for the General (A)

Country: Italy, Language: English, 135 mins

Original Title

El chuncho, quien sabe?
  • Director: Damiano Damiani
  • Writer: Salvatore Laurani; Franco Solinas
  • Producer: Bianco Manini

CGiii Comment

Spaghetti - possibly, the most ridiculous of genres.

It's about time that this genre was re-appraised and, rightfully, demoted.

Woeful subtext, wooden acting, interfering women, diabolical dubbing...the list goes on.

Spaghetti is a dish best served...with sauce, on a table.


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The(ir) Blurb...

In the rough years of the revolution in Mexico, the hardened bandit chief, El Chucho, is in need of arms, ammunition, and a much-sought-after machine gun to support the leader of the revolution, the rebel General, Elías. With this in mind, Chucho attacks a government supply train and gets an unforeseen assistance from Bill Tate--the American gringo in the impeccable suit--with whom will soon become friends. Now, Bill is truly indispensable to the gang, however, could he be hiding his true objective behind a boyish and calm face?

Cast & Characters

Gian Maria Volonte as Chuncho Munos / 'El Chuncho';
Klaus Kinski as El Santo;
Martine Beswick as Adelita;
Lou Castel as Bill 'Nino' Tate;
Jaime Fernandez as Gen. Elias;
Andrea Checchi as Don Feliciano;
Spartaco Conversi as Cirillo;
Joaquin Parra as Picaro;
Aldo Sambrell as Lt. Alvaro Ferreira;
Jose Manuel Martin as Raimundo