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Guns of the Black Witch

Guns of the Black Witch

A Feature film by Domenico Paolella

Produced by Société Nouvelle de Cinématographie (SNC)

Release in France : 08/08/1962

    Synopsis

    In the 17th century, a village was the refuge of several French buccaneers. One day, the Spanish under the command of Guzmán, attacked the village and killed everybody, adults and children alike, Two brothers, who were wild kids, escaped because they were absent to play away from their parents; on their return home, they saw the end of the carnage, and vowed revenge. As adults, they made their name feared by the Maracaïbo Spanish colonists. Yet, jealousy made them fall apart of each other, and eventually one brother died - so the other would survive and be happy with the woman they loved.

    Source : IMDb

    Actors (10)

    Production and distribution (3)

    Executive Producer :

    Société Nouvelle de Cinématographie (SNC)

    French distribution :

    Les Films Marbeuf

    Foreign production company :

    Romana Film

    TV Broadcasts: Cumulative total

    TV broadcasts: details by country

    Full credits (5)

    Assistant Director :

    Umberto Lenzi

    Director of Photography :

    Carlo Bellero

    Music Composer :

    Michele Cozzoli

    Technical details

    Feature film

    Genres :

    Fiction

    Sub-genre :

    Adventure

    Production language :

    Italian

    Coproducer countries :

    Italy, France

    Original French-language productions :

    Unknown

    Production year :

    1962

    French release :

    08/08/1962

    Runtime :

    1 h 34 min

    Current status :

    Released

    Visa number :

    24882

    Visa issue date :

    12/07/1962

    Approval :

    Unknown

    Production formats :

    35mm

    Color type :

    Color

    Aspect ratio :

    CinemaScope

    Audio format :

    Mono