…e così divennero i 3 supermen del West (1973)

Italy, Spain, 1973
95m
35mm film, colour
Italian

An Italian/Spanish comedy science fiction film directed by Italo Martinenghi.

Plot Summary

The Three Supermen use Professor Panzarotti’s time machine and find themselves back in the Old West.

Credits

Crew
Directed by: Italo Martinenghi
Cinesecolo, Rofilm, Roma Film, Transcontinental
Produced by: Claudio Grassetti
Written by: Italo Martinenghi, Anthony Blond [real name: Anthony Blod], George Martin
Director of Photogeaphy: Jaime Deu Casas
Editor: Manlio Camastro
Music by: Bob Deramont [real name: Roberto Pregadio]
Sound: Bruno Brunacci
Make-up: Maria Teresa Cicchetti [real name: Teresa Cicchetti]
Art Director: Wolfgang Burmann

Cast
George Martin (George)
Sal Borgese (Sal)
Frank Braña (Brad)
Ágata Lys (Yolanda/Agata)
Gigi Bonos [real name: Luigi Bonos] (Professor Aristide Panzarotti)
Cris Huerta (Jake Patch)
Angelo Santaniello
Jean Claudio Yabes [real name: Gianclaudio Jabes (deputy #2)
Fred Harrison [real name: Fernando Bilbao (Sheriff Canticchia)
Juan Taberner (Oliver, undertaker)
Vittorio Fanfoni (American tourist)
Luigi Antonio Guerra
José Canalejas (Buffalo Bill)
Pedro Sanchez [real name: Ignazio Spalla] (Navajo Joe)
Fernando Sancho (FBI director)
Antonio Casas (reverend)

Alternative Titles

3 Super-Homens do Oeste – Brazilian title
3 superman sti hora tou Trinita – Greek re-release title
Three Supermen of the West – US title
Los tres superhombres en el Oeste – Spanish title
Oi superman xanahtypoun – Greek title

Sequel to
I fantastici 3 $upermen (1967)
Tre Supermen a Tokio (1968)
Che fanno i nostri supermen tra le vergini della jungla? (1970)
Çilgin kiz ve üç süper adam (1973)

Sequels
Crash! Che botte… strippo strappo stroppio (1973)
Superuomini, superdonne, superbotte (1974)
Meng long zheng dong (1975)
Süpermenler (1979)
Üç süpermen olimpiyatlarda (1984)
3 Supermen in Santo Domingo (1986)

References

Books

  • Horror and Science Fiction Films IV by Donald C. Willis p.150 – credits
  • The International Spy Guide 001 by Richard Rhys Davies p.278 – illustrated credits, note