Bandidos (film)

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Directed by Massimo Dallamano (as Max Dillman)
Produced by Solly V. Bianco
Written by Romano Migliorini
Gianbattista Mussetto
Juan Cobos (screenplay)
Luis Laso
Juan Cobos (story)
Starring Enrico Maria Salerno
Terry Jenkins
María Martín
Music by Egisto Macchi
Cinematography Emilio Foriscot
Edited by Gianmaria Messeri
Release date
15 October 1967 (Italy)
Running time
95 min.
Country Italy
Language Italian

Bandidos (also known as You Die... But I Live and Guns of Death) is a 1967 Italian spaghetti western film. It marked the directorial debut in a feature film of the then cinematographer Massimo Dallamano.[1]


Renowned gunman Richard Martin is travelling on a train which is held up by Billy Kane, a former student of Martin's. Kane spares Martin, but only after shooting his hands. Years later, Martin meets an escaped convict, wrongly convicted for the train robbery. Martin trains his new student and both men seek out Billy Kane.



  1. ^ Marco Giusti. Dizionario del western all'italiana. Mondadori, 2007. pp. 38–39. ISBN 88-04-57277-9. 

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