Find a Place to Die

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Find a Place to Die
Find a Place to Die.jpg
Directed by Giuliano Carnimeo
Hugo Fregonese
Produced by Hugo Fregonese
Written by Lamberto Benvenuti
Giuliano Carnimeo
Hugo Fregonese
Music by Gianni Ferrio
Cinematography Riccardo Pallottini
Release date
  • 1968 (1968)
Country Italy
Language Italian

Find a Place to Die (1968) (aka Joe... cercati un posto per morire!) is a spaghetti western starring Jeffrey Hunter and Pascale Petit. It was co-written and directed by Giuliano Carnimeo (credited as Anthony Ascott) with sequences directed by Hugo Fregonese[1] who also produced the film.


A remake of 1954's Garden of Evil. A beautiful woman recruits five men to help save her husband trapped in their gold mine menaced by a vicious gang of bandits led by Chato. One of the five men is a member of the gang, another sells weapons to Chato. They are joined by a man professing to be a pastor. All of the party want the gold and the woman for themselves.



Hunter had a financial interest in the picture, and controlled its initial distribution in the United States.

This was one of Hunter's last films. He died in 1969.


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