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E Dio disse a Caino

And God Said to Cain
Satan der Rache / Cain's Revenge

Italy / West Germany 1969
produced by
Giovanni Addessi, Peter Carsten (co) for D.C.7, Peter Carsten Produktion
directed by Anthony M. Dawson (= Antonio Margheriti)
starring Klaus Kinski, Peter Carsten, Marcella Michelangeli, Guido Lollobrigida, Antonio Cantafora, Giuliano Raffaelli, Alan Collins (= Luciano Pigozzi), Lucio De Santis, Furio Meniconi, Osiride Peverello, María Luisa Sala, Joaquín Blanco
written by Giovanni Addessi, Antonio Margheriti (= Anthony M. Dawson), music by Carlo Savina

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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10 years Gary Hamilton (Klaus Kinski) has spent in prison for a crime he didn't commit, because his best friend Acombar (Peter Carsten) and his wife Maria (Marcella Michelangeli) framed him, and now Acombar has moved into Hamilton's estate, has taken over his wealth and possessions ... and even his wife.

Now though Hamilton has been released, and he has only one thought, revenge.

As it turns out, Hamilton rides on a stagecoach with Dick (Antonio Cantafora), Hamilton's son on leave from military school returning home to visit his father - and he asks Dick to announce his visit that evening - with the desired effect, Hamilton and his gang are immediately on edge, but all are trying to (rather badly) hide it from Dick, who has no idea about his father's crimes. Acombar and his men are preparing to defend themselves against Hamilton, but for the same night, a tornado is announced ... and using a csecret atacomb-like system of mines beneath the city and the dust whirled up by the tronado to hide from Acombar's men, Hamilton has little problems entering the city and ring the chimes of the church, which puts Hamilton and company even more on edge. And from a myriad of hiding places, Hamilton makes good the terror the chimes are only promising when he shoots down Acombar's men by the dozen without them ever seeing him.

Eventually, Hamilton runs into Dick, but since the boy hasn't done anything to him, he refrains from shooting him, but tells him the truth about his dad - which leaves Dick shattered, but still, he promises his father to defend him and hunt down Hamilton. But Hamilton knows how to play his hand, and ultimately Acombar, who by now has pretty much run out of men, shoots his own son Dick, thinking him to be Hamilton. And he is by now so on edge that he shoots Maria toowhen she confronts him with it ... only then do he and Hamilton meet face to face, in a burning hall of mirrors ...

Of course, Hamilton kills his nemesis in the end, and his estate goes up in flames. But before Hamilton rides off, he throws away his gun, since he has accomplished his mission by killing Acombar.

 

Forget what other people tell you, E Dio disse a Caino is, besides Sergio Leone's classics and maybe one or two films by Sergio Corbucci, the best Spaghetti-Western (and one of the best Westerns as such for that matter). At the same time though, it is probably one of the most underrated Spaghetty Westerns - and unjustly so: E Dio disse a Caino is a fine mix of vendetta-Western and gothic horror motives (a mix that was not uncommon in 1930's and 40's B-Westerns but has vanished from the Western genre ever since), and director Margheriti - an underrated director in his own right who is generally only judged by his worst films - really outdoes himself in creating a creepy atmosphere, while at the same time keeping things going at a steady pace. And Klaus Kinski, usually only seen in heavy roles in Spaghetti Westerns, turns in a nice performance as the hero, who is a bit creepy in his own right.

Simply put, this film is a must for every Western or gothic horror fan, period.

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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