Hills Run Red, The

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The Hills Run Red
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Cinema Poster
Country ITA.jpg Italy
ESP.jpg Spain
Directed by Carlo Lizzani
Release Date 1966
Language Italian
Studio C.B. Films S.A.
Dino de Laurentiis Cinematografica
Distributor United Artists
Main Cast
Character Actor
Jerry Brewster / Jim Houston Thomas Hunter
Garcia Mendez Henry Silva
Col. Winny Getz Dan Duryea
Mary Ann Nicoletta Machiavelli
Ken Seagull / Ken Milton Nando Gazzolo
Hattie Gardner Gianna Serra



The Hills Run Red (Italian title: Un fiume di dollari) is a 1967 Italian-Spanish western film directed by Carlo Lizzani. Starring Thomas Hunter, Henry Silva and Nicoletta Machiavelli.



The following weapons were used in the film The Hills Run Red:

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Single Action Army

Various characters are armed with SAA "Artillery" model revolvers.

Colt Single Action Army w/ 5.5" barrel known as the "Artillery" model. The most common of the SAA revolvers as it is just the right length. - .45 Long Colt
One of Mendez's killers holds an Artillery model SAA while searching for Jim Houston
Col. Winny Getz (Dan Duryea) checks his revolver.
Garcia Mendez (Henry Silva) (left) and his gunmen.
Mendez holds aims SAA in hand during a firefight.
One of Mendez's men with an SAA in his hand.
Jim Houston (Thomas Hunter) brandishes his Artillery model SAA.
Hattie Gardner (Gianna Serra) pulls an SAA. This could more likely be a mocked-up Colt New Service due to it's size.
Ken Milton (Nando Gazzolo) with his revolver in his hand.

Winchester Model 1894

Some characters are seen with Winchester Model 1894 rifles.

Winchester 1894 - .30-30.
Winchester Model 1894 used one of the cowboys, when fired at the Mendez's men.

Marlin Model 1895

In a continuity error, Jim Houstons (Thomas Hunter) and Col. Winny Getz's (Dan Duryea) Winchester Model 1894s are swapped with Marlin Model 1895 carbines.

Marlin Model 1895 - .45-70
Jim Houston (Thomas Hunter) and Col. Winny Getz (Dan Duryea) both hold ...
... in their hands Marlin Model 1895 carbines. Note the side ejection port and lever hinge on Jim's rifle is more akin to a Marlin lever action rifle than a Winchester '94

Unknown Spanish Winchester copy

One of Mendez's men disembark's his horse with the rifle in hand. Note the loading gate is WAY closer to the handguard than on the Winchester '94s

Lorenz M1854 Special Short Rifle

In Milton's house hung on the wall a Lorenz M1854 Special Short percussion rifle.

Lorenz M1854 Short Infantry Rifle - 13.9mm
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