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God Forgives... I Don't!

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God Forgives... I Don't
Dio perdona... ¡o no!
God Forgives.., I Don't.jpg
God Forgives... I Don't (1967)
Country ITA.jpg Italy
ESP 45-77.jpg Spain
Directed by Giuseppe Colizzi
Release Date 1967
Language Italian
Studio Crono Cinematografica
P.E.F.S.A. Films
Distributor Indipendenti Regionali
Main Cast
Character Actor
Cat "Pretty Face" Stevens Terence Hill
Hutch "Jackass" Bessy Bud Spencer
Bill "Dead Man" San Antonio Frank Wolff
Lou Frank Braña
"Flatface" José Terrón

The following weapons were used in the film God Forgives... I Don't!:


Remington 1866 Derringer

A Remington 1866 Derringer is occasionally used by Cat "Pretty Face" Stevens (Terence Hill) and Bill San Antonio (Frank Wolff).

Remington 1866 Derringer w/ polished steel and pearl grips - .41 Rimfire
In one of Cat Stevens' memories, the latter is seen using a Remington 1866 Derringer against a cautious outlaw who silently approaches him.
While Hutch Bessy digs up hidden money stolen by the San Antonio gang, the latter surreptitiously arms himself with a Remington 1866 Derringer.
Pretty Face knows perfectly well how treacherous Bill San Antonio can be, so he was already prepared for any scenario.
A perfect side shot of the Remington 1866 Derringer.


Colt 1851 Navy (Cartridge Conversion)

Several characters in the film use the Colt 1851 Navy as their sidearms. The most notable characters are Cat Stevens (Terence Hill), Hutch Bessy (Bud Spencer), and Bill San Antonio (Frank Wolff).

Colt 1851 Navy w/ cartridge conversion - .38 Special
After Pretty Face turned down a $1,000 bet that was clearly a scam, Lou points the finger at him to change his mind.
Pretty Face stands his ground regarding Lou and his friends' bet, only to soon realize that they were trying to scam him.
A close-up view of the Colt 1851 Navy.
Bud (José Manuel Martin) inspects his Colt 1851 Navy before threatening several bar patrons. Note that the Colt 1851 Navy cylinder lacks the percussion firing mechanism nipples of the original, indicating this is a cartridge conversion.
Hutch Bessy lies on a bed armed with a Colt 1851 Navy in his hands, as he can't decide whether to go help Cat Stevens or stay there for the night.
Finally, Hutch Bessy decided to go help his friend, who at that time was being tortured by San Antonio's men.
A close-up view of the Colt 1851 Navy being fired by Hutch Bessy.
When Cat Stevens gives Bud the chance to get his hands on the gang's stolen money, the latter takes him to the place where Cat and Hutch hid the loot. Bud is armed with a Colt 1851 Navy.
An FPS view of Pretty Face's Colt 1851 Navy when San Antonio meets him in the Mexican town cantina.
Pretty Face holsters his Colt 1851 Navy in his pants when he finishes the duel against Bill, who is seriously injured.

Colt Single Action Army

Unlike the vast majority of Spaghetti Westerns, the Colt Single Action Army is a very rare sight in the film, mainly see in the "Cavalry" variant.

Colt 1873 Single Action Army w/ 7.5" barrel - .45 Long Colt
When the members of the San Antonio group finally manage to break down the entrance to the room where Hutch is locked up, three of them are armed with a Colt Single Action Army "Cavalry".
Colt 1873 Single Action Army w/ 3.5 barrel and removed ejector rod - .38 Long Colt
When the San Antonio gang discovers that all of the group's money was stolen, a search begins for those involved. One of the gang members carries a Colt SAA with a 3.5" barrel and ejector rod removed.


Winchester Model 1866 "Yellow Boy"

During the transfer of Bill San Antonio's fake body to the cemetery, one of the hearse guards carries a Winchester Model 1866 "Yellow Boy" to protect the hearse. It appears to be heavily worn as the gun's brass receiver is noticeably discolored.

Winchester Model 1866 "Yellow Boy" - .44 Rimfire (RF)
Behind the ladies following the hearse, one of the guards holds the Winchester Model 1866 "Yellow Boy" as he guards the carriage.
A better view of the Winchester Model 1866 in the hands of the guard. Note the rifle's battered receiver.

Winchester Model 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine

The Winchester Model 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine is used by several characters, mainly members of the San Antonio gang.

Winchester Model 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine - .44-40 WCF
During a conversation between Bill San Antonio, Hutch Bessy, and Cat Stevens, a Winchester Model 1892 can be seen hanging on the wall in the background.
Several members of Bill San Antonio's group arm themselves with Winchester Model 1892 Saddle Ring Carbines before going in search of the group's gold.
Flatface (José Terrón) realizes that Bud is conspiring with Cat Stevens, but he can't do anything about it.
During the duel between Pretty Face and Bill San Antonio, Hutch Bessy appears on the scene with a Winchester Model 1892 without target sights.
Hutch Bessy knows perfectly well that Bill is a guy you can't trust, as he can make a dirty play on anyone at any moment, so he mainly keeps his eyes on him.
A perfect side shot of the Winchester Model 1892.

Winchester Model 1894

Several characters in the film carry a Winchester Model 1894 as their main weapon, it can be seen from the beginning carried by a funeral guard until the end being carried by Hutch Bessy. The model can vary between a Winchester Model 1894 with and without target sights.

Winchester Model 1894 w/ target sights - .30-30 WCF
During the transport of Bill San Antonio's fake body, one of the carriage guards carries a Winchester Model 1894.
After his fight with Pretty Face, Hutch cools his head in the lake. But he suddenly realizes that men from San Antonio have arrived at the scene, one of them pointing a Winchester Model 1894 at him.
Tam-Tam (Tito Garcia), while guarding the room where Hutch Bessy is being held captive, receives the order from some of San Antonio's henchmen to immediately opens the door, to which Tam-Tam arms himself with his Winchester Model 1894. The latter did not know that San Antonio himself gave the order to Tam-Tam that no one enters the room in his absence.
Tam-Tam activates the lever mechanism of the Winchester Model 1894 to defend himself in case his companions enter, apparently thinking that it is not them. ​
A close-up shot of the Winchester Model 1894.

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