$10.000 Blood Money

Ten Thousand Dollars for a Massacre
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Italian film poster
Directed byRomolo Guerrieri
Screenplay byFranco Fogagnolo
Ernesto Gastaldi
Luciano Martino
Sauro Scavolini
Story byFranco Fogagnolo
Ernesto Gastaldi
Luciano Martino
Produced byMino Loy
Luciano Martino
StarringGary Hudson
Loredana Nusciak
Claudio Camaso
Fernando Sancho
CinematographyFederico Zanni
Edited bySergio Montanari
Music byNora Orlandi
Zenith Cinematografica
Flora Film
Distributed byVariety Distribution
Release date
3 March 1967

10.000 dollari per un massacro (internationally released as $10.000 Blood Money and Guns of Violence) is a 1967 Italian Spaghetti Western film directed by Romolo Guerrieri.

The film was one of the unofficial sequels of Django, and had the working title 7 dollari su Django ("7 Dollars on Django").[1]

It was shown as part of a retrospective on Spaghetti Western at the 64th Venice International Film Festival.[2]


Local crime boss Manuel kidnaps Dolores, the daughter of rich rancher Mendoza. Her father hires Django to free her. The movie ended with Django riding away into the sunset with Dolores mourning over her dead kidnapper and lover Manuel.


  • Gary Hudson as Django
  • Loredana Nusciak as Mijanou
  • Claudio Camaso as Manuel Vasquez
  • Fidel Gonzáles as Fidelio the Photographer
  • Fernando Sancho as Stardust Vásquez
  • Adriana Ambesi as Dolores Mendoza
  • Pinuccio Ardia as Seven Dollars
  • Franco Lantieri as Vasquez Henchman Juan
  • Max Pailey as Cisco
  • Mary Fleece as Rosita LaPola
  • Dada Galore as Scarface's Woman
  • Frank Little as Mendoza
  • Aldo Cecconi as Scarface
  • Renato Montalbano as Cardsharper at Poker
  • Peggy Nathan as Ms. Gardner the Shopkeeper
  • Nando Poggi as Vasquez Henchman Miguel
  • Mirko Valentin as Vasquez Henchman
  • Elio Angelucci as Bar Patron
  • Ettore Arena as Mexican
  • Alberigo Donadeo as Mendoza's Foreman
  • Jimmy il Fenomeno as Bartender
  • Paolo Figlia as Bounty Hunter
  • Rocco Lerro as Deputy Joe
  • Herman Reynoso as Mendoza
  • Umberto Salomone as Saloon Greeter


  1. ^ Marco Giusti (2007). Dizionario del western all'italiana. Mondadori, 2007. pp. 135–136. ISBN 978-88-04-57277-0.
  2. ^ Chris D. (24 August 2007). "Venice readies plate of spaghetti". Variety. Retrieved 12 August 2012.

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