Condemned to Hang

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Condemned to Hang
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Directed by Ladislao Vajda
Written by José Santugini
Produced byFalco Chamartín
Starring Rossano Brazzi
Fosco Giachetti
Emma Penella
Cinematography Otello Martelli
Eloy Mella
Edited by Otello Colangeli
Julio Peña
Music by José Muñoz Molleda
Falco Film
Distributed byChamartín
Release date
  • 8 October 1953 (1953-10-08)
Running time
93 minutes

Condemned to Hang or Flesh for the Gallows (Spanish: Carne de horca, Italian: Il terrore dell'Andalusia) is a 1953 Italian-Spanish historical adventure film directed by Ladislao Vajda and starring Rossano Brazzi, Fosco Giachetti and Emma Penella. [1] The film portrays the bandits of nineteenth century Andalucía. The film's art direction was by Alberto Boccianti.



The life of the rebel and vicious Juan Pablo de Osuna changes when his father, a rich cattleman, is murdered by Lucero, a cruel bandit of The Sierra Morena.

Looking for revenge Juan Pablo is wrongfully accused and everybody believes that he is a murderer, even Lucero's gang. He becomes member of the gang and Lucero confides him. Juan Pablo discovers that a rich man from the city of Ronda gives information about the stagecoach to the bandits, in exchange of a part of the bounty. Chasing the messenger Juan Pablo finds the traitor: he is the father of his former girlfriend.


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