Giubbe rosse

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Not to be confused with Caffè Giubbe Rosse.
Giubbe rosse (Red Coat)
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Directed by Joe D'Amato
Produced by Alfonso Donati
Written by Joe D'Amato (as Aristide Massaccesi)
Claudio Bernabei
George Eastman (uncredited)
Starring Fabio Testi
Guido Mannari
Lynne Frederick
Music by Carlo Rustichelli
Cinematography Joe D'Amato (as Aristide Massaccesi)
Edited by Bruno Micheli
Release dates
Running time
88 min.
Country Italy
Language Italian, English

Giubbe rosse / Red Coat (internationally released as Cormack of the Mounties, Killers of the Savage North and Royal Mounted Police) is a 1975 Italian adventure film directed by Joe D'Amato. It is part of a brief series of films that tried to market the commercial success of Lucio Fulci's White Fang presenting very similar plots and settings.[1][2] D'Amato co-wrote the film with Luigi Montefiori (aka George Eastman), who went on to work with D'Amato on many other projects.

It was the first film that Aristide Massaccesi signed with his stage name Joe D'Amato.[1]



  1. 1.0 1.1 Marco Giusti. Dizionario del western all'italiana. Mondadori, 2007. pp. 602–603. ISBN 88-04-57277-9. 
  2. Nils Markvardsen, "The Danish Cowboy in Rome (Part III)", Westerns… all'Italiana!, Issue 73, 2008, p.5

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