Profetul, aurul şi ardelenii The Prophet, the Gold and the Transylvanians
The Prophet, the Gold and the Transylvanians is a 1978 Romanian film directed by Romanian director Dan Pița. It is the first in a Red Western trilogy that also comprises The Artiste, the Dollars and the Transylvanians and The Oil, the Baby and the Transylvanians. The film's dialogue is in English and Romanian.
The mining town of Cedar City, Utah, is ruled by Mr. Walthrope, a polygamous Mormon prophet (Victor Rebengiuc), his son the marshall (Gheorghe Visu) and their band of ruffians.
|director||Dan Pița Mircea Veroiu|
|keywords||ahmed gabbany capture confederate confederate army falsely accused farm hand ferenc bács hang mining town mormon poker polygamous rescue romanian flag salt lake city shoot siege of plevna transylvania vasile nitulescu wanted poster|
|productionCompany||Casa de Filme 3|