Seven Vengeful Women

Seven Vengeful Women (Spanish:Las siete magníficas, Italian:7 donne per una strage) is a 1966 western film directed by Gianfranco Parolini, Sidney W. Pink and Rudolf Zehetgruber.[1] It stars Anne Baxter, Maria Perschy and Gustavo Rojo. It was a co-production between Spain, Italy, Austria and Liechtenstein and was part of a string of Eurowesterns made during the decade.

Seven Vengeful Women
Directed byGianfranco Parolini
Sidney W. Pink
Rudolf Zehetgruber
Produced byZeljko Kunkera
Marcello Luchetti
José López Moreno
Robert Russ
Written byMike Ashley
Theo Maria Werner
StarringAnne Baxter
Maria Perschy
Gustavo Rojo
Music byGerhard Froboess
Gregorio García Segura
Carlo Savina
CinematographyMarcello Gatti
Alvaro Lanzoni
Edited byAntonio Ramírez de Loaysa
Danny Films
L.M. Films
Danubia Films
Release date
26 September 1966
Running time
101 minutes

It is also known by the alternative title Tall Women. In 1967 it was released in the United States by Allied Artists, after being dubbed into English.


Following an Apache attack on a wagon train, seven female survivors who had sheltered in a cave try to make their way to safety. They are joined by a cavalry scout who is the lone survivor of an ambush of an army patrol in the area.



  1. Weisser p.207


  • Thomas Weisser. Spaghetti Westerns: the Good, the Bad and the Violent. McFarland, 2005.

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