Antonio Casas

Born: 11 November 1911, A Coruña, Galicia, Spain
Died: 14 February 1982, Madrid, Spain

Antonio Casas played football for 3 years for Atletico Madrid before an injury put an end to his sporting career. Instead he turned to acting.

He worked with Leone during the heyday of the Sword and Sandal epics with roles in both 'The Last Days of Pompeii' and 'The Colossus of Rhodes'. Later he would speak the first line in 'The Good, the Bad and the Ugly' as Stevens, the farmer that is visited by Angeleyes "to get the name".

Spaghetti credentials:
Minnesota Clay (1964)
Ride and Kill (1964)
Pistol For Ringo (1965)
Four Dollars for Vengeance (1965)
Return of Ringo (1966)
Big Gundown (1966)
Texican (1966)
Good, the Bad, and the Ugly (1966)
Son of a Gunfighter (1966)
Face to Face (1967)
Fifteen Scaffolds for the Killer (1968)
Awkward Hands (1968)
Alive or Preferably Dead (1969)
Price of Power (1969)
Ben and Charlie (1970)
Pancho Villa (1972)
Three Supermen of the West (1974)