Piero Lulli

Born: 1 February 1923, Florence, Italy
Died: 23 June 1991, Rome, Italy
Sometimes credited as: Peter Carter

Piero Lulli must win the award for suffering the most outrageous death in a Spaghetti Western. In 'Django Kill' he is shot full of gold bullets and, still alive, he is carried into the saloon where a gold hungry mod descends on him with knives.

His later career revolved around the genre. He also appeared in the dubiously titled 'Nazi Love Camp 27' - a name that invokes more outrage than the film allegedly deserves.

Spaghetti credentials:
Shadow of Zorro (1963)
Buffalo Bill, Hero of the Far West (1964)
Sign of the Coyote (1964)
Hands of a Gunman (1965)
Adios Hombre (1966)
My Name is Pecos (1966)
Rojo (1966)
Savage Gringo (1966)
Taste for Killing (1966)
Big Ripoff (1967)
Cjamango (1967)
Day of Anger (1967)
Django Kill ... If You Live Shoot! (1967)
For One Hundred Thousand Dollars Per Killing (1967)
Fury of Johnny Kid (1967)
Kitosch, the Man Who Came from the North (1967)
Ringo, the Lone Rider (1967)
Find a Place to Die (1968)
Cry for Revenge (1968)
God Made Them ... I Kill Them (1968)
Pistol for a Hundred Coffins (1968)
And God Said to Cain (1969)
Boldest Job in the West (1969)
Five Man Army (1969)
Shotgun (1969)
Forgotten Pistolero (1970)
His Name Was Holy Ghost (1970)
Light the Fuse ... Sartana is Coming (1971)
I Am Sartana, Trade Your Guns for a Coffin (1972)
Miss Dynamite (1972)
Fighting Fists of Shanghai Joe (1973)
My Name Is Nobody (1973)
Carambola's Philosophy (1974)
Trinity Plus the Clown and a Guitar (1975)