Lorenzo Robledo

Born: 1921
Sometimes credited as: Norman Preston

One of the things I love about being into a movie genre as individualistic as the Spaghetti Westerns is spotting the supporting actors that appear time and again in the minor roles. A great example is Lorenzo Robledo.

He is one of the Baxter men that is shot by the Man With No Name for laughing at his mule in 'A Fistful of Dollars'; He is the guy in 'For a Few Dollars More' that has betrayed El Indio and is provoked into a duel by the murder of his family; He is Clem, one of Angel Eyes' gang in 'The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly', that is shot by the Man With No Name (some people never learn); And he is the sheriff that is sadistically tortured by Chaco in 'Four of the Apocalypse'.

Spaghetti credentials:
Billy the Kid (1962)
Shoot to Kill (1963)
Fistful of Dollars (1964)
Seven Guns from Texas (1964)
Black Eagle of Santa Fe (1964)
Seven Hours of Gunfire (1964)
Five Thousand Dollars on One Ace (1965)
For a Few Dollars More (1965)
Last of the Mohicans (1965)
Taste for Killing (1966)
Big Gundown (1966)
Good, the Ugly, the Bad, The (1966)
Navajo Joe (1966)
Fort Yuma Gold (1966)
Face to Face (1967)
Mercenary (1968)
Three Silver Dollars (1968)
Bury Them Deep (1968)
Cowards Don't Pray (1968)
Awkward Hands (1968)
Cemetery Without Crosses (1969)
Price of Power (1969)
Dead Are Countless (aka Garringo) (1969)
Companeros (1970)
Sartana Kills Them All (1970)
Kill Django ... Kill First (1971)
Raise Your Hands, Dead Man ... You're Under Arrest (1971)
Fast Hand Is Still My Name (1972)
Prey of Vultures (1973)
What Am I Doing in the Middle of the Revolution? (1973)
White, the Yellow, and the Black (1974)
Four of the Apocalypse (1975)