Five For Hell

From The Grindhouse Cinema Database

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Also Known As

  • 5 per l'inferno (Italy)
  • 5 män för helvetet (Sweden)
  • Cinco para el infierno (Spain)
  • Cinq pour l'enfer (France)
  • Five Into Hell
  • Five for Hell
  • Natsipedot (Finland)
  • Pente gia tin kolasi (Greece)
  • Todeskommando Panthersprung (Germany)
  • Viisi miestä helvettiin (Finland)

Main Details

  • Released in 1969
  • Color
  • Running Time: 95 Min.
  • Production Co: Filmstar | Società Ambrosiana Cinematografica (SAC)
  • Distribution Co: Paris Étoile Films (France) (theatrical)

Cast and Crew

  • Directed by Gianfranco Parolini aka Frank Kramer
  • Written by Sergio Garrone, Renato Izzo, Gianfranco Parolini
  • Starring Gianni Garko, Klaus Kinski, Aldo Canti, Margaret Lee, Luciano Rossi
  • Produced by Aldo Addobbati, Pietro Belpedio, Paolo Moffa
  • Original Music by Elsio Mancuso (as Vasco Mancuso)
  • Cinematography by Sandro Mancori
  • Film Editing by Giuseppe Bellecca, Angelo Curi, Gianfranco Parolini (uncredited)


The Macaroni Combat genre offers campy movies just as well as the Spaghetti Western genre. Five For Hell is one such camper. It does have nice moments and a certain charm but the actors are relatively horrible, the music is too upbeat and the movie comes across as too clumsy - although you can see the good intentions. Margaret Lee in a see-through dress and a General with a funny name cannot save this movie, which is not one of the better representatives of said genre, but fares among the average...