William Berger

(Wilhelm Thomas Berger)

Sartana in the Valley of Death

Born Jun. 20 1928, Innsbruck, Austria - Died Oct. 2 1993, Los Angeles, USA

Father of Debra, Katya and Kasimir Berger


Spaghetti Western filmography:

Django Strikes Again (1987)

California (1977)

Keoma (1976)

Kung Fu Brothers in the Wild West (1973)

On the Third Day Arrived the Crow (1973)

Colt in the Hand of the Devil (1972)

Il Giustiziere di Dio (1972)

Fasthand Is Still My Name (1972)

They Call Him Cemetery (1971)

Sartana in the Valley of Death (1970)

Sabata (1970)

No Room To Die (1969)

...If You Meet Sartana Pray For Your Death (1968)

A Name That Cried Revenge (1968)

Today It's Me... Tomorrow You! (1967)

Ringo's Big Night (1967)

Face To Face (1967)

El Cisco (1966)


Donal O'Brien about William Berger:

"This was a guy who had everything. He was handsome, knew how to act. He could have gone all the way to the top. But he got mixed up with drugs. I got a couple of parts because he was busy or he was arrested. When I made that Crea film, Berger had just been arrested because somebody had left drugs in his place, on the Costa Amalfi. His wife died in prison. I didn't get along with him because he was too hippy or what they call it, and I'm square! I don't drink, I don't smoke, and that's the way it is... But I knew so many psychedelic sophisticates in the early 1950s in Paris, that I just have my problems with them."


They Call Him Cemetery:

Face To Face:

Sartana in the Valley of Death:



...If You Meet Sartana Pray For Your Death:

No Room To Die:


Fasthand Is Still My Name: