(1968) Lang Jeffries, Fernando Sancho, Femi Benussi, Carlos Gaddi. A unique Euro-western with the hero as an astrologist who wears a leopard suit. Sure, theres a revenge theme, but overall ... See full summary »
José Luis Merino
When a gambler wins a Mexican cattle ranch at a game of poker, he plans to drive the herd across the Rio Grande to Texas, sell the cattle and leave the ranch behind. He hires on local hands... See full summary »
Dubious Bounty Killer Hank Fellows tracks bank stage coaches to observe them being robbed. Only afterwards does he move in on the bandits to collect his reward. The manager of the Omaha ... See full summary »
Gaillardo sees injustice done to the former Californians by the victorious North American governor and his rotten clique. Keeping cool in public and society, he wears his black clothes and ... See full summary »
María Luz Galicia,
Corrupt officials enlist the services of a bandit, Moody, to kill a farmer in order to seize his property. The town drunk, Brandy, is enlisted as the new sheriff after Moody kills the former. He is expected to be too incompetent to see justice be done but with the help of the townsfolk defeats Moody, his gang and the corrupt officials. Reasonable spaghetti western which starts slowly but improves in the second half by borrowing or ripping off, depending on one's view, Rio Bravo (1959) and High Noon (1952). The villain is clad entirely in black; he even wears black gloves. The film is unintentionally hilarious in a scene where the sheriff, Brandy and a few others break into song, so hopelessly dubbed it's ridiculous. Why would they suddenly sing in English? Not violent a la later spaghetti westerns.
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