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Gold Train (1965)

30 Winchester per El Diablo (original title)
Bandit leader El Diablo who controls the country with his gang plans to achieve gold destined for Mexico but he is not the only one.

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Jeff Benson (as Karl Möhner)
Alessandra Panaro ...
Pamela Webb (as Topsy Collins)
Ivano Staccioli ...
Black (as John Heston)
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Jerry (as Anthony Garof)
José Torres ...
El Diablo
Mila Stanic ...
Rosario
Renato Chiantoni ...
Mr. Randall (as Gay Gallwey)
Guglielmo Spoletini ...
Blacky (as William Spoletin)
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Sheriff Webb (as William Burke)
Richard Beery
Mario Dardanelli ...
(as Max Darnell)
Dante Maggio ...
Billy - telegrapher (as Jan Mean)
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Bandit leader El Diablo who controls the country with his gang plans to achieve gold destined for Mexico but he is not the only one.

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23 December 1965 (Italy)  »

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Ordinary Spaghetti Western with lots of shots , thrills , action , including a spectacular final attack on a train
10 September 2016 | by (Santander Spain) – See all my reviews

This thrilling film packs noisy action , shoot'em up , round-up , high body-count and it's fast moving , being quite entertaining and made in American style as well as Spaghetti , approaching increasingly Leone Italian manners , but keeping some details that make it special in this particular genre . It deals with a solitary drifter called Jeff Benson (Carl Möhner) helps some unfortunate people who have been gunned down by El Diablo's murderous bandit band . Then Jeff saves Jerry and joins to him . Both of them arrive in Canyon City , a dangerous city run by Black (Ivano Staccioli) , the sheriff'son and whose sister (gorgeous Alessandra Panaro) falls in love for Jeff . But Bandit leader El Diablo (Jose Torres) who controls the country with his gang plans to achieve gold destined for Mexico , though he is not the only one .

This obscure Spaghetti results to be an exciting Maccaroni western that contains a story full of violence , so-so dramatic pace and slick direction . It follows the Sergio Leone wake , including close-ups , shootouts , choreographic duels and that's why being proceeded in Italian style . It's a thrilling western with spectacular scenes and breathtaking confrontation among protagonist Carl Mohner and heartless enemies as Jack Taylor and Ivano Staccioli . It's a middle-budget film with usual actors , technicians, production values and pleasing results . Charismatic interpretation from Paella/Spaghetti's customary actors . The Austrian actor Carl Mohner is average in his usual tough role , here as Jeff Benson , an undercover federal agent posing as a drifter and desperately wanting justice , but a ruthless Mexican and a traitor are on his trail . Carl Mohner was as Austrian character actor who appeared in British and continental productions from 1949 . He was also a noted abstract painter, whose works have been exhibited internationally . Mohner starred films in all kinds of genres , especially thriller , action and wartime such as : ¨A woman at her window¨, ¨Wanted babysitter¨ , ¨Cave of the living dead¨ , ¨It takes a thief¨, ¨Sink the Bismark¨, and ¨The last bridge¨ . His greatest hit was ¨Rififi¨ . There are also some familiar faces in the support cast , most of them under-covered by American pseudonyms , such as Ivano Staccioli , Antonio Garisa , Mila Stanic and José Torres who steals the show as nasty Mexican bandit called El Diablo . This role as a cruel Mexican outlaw to be continued a few years later , in the classic Spaghetti ¨The specialist¨ by Sergio Corbucci with Mario Adorf as Diablo .

Colorful and evocative cinematography by Marcello Masciocchi , though being necessary a perfect remastering . And inappropriate and inadequate musical score . The motion picture was regularly directed by Gianfranco Baldanello . He was assistant director and subsequently directed some films . Gianfranco made several Spaghettis , such as ¨Uccidete Johnny Ringo¨ , ¨This man cant die¨ , ¨Son of Zorro¨ , ¨The Cry of the Wolf¨, ¨Black Jack¨ and ¨Blood River¨ . And ¨30 Winchesters for El Diablo" - International title- or "Gold Train" rating : 4.30/10


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