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Gian Maria Volonté,
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Dragomir 'Gidra' Bojanic,
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This rather American-looking spaghetti western has an unusually large German contingent in the cast; Pinkas Braun as the crippled brother, Gerhard Riedmann as the devoted neighbor, and of course the lovely Marianne Koch (A FISTFUL OF DOLLARS) as Julie, Clint's distant wife. Also, it looks as if it was filmed in Bavaria, standing in for Wyoming. In keeping with its SHANE roots, George Martin (very good here) is Clint, a notorious gunslinger, trouble following him everywhere. All he wants is to settle down with his wife and son (who doesn't remember him), but he rides into a range war. The Shannons, led by pa Walter Barnes and their foreman, the great Fernando Sancho, want the valley for their grazing herds. The farmers and small ranchers don't want to leave. Sound familiar? Into this scenario rides Clint, promising his wife he will leave the violent life behind. Complications ensue. This one's pretty good. Wild East has put together two prints, and some of the lines of dialogue here are in German, subtitled in English. The print is nicely widescreen, if not the exact o.a.r., and a nice picture gallery of posters of the film round out the package. This one is especially recommended to the fan of pasta oaters, but all western fans should get a kick out of this winner.
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