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Left Handed Johnny West (1967)

Johnny West il mancino (original title)
PG | | Western | 6 June 1968 (Spain)
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Credited cast:
Mimmo Palmara ...
Jonny West (as Dick Palmer)
Adriano Micantoni ...
Jefferson (as Mike Anthony)
Roger Delaporte ...
Don Trent
André Bollet ...
Brad McCoy
Mara Cruz ...
Juanita
Dada Gallotti ...
Ginger (as Diana Garsón)
Barta Barri ...
Sheriff
Roberto Camardiel ...
Dusty
Roberto Robles ...
Jimmy (as Bob Felton)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bruno Arié ...
Sbirro (as Audry Fisher)
Fernando Bilbao ...
(as Edy Dentine)
Spartaco Conversi ...
Jeff (as Spanny Convery)
Alfonso de la Vega ...
Mist
Ignazio Dolce ...
(as Polly Grouch)
Giuseppe Mattei ...
Red (as Joseph Mathews)
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Rated PG for western violence | See all certifications »
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Left Hand Hohnny Parolini
24 August 2008 | by (Milano) – See all my reviews

Johnny West is a half-blood adventurer returning to his native town. There he's firstly put to jail; then he end giving a hand to the sheriff in arresting a terrible band of outlaws. Before making the farcical and rowdy triptych about Indio Black and Sabata, Gianfranco Parolini directed this western with a professional cast – in which André Bollet (then in "I Fantastici Tre Supermen", 1967 always by Parolini), the Hungarian Barta Barri ("El karate, el Colt y el impostor" / "Là Dove Non Batte il Sole", 1974 by Antonio Margheriti) and Bob Felton excel in evident comical roles – that suffers of an evident immobility – and in that sense the woody Mimmo Palmara ("…e lo Chiamarono Spirito Santo", 1971 by Roberto Mauri) is perfect – and a clearer budgetary poverty – Robert De Nesle and his Comptoir not for nothing produced some films of the Spanish Jess Franco – livening up a little just in the humorous (and not that memorable for sure) scenes.


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