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Ranch of the Ruthless (1965)

Oklahoma John (original title)
Oklahoma Dan is sent into a small town ruled by the ruthless ranch hands of Rod Edwards. Danger abounds, as the last sheriff was murdered by Edward's son Jim and foreman Hondo. Oklahoma ... See full summary »

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Richard S. Hornbeck ...
Oklahoma Dan / John (as Rick Horn)
José Calvo ...
Rod Edwards (as Joseph Calvo)
Sabine Bethmann ...
Georgina White
Giuseppe Addobbati ...
Ken Hogg (as John McDouglas)
Tom Felleghy ...
Watson (as Tom Felleghi)
Karl-Otto Alberty ...
Hondo (as Charles Alberty)
George Herzig ...
Jim Edwards (as George Herzig)
Carmen Gallen ...
Dueña del Saloon
Jesús Puche ...
Cruck
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Remo De Angelis ...
Michael
Eduardo Lizarza ...
Criado (as Edward Lewis)
Leontine May ...
Señora Hogg
Fernando Rubio ...
Mejicano (as Ted Ruby)
Giovanni Ivan Scratuglia ...
Randy
Juan Torres ...
Amigo de Michael
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Oklahoma Dan is sent into a small town ruled by the ruthless ranch hands of Rod Edwards. Danger abounds, as the last sheriff was murdered by Edward's son Jim and foreman Hondo. Oklahoma calmly handles each threat as he fights to bring the evidence to light. Oklahoma vows to find the murderer of Miss White's father. Written by Anonymous

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11 March 1965 (Italy)  »

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Nice and comfortable spaghetti-western
12 March 2001 | by See all my reviews

This benevolent movie early spaghetti western is basically designed as a comedy (for me, it succeeded) and includes a harmless love-story.

The violence, in comparison to other films of the genre, is very restricted and toned down: What is more, with the exception of the final shootouts, all of it happens off-screen. Besides, there's no hint of the nihilism often to be found in the genre later on.

The leading actor's character reminded me a bit of Adriano Celentano's type of character: always a little bored and very very cool, if a bit ridiculous.

All in all an entertaining nice little nothing, but amusing in a friendly way.


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